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Climbing Mt. Kinabalu on a Budget 2020-2021 (and what happens if your trip is canceled)

Mount Kinabalu has re-opened as of 16 May 2020. However, due to the CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order), travel to the mountain is limited only to those currently in Sabah, whether local or foreign (or to Sabahans currently in another state who have obtained a special permit to return to their home state).

Other Malaysians and foreign visitors will need to wait for restrictions to be lifted further before they can travel to Sabah and Mount Kinabalu.

The hiking trails on Mount Kinabalu were closed from 18 March – 15 May 2020 due to the global pandemic and Malaysia's MCO (Movement Control Order).

For your convenience, we have contacted each of the tour operators on our list as to their current policy on cancellations and re-bookings due to the current situation. We have added this information under their listings.

If you have an existing booking, please contact the tour operator you booked with directly as soon as possible to confirm cancellation/re-booking arrangements. Please note that these policies may change due to the fluidity of the situation and some may be time sensitive. Please contact the tour operator directly to ensure you have the most up-to-date information.

If you're planning on going to Sabah (Malaysian Borneo) and have already done some research on climbing Mt. Kinabalu, you've probably quickly realized that it's not exactly cheap to sign yourself up for physical duress. Many prices quoted on the Internet are quite steep and have many travelers wondering whether it's worth forking out their well-earned ringgit.

What we can say is the climb is definitely worth it, but paying more than you have to isn't. This guide is intended to help those wanting to climb Mt. Kinabalu find the best deal for their needs. Since we climbed ourselves in 2013, we have updated this guide many times and continue to do so.

Climbing Mt. Kinabalu is becoming increasingly popular and with only 165 climbing permits issued per day, we recommend booking your climb well ahead of your trip to avoid disappointment.

You should note that March to September is the busiest season, as well as around any major holiday, including Chinese New Year (sometime in late January to mid-February, depending on the year's lunar calendar).

Mt Kinabalu climb at a glance

Mt. Kinabalu is one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia at 4,095.2m above sea level. A summit climb from the trailhead covers 8.72 km.

You will cover the first 6km on Day 1, before sleeping in one of the four dorm accommodations at Panalaban (mandatory) and waking in the early hours of the morning of Day 2 to complete the final 2.72km ascent to the summit in the hopes of arriving in time for the sunrise. You will then complete the entire descent the same day.

Expect climbing times to be: 4-5 hours on Day 1, around 3 hours to the summit in the early hours of Day 2, followed by 6-9 hours down (Don't worry, you will be able to stop at Panalaban again on the way down for “second breakfast” and will receive lunch once you get back to Park HQ).

There are four accommodations at Panalaban, the mandatory overnight rest stopLaban Rata for standard climbers, Pendant Hut for Via Ferrata climbers (more detail on the Via Ferrata option shortly), Panalaban Hostel which is another option for standard climbers but difficult to book, and Lemaing Hostel (also known as Lemaing Hut), a super discounted option that is only available to Malaysian climbers.

Get the whole rundown on what to expect from a journey up Mount Kinabalu – from registering at Park HQ, getting to the starting gate, sleeping and meal arrangements at Panalaban and answers to all of those small questions you may have about the practicalities of the climb – here: ‘Mount Kinabalu Climb Experience – What to expect‘.

Mt Kinabalu climbing difficulty

We would rate Mt. Kinabalu’s climbing difficulty as a medium. Many tour operators list the climb as a 4 out of 5 for difficulty/exertion.

How difficult you find the climb will depend on your own fitness level, and while the climb is both physically and mentally challenging, most people report that it is perfectly do-able for beginners with a reasonable fitness level.

Mt Kinabalu climbing options

There are a number of options for your Mt Kinabalu climb. Below we will outline the different durations and types of climbs on offer.

Two-day one-night (2D1N)

The two-day one-night option is the shortest package currently available for those wanting to summit Mt Kinabalu.

Please note that regular 2D1N summit packages are limited. While this package used to be the standard, in a bid to get visitors to book the three-day two-night option instead, the main accommodation provider on the mountain, Sutera Sanctuary Lodges (SSL), has brought the pricing for these two packages closer together and significantly limited the number of 2D1N packages available.

