This is my second day at Kundasang. I blog about the first day here.
This is a rather old post. Almost two months old. That’s okay, I even have last year’s post haven’t publish yet. I am taking my sweeeet time to write these posts. Hehehe.
Raymond organised a trip to Kundasang. Originally there was 8 people, all fong fei kei* and left 4 of us.
What’s the purpose of this Kundasang trip? EAT DRINK SLEEP TAKE PHOTO—and most importantly, enjoy the cold weather
We were the survivors, who managed not to fong fei kei Raymond. Hahaha!
From left to right: Raymond, Sha, Suk Ching and Bing.
This photo is taken from our resort. A perfect view of Mount Kinabalu.
Did you know, Mount Kinabalu is situated in Kinabalu National Park, a World Heritage site?
Sabah not only got World Heritage site, Sabah also got world class blogger.
This blogger conquered Mount Kinabalu many many years ago, before he packed on extra 20 kilo.
Why am I holding a tooth brush?
We woke up at 5:45am, before sunrise. We wanted to witness the most magnificent sunrise of Malaysia.
Unfortunately—clouds are blocking the sight /pffft
Weather damn lousy these days, Sabah usually won’t rain until October (rainy season). I guess 2012 is coming soon.
Heh, I love this photo cause I look so innocent, like when I was 5 years old. I had so many girlfriends when I was 5—according to my dad lah.
CAUSE I AM FREAKING CUTE!!! /bluerrghhh
BTW, Suk Ching is from Taiwan.
We sacrifice our morning sleep just to take photos of the sunrise.
My camera paling kecil T_T
How can the largest size person holding the smallest camera? Cannot cannot, I must to buy dSLR… with a HUGE and LONG lens. That sounds more like me >=)
Ahhhh, lovely morning. I felt like I am in Australia again.
I miss the cold weather and sunshine of Australia, where I spent a quarter of my life (I just figured that out while I was writing this entry).
Talk about Australia—Kundasang is also famous for the War Memorial.
According to Sabah Tourism Board,
Established in 1962, this was one of the first memorials to commemorate the brave Australian and British Prisoners of War who died in Sandakan and during the infamous death marches to Ranau during World War II.
War Memorial is a must visit. Entrance fee is only RM2.
Prepare your camera kaw kaw cause you’re going to take photo until your camera explode.
Suk Ching is my personal model. She is my favourite because she smiles whenever ANY camera points at her, like got radar installed in her face. Very geng one.
PS: To photographers – sorry, she is not for hire.
You are not allowed to step on grass. If not, the grass will die.
A personal swimming pool for the Memorial keeper. There’s a tomb in the other end. Do not swim here at night.
One random photo to end our Kundasang post.
Just in case you missed the first post, you can read it here.