South Peak is the most recognizable ‘postcard’ vista of Mt. Kinabalu Last April’s climb up one of Southeast Asia’s highest peaks was a life-changing experience, after eleven hours worth of uphill trekking through cloud forests, alpine meadows and granite massif, battling occasional downpour, icy winds and altitude sickness. Mt. Kinabalu...
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Edgar Alan Zeta-Yap is a freelance travel writer and photographer from the Philippines who enjoys capturing people, places and perspectives whether it's on or off the beaten path. Read more here.