Bookings for 2D1N packages are also not generally able to be confirmed more than 30 days ahead of the climbing date. While this was a hard rule until recently, SSL now allow select tour operators to confirm a small number of 2D1N packages further in advance. Tour operators who have notified us of having this privilege have been noted under the Tour Provider section in this post. Otherwise, you can assume that your 2D1N package will not actually be secured until 30 days out (if still available), presenting somewhat of a risk for visitors traveling internationally and needing to climb on set dates.

Note that the 30-day rule does not apply to 3D2N or longer packages, nor any package, including 2D1N, with Via Ferrata (outlined below), which can be booked further in advance.

Via Ferrata climbers will stay at Pendant Hut, about 100m from Laban Rata. Pendant Hut and the Via Ferrata activity is managed by another company called Mountain Torq and therefore SSL's 3D2N policy does not apply to anyone doing Via Ferrata. You may book a Via Ferrata climb of any duration further than 30 days in advance.

1 day summit (1D)

One day summit climbing options for serious climbers were available in the past. However, as of December 2015, one day permits have no longer been issued.

While Sabah Parks state that this is temporary, there is no indication as to if or when 1D summit permits will be resumed.

Three-days two-nights (3D2N)

Given the 30-day rule and the limited number of 2D1N packages, and that the cost of the 2D1N and 3D2N options have been brought closer together, the 3D2N option is now the most popular package for a Mount Kinabalu climb.

This is essentially the 2D1N package with an extra night’s accommodation within or close to Kinabalu Park, either the night before or the night after the climb, and possibly other activities, added on.

Some tour providers offer even longer packages, such as 4D3N options. Again, in general you won’t be getting extra nights on the mountain (summit trail) itself, but rather within or close to Kinabalu Park, such as at the nearby Poring Hot Springs. These tours will likely be a combination package, with other activities and meals included.

Very recently some very select packages have emerged in addition to the standard options that include more than one night at Panalaban. However, this is still the exception rather than the norm, so be sure to check the accommodation arrangements for each night of your package, and expect that any additional nights on the summit trail (Panalaban) will raise the cost in comparison to nights off the summit trail. Some of these packages include Via Ferrata, rappelling activities, and more than one attempt at the summit (although a second summit attempt may be an added fee that's not included in the initial cost – always read the fine print!).    

As of 2019 onwards, those wanting to book a private room upgrade at Laban Rata more than 30 days in advance, may only do so with a 3D2N Kinabalu Park and Laban Rata stay. This option is no longer available in conjunction with a 3D2N Poring Hot Springs and Laban Rata stay. If private rooms are still available 30 days out, they will then become available to standard 2D1N climbs (without Via Ferrata).

Dorm accommodation is also no longer available in Kinabalu Park. This is not referring to the accommodation on the summit trail (Laban Rata) where dorm accommodation is the standard, but rather within the grounds of Kinabalu Park. Therefore, guests who book a 3D2N Kinabalu Park/Laban Rata stay will have private accommodation included for the Kinabalu Park portion of their stay.

Via Ferrata

For those wanting to exert themselves further, you can also book summit packages that include ‘Via Ferrata'.

With this option, for part of the climb you will be hooked up to a harness and will be scaling rock faces that give you incredible views. This is more along the lines of rock climbing or mountaineering and should only be considered if you do not have a fear of heights and/or are willing to conquer them.

There are two Via Ferrata options on Mt. Kinabalu.

Walk the Torq (WTT)

This is the best option for beginners wanting to try the Via Ferrata experience.

The course is a length of 390m (109m vertical traverse) with the highest point at a height of 3,520m above sea level. Highlights include the Cable Monkey Bridge, Tyrolean Traverse and balancing beam.

This course takes approximately 2-3 hours.

Low’s Peak Circuit (LPC)

This option is for more experienced climbers and active individuals.

The course is 1.1km in length with a vertical traverse of 365m. The highest point is 3,776m above sea level, making it the world’s highest Via Ferrata!

It also includes one of the world’s highest suspension bridges at 3,600m. It takes approximately 4-6 hours to complete and requires above average levels of fitness.

As this is a physical demanding course, there are packages available both with/without the Mt Kinabalu summit.

Mountain Torq, the company who run the Via Ferrata activity, are currently offering discounts due to the impact of COVID-19. As Mountain Torq do not take bookings directly, please talk to the tour operators on this list about current promotional rates for Via Ferrata.

