The Mount Kinabalu trail will reopen on coming Saturday

By TIN Media | Sabah Published 9 months ago on 13 May 2020
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 The Mount Kinabalu trail will reopen this Saturday after being closed since the Movement Control Order (MCO) came into force on March 18.

Dr Maklarin Lakim, Sabah Parks Director, said that only 100 climbers were permitted at once, aside from the standard operating procedures that had been developed.

"The mountain guides will also be open to begin work on this Saturday (May 16), as climbing activities will be opened," he said.

The fees for adults in Malaysia remains the same of RM50 and RM30 for those under the age of 18, while for adults foreigners RM200 and for children RM80.

Maklarin said extra fees include RM400 for accommodation and meals, RM250 for each guide, and RM7 for insurance. 

 To attract more visitors, especially from within the country, he said there will be a 50 percent discount on entry fees for all Sabah parks for 6 months from this Saturday until Nov 16.



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