Masjid Kundasang, Peti Surat 84, 89307 Ranau, Sabah, Malaysia.
Rating : non
Check-in time - 14:00pm
Check-out time - 12:00nn
Kundasang is our only resort in borneo and about 6km from Mount Kinabalu
Park entrance. Kundasang is located on the main road between Kota
Kinabalu and Ranau. Self drive is easy from Kota Kinabalu with a mostly
decent bitumen road and adequate sign posting. It does become
mountainous and windy on approach but also very scenic
There 2 rooms bungalow and deluxe rooms at TM Resort
Kundasang. Other than that, we also have meeting room and coffee house.
As we located near to Mount Kinabalu, our landscape
is suitable for the hikers, trekkers, photographers and also the 4x4
adventurers group. Not to forget, this location are famed with its
flowers and vegetables or fresh fruits.
Kundasang War Memorial - This tranquil garden memorial was established
by a New Zealander in 1962. It was one of the foundation memorials to
commerate the tragic loss of Allied (mostly Australian and also British)
POWs who died in 1945 during the infamous death marches from Sandakan to
Ranau. Furthermore, it commerates the brave Sabahan people who, at grave
risk to their own lives, tried to help the dying POWs.
comprises a series of connected gardens - the first is the Australian
Garden, followed by the English Garden and the Borneo Garden. There is a
long reflection pool where ceremonies are held and also an uninterrupted
view point of Mount Kinabalu from a balcony. An open air shelter has
been erected where there are newspaper articles and other memorabilia.
Kinabalu Park is situated on the Crocker Range on the
eastern coast of Sabah. It is located within the district of Ranau,
within the West Coast Division. The park is not to be confused with
Crocker Range National Park which is a separate park in the south.
headquarters is 88 kilometers away from the city of Kota Kinabalu. There
are highways and sealed roads leading towards the park headquarters from
other parts of Sabah. It is situated on the southern boundary of
Kinabalu Park, at an elevation of 1,563m (5,128 feet).