Mt Kinabalu Day Trip Hiking

For those who don't wish to summit but would like to experience the natural beauty of Mt Kinabalu, there are a number of hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulty on the lower reaches of the mountain that require no booking whatsoever.

Simply turn up to Kinabalu Park and pay the RM15 entrance fee.

Some tour operators also provide packages of different lengths for guided nature walks and exploration of the Park (reservations required).

Mt Kinabalu Trail Options (for summit climbs)

There are two trails from the trailhead to Panalaban, and another two options from Panalaban to the summit.

Trailhead to Laban Rata

There are two trailheads that lead to Laban Rata, however, only one of them is accessible at this time.

Timpohon Trail

Currently there is only one starting point option and that’s this one starting from Timpohon Gate at 1,866m.

Shuttle buses operate between Mt Kinabalu Park HQ and the Timpohon Gate. Most tour packages include this transfer fee (usually RM17 one-way total for groups of 1-4 people plus mountain guide, groups of 5 climbers or more RM4.50 per person) or include their own arranged transfer.

Mesilau Trail

Please note that the alternative Mesilau Trail is currently closed.

Both the Timpohon Trail and Mesilau Trail merge at the 4km point at the Layang-Layang Shelter at 2,702m.

From there, it’s another 2km to Panalaban, the mandatory rest stop area, at 6km (3,273m above sea level). This is where you will stay the night.

Non Via Ferrata climbers stay at an accommodation called Laban Rata, Via Ferrata climbers stay at Pendant Hut and a limited number of Malaysian climbers can stay at Lemaing Hostel. They are all within short walking distance of one another.

Panalaban (Laban Rata) to Summit

There are now 2 trails from Panalaban to the summit.

New Ranau Trail

This is a slightly different route to the previous Ranau Trail, diverted due to the earthquake that affected the mountain in mid-2015.

This is the main trail and the one that is used by almost all climbers.

Kota Belud Trail

This trail was opened on December 9, 2016, as an alternative to the Ranau Trail. It is more challenging and permission needs to be sought in order to take it.

It was introduced with view to it being an alternative descent route should the Ranau Trail become impassable in case of emergency.

*Please note that since mid-January 2019, the Kota Belud Trail has been closed. There is currently no information as to when it may re-open. Currently ALL climbers must use the New Ranau Trail above.*

Both trails meet at the Sayat-Sayat checkpoint at the 7.5km mark (3,668m above sea level).

Mount Kinabalu Climbing Costs

There are two “types” of fees you'll need to pay to climb Mt Kinabalu. The first includes fees that need to be paid to Sabah Parks, who have jurisdiction over Kinabalu National Park, and the second is for accommodation and meals, another mandatory part of the booking process.

Mandatory Climbing Fees issued by Sabah Parks

There are Park Fees issued by Sabah Parks that are mandatory for all climbers, regardless of tour provider.

These include:

  • Park entrance fee (RM15)
  • Climbing permit (RM200)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 5 people aged 16+) (RM230).

International climbers aged 18 and above

These prices (listed above) are for international adult climbers aged 18 years and over. There are discounts on the Park entrance fee and climbing permit for those under the age of 18. However, for mountain guides, the age of adulthood is deemed to be 16 years and above. We'll explain the arrangements for younger climbers below.

For ease of calculating your expenses based on group size, please see total calculations below.

Total mandatory Sabah Parks fees for climbers aged 18 and above:

Group of 1: RM452
Group of 2: RM337 per person
Group of 3: RM298.66 per person
Group of 4: RM279.50 per person
Group of 5: RM268 per person

International climbers below the age of 16

Those travelling with children under the age of 16, should note that although you may climb together, they must be accompanied by their own guide, which costs an additional RM230 for up to 2 children.

However, they are eligible for discounts on the Park entrance fee (RM10 instead of RM15) and climbing permit (RM80 instead of RM200).

Mandatory Sabah Parks fees for international climbers under the age of 16:

  • Park entrance fee (RM10)
  • Climbing permit (RM80)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 2 children under 16) (RM230).

International climbers aged 16 and 17

Young people aged 16 and 17 do not need to have their own separate guide. They are considered adults in terms of mountain guiding, so are free to share a guide with others in their group aged 16 years and over (up to 5 people for RM230).

