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Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain on the island part of Malaysia. Mount Kinabalu, 4095 meters above sea level, is the highest point in the country, the highest island mountain in the world, and home to the national park of the same name. Climbing to the top is recommended during the dry season from March to August, and if the weather is clear, you can see the Philippines from the top. The road to the top leads through the rainforest, then through landscapes reminiscent of the surface of the moon, and the thrill of reaching the peak is an experience that attracts thousands of climbers every year.

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