Nestled against the backdrop of green mountains about 10 kilometres away from Pekan Kiulu, lies a picturesque community-based tourism spot that awaits adventure seekers.
The Lingga Eco Tourism Centre (LET) offers visitors both extreme and relaxing nature activities. The site is surrounded by the gushing river of Kiulu, with its beautiful vista guaranteed to put visitors in an instant state of calm.
We left the Tea Horse Guesthouse at 8.30am. The guesthouse sits at Yongsheng Village, which was quaintly quiet during our presence.
There weren’t many activities going on except a few local men building a house. Other than that, the sounds of birds chirping, footsteps, wind blowing in the trees, and rustling leaves broke the silences.
The lush greenery and cool temperature of the Crocker Range Park make Mount Alab in Tambunan district one of Sabah’s best “lung cleansing” destinations.
With temperatures ranging 11-18 degree Celsius, this place has become an alternative destination for a cold-weather and nature adventure getaway.
Have you watched a movie with breathtaking scenery and imagined yourself being there? It inspires you to pack your bag and see the world outside of your comfort zone.
But for now, all our leisure travel plans have to be put on hold. With many countries still closing their border and some imposing lockdown, the travel industry remains uncertain and is hampered by Covid-19.
Today, we are going to trek the Tiger Leaping Gorge (TLG). We arrive in Lijiang at 6.05am, on the dot. It is drizzling and it is 13 degrees Celsius.