However, they are eligible for the same discounts on the Park entrance fee and climbing permit that apply to those under 16.

  • Park entrance fee (RM10)
  • Climbing permit (RM80)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 5 people aged 16+) (RM230).

Therefore if any members of your climbing party are under the age of 18, you'll have to make some calculations according to their exact age at the time of the climb.

Those who are 16 and 17 are free to share a guide with any adults in their group (up to 5 people total per guide), but you can shave a little off their expenses for the Park entrance fee and climbing permit. You can account for the same discounts for those under 16, however, they'll need to have their own separate guide, adding a cost of RM230 for every two children sixteen and under.

Malaysian climbers aged 18 and above

Malaysian climbers are eligible for discounts on the Park entrance fee and climbing permit.

Sabah Parks fees for Malaysian climbers:

  • Park entrance fee (RM3)
  • Climbing permit (RM50)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 5 people aged 16+) (RM230).

Therefore, for Malaysian climbers, the total mandatory fees for adults 18 and over are:

Group of 1: RM290
Group of 2: RM175 per person
Group of 3: RM136.66 per person
Group of 4: RM117.50 per person
Group of 5: RM106 per person

Just like for international climbers, there are specifications and discounts for children. Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by their own guide (RM230 for up to two children) and there are discounts on the Park entrance fee and climbing permit for those under the age of 18.

You'll therefore also have to calculate the exact fees for your climbing party based on the number and age of younger members of your group.

Malaysian climbers below the age of 16

  • Park entrance fee (RM1)
  • Climbing permit (RM30)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 2 children under 16) (RM230).

Malaysian climbers aged 16 and 17

  • Park entrance fee (RM1)
  • Climbing permit (RM30)
  • Climbing insurance (RM7)
  • Mountain guide (can be shared by up to 5 people aged 16+) (RM230).

Optional Shuttle Bus operated by Sabah Parks (recommended) and other services

The shuttle bus between the Park entrance and Timpohon Gate (the starting point of the climb) is optional but recommended.

It costs RM34 return total for groups of 1-4 (RM17 each way) or RM4.50 per person each way for groups of 5 or more.

Assuming you take the shuttle bus both ways (recommended), your combined fee with the mandatory Sabah Parks' items above (based on an international group of adults 18+) will be:

Group of 1: RM486
Group of 2: RM354 per person
Group of 3: RM309.99 per person
Group of 4: RM288 per person
Group of 5: RM277 per person

For Malaysian climbers 18 and over it would be:

Group of 1: RM324
Group of 2: RM192 per person
Group of 3: RM147.99 per person
Group of 4: RM126 per person
Group of 5: RM115 per person

Most tour operators will include all these Sabah Parks' fees (the mandatory ones and the shuttle bus) as part of their packages, but you should confirm what is and isn't included before you book.

Another item you may see included in some tour packages is the Climbing Certificate to commemorate your climb. It's valued at RM10 for a summit certificate and RM1 for Laban Rata.

You may also choose to add porter services, however, we wouldn't recommend this as it seems unnecessary to bring more than a small backpack for an overnight climb, unless you have a specific reason to do so. We recommend leaving all unnecessary luggage at your accommodation in KK or making use of the luggage storage services at Kinabalu Park HQ (RM12 per bag before taxes).

For a full breakdown of park costs (effective as of 1st January 2016) for both Malaysians and non-Malaysians, please see the following PDF of Sabah Park Fees.

Mandatory Accommodation and Meal Costs (Sutera Sanctuary Lodges/Mountain Torq/Sabah Parks)

There are four accommodation options at the mandatory rest stop of Panalaban on the summit trail: Laban Rata (Sutera Sanctuary Lodges), Pendant Hut (Mountain Torq), Panalaban Hostel (Sabah Parks) and Lemaing Hostel (Sabah Parks).

Booking a bed and meals on the summit trail is a mandatory part of the booking process.

If you want to do a standard summit climb (that is, without Via Ferrata), you have two accommodation options: Laban Rata or Panalaban Hostel.

However, it is difficult to secure a booking at Panalaban Hostel as spots can only be held for 24 hours before full guest details and payment is due, which must be made in cash at the Sabah Parks office, making it even difficult for organizations in KK to arrange easily.

