World Heritage Site, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Malaysia and the 20th most prominent in the world. The mountain is a sacred place for the locals.

Summit at 4.095m, can be reached after two-day hike of approximately 9km. ascending.

Alpinists who climb its rocky inclined walls need to count with the softer weather possible to get good visibility during the ascend.

During the day, loaders carry supplies to the base camp of Mount Kinabalu, at at 3272 metres above sea level – few dozens of men and women work on the tasks of taking goods up on the mountain daily.

The last picture shows an rare phenomenon, the shadow of Low’s Peak, the summit of Mount Kinabalu, projected over the valley at sunrise time, 6:12am – August 30th 2019.