As of February 2020, Panalaban Hostel is already booked out until October 2020. Some tour operators may offer it as an option as the discounted rates at this accommodation are appealing, and while not impossible to get a spot, keep in mind that it's competitive and you would have to make payment immediately for a date quite far in advance.

You can book Laban Rata through SSL directly, or go through a tour operator, either way you will be getting the exact same accommodation. Bookings for Panalaban are made directly to Sabah Parks. Some tour operators may be able to assist you with making the cash payment within 24-hours.

Sutera Sanctuary Lodges do not offer transportation to/from Kota Kinabalu to the mountain (a two-hour journey each way), so this is where booking through a tour operator, who provide their own transportation services and will pick you up and drop you off in KK, can prove advantageous, especially if you have limited vacation time.

If you are a Malaysian citizen with a valid MyKad ID card wanting to do a non Via Ferrata climb, you have another option, which is to book at Lemaing Hostel, an accommodation next to Laban Rata. Lemaing Hostel is operated by Sabah Parks, the mountain authority, and can only be booked through them directly. The only challenge with this option is the fact that they can only accommodate a maximum of 25 climbers/day and these spots are consistently booked out the same day of (or soon after) their release a year in advance. If you are Malaysian and can't get one of these spots, then you have no choice but to book at Laban Rata as above or do Via Ferrata and stay at Pendant Hut as described below.  

If you are doing Via Ferrata, you are also required to book accommodation and meals, however, these arrangements are made by a company called Mountain Torq, as is the Via Ferrata activity itself. Via Ferrata climbers will stay at Pendant Hut, about 100m from Laban Rata, and have dinner provided at Laban Rata, and supper and breakfast at Pendant Hut. Mountain Torq do not accept bookings directly. Therefore, if you'd like to make a booking for Via Ferrata, going through a third-party will be necessary.

Please note that Laban Rata is for non Via Ferrata climbers only and Pendant Hut is only for Via Ferrata climbers. You cannot book a spot at the other accommodation if your chosen climbing package doesn't match, even if there are beds available.

We'll outline some options for booking your Mount Kinabalu climb and the total price for each one below.

Mount Kinabalu Climbing Packages

Potential climbers should note that there is no way to book your climb directly with mountain authorities, unless you are booking the Panalaban Hostel (open to both international and Malaysian climbers) or Lemaing Hostel (Malaysian climbers only) options.

Please be aware that the website mountkinabalu(dot)com is NOT the official website for the mountain, but is simply another tour company website. This site is owned and operated by Amazing Borneo, one of the tour companies you'll find listed further down in this post.

The official website of Mount Kinabalu is that of Sabah Parks, who manage Kinabalu National Park and the on-site logistics of Mt Kinabalu climbs, and can be found at sabahparks.org.my. Here you can find official information about the climb from mountain authorities, however, they do not accept bookings directly, except for the Panalaban and Lemaing Hostels.

You can, however, book your accommodation and meals directly with Sutera Sanctuary Lodges, who manage the Laban Rata accommodation at the mandatory Panalaban rest stop on the summit trail.

You can book your accommodation and meals with them directly, arrange your own way to the mountain, and then pay your Sabah Parks' fees at Park HQ on arrival. Alternatively, you can book with a tour operator who can arrange all of those things for you.

If you are doing Via Ferrata, you cannot book with SSL and must go through a third-party in order to make your booking with Mountain Torq, the company who operates Via Ferrata and Pendant Hut, where Via Ferrata climbers stay. Mountain Torq do not accept direct bookings.

New Mount Kinabalu tour providers and packages are becoming available all the time. On the plus side, it has made the market more competitive. On the other hand, it can be hard to wade through all the options and know which ones are reputable.

Below is a list of companies used by readers of this blog and their experiences with booking and doing the Mt Kinabalu climb with them.

We endeavour to keep this list as neutral as possible, outlining the pros and cons of each, and, whenever possible, have included current confirmed pricing from the tour operators themselves.

Whichever option you decide to go with, we’d love to know about your experiences in the comments. And if you’re looking for a climbing partner to help bring down costs, you can also take a look at the climbing partner requests in the comments, or feel free to post your own.

Sabah Parks

The mountain authority Sabah Parks now has two accommodation options for climbers at Panalaban: Panalaban Hostel and Lemaing Hostel (Lemaing Hut).

Panalaban Hostel accommodates both international and Malaysian climbers, whereas Lemaing Hostel is an option for Malaysians only. These accommodations are offered at a highly discounted rate are the absolute cheapest option for a Mount Kinabalu climb.

Lemaing Hostel (Lemaing Hut)

What's included:

Accommodation and meals (three meals only)
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees (but only the climbing permit and insurance)
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1NN/ARM257

Pros: Cheapest option by far for Malaysian climbers; only hut at Panalaban to have water heater in bathroom.

Cons: Only bookable by Malaysian citizens with a valid MyKad ID card (applies to all members of your climbing party, including children); only a maximum of 25 spots available per day; spots sell out very fast and you generally need to book a year (or close to it) in advance; you receive three rather than five provided meals (lunch on Day 1 and 2 is not provided); does not include transportation to/from Kota Kinabalu; Park fees not paid for at the time of booking need to be paid in cash at Park HQ on the day of the climb.

See the following link for all the details on how to book Lemaing Hostel.

If you are a Malaysian who is unable to make a booking at Lemaing Hostel, you can still take advantage of Malaysian pricing for the options listed below.

Panalaban Hostel

What's included:

Accommodation and meals
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees (but only the climbing permit and insurance)
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1NRM607RM457

Pros: Cheapest option for international climbers, as well as another cheaper option for Malaysian climbers.

Cons: Only 30 spots available per day making it very competitive (usually booked out many months in advance), have to make payment within 24 hours of reservation and no refund available for cancellations.

The guide fee, conversation fee, certificate fee (if you want one) and porter fee (if you want one) are to be payable in cash at Park HQ on the day of the climb.

See the following link for more information on how to book Panalaban Hostel.

Sutera Sanctuary Lodges (formerly Sutera Harbour)

Sutera Sanctuary Lodges are an accommodation provider with properties at Laban Rata (summit trail), Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Springs.

They manage the largest accommodation at Panalaban called Laban Rata, and as the above mentioned Sabah Parks hostels are difficult to book, they have a monopoly on this aspect of the climb for non-Via Ferrata climbs. They sell spaces to tour operators who then onward sell them as part of their own packages, hence why Sutera themselves can do the accommodation at a cheaper rate. Whether you book through SSL or a tour operator, your accommodation at Laban Rata will be the same.

Please note, however, that unlike the Mount Kinabalu tour operators listed below, Sutera Sanctuary Lodges base their packages on accommodation and meals only. They do not include Sabah Parks' fees or transfers. You will need to add the mandatory Sabah Parks' fees (paid in cash directly at Park HQ when you check-in for your climb) and arrange your own transportation between Kota Kinabalu and Mount Kinabalu. This is as DIY and direct as you can book a Mt Kinabalu summit climb for international climbers (except Panalaban Hostel), and any Malaysian climbers not staying at Lemaing Hut.

The mandatory Sabah Parks' fees (plus the optional but recommended shuttle bus) are an additional RM486 for international solo climbers (RM354 based on two people, RM309.99 based on three people, RM288 based on four people and RM277 based on five people).

For Malaysian climbers it will be an additional RM324 for solo climbers (RM192 per person for two people, RM147.99 pp for three people, RM126 pp for four people, RM115 pp for five people).

The cost of getting from KK to Kinabalu Park can range from RM25 per person one-way (if you’re willing to take the infrequent public bus – we've done it and only recommend it if you have time and patience), and up to several hundred ringgit for a taxi (it’s a 2 hour journey).

You should keep this in mind when comparing Sutera to all-inclusive packages that include an arranged transfer.

Click here for more information about how to get from KK to Kinabalu National Park.

What's included:

Accommodation and meals
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

Please see below for Sutera Sanctuary Lodges pricing (valid 1st April 2020 – 31st March 2021)

‘POR' refers to the nearby Poring Hot Springs, KNP to Kinabalu National Park (where Mt Kinabalu is situated), and LR to Laban Rata, SSL's accommodation on the summit trail.

PackageInternational (p/p)Malaysian (p/p)
2D1N (LR dorm) (30 day rule)RM1,339RM931
2D1N (LR private 2pax)*
(30 day rule)
RM1,629.50RM1,221.50
2D1N (LR private 6pax)*
(30 day rule)
RM1,629.67RM1,221.50
3D2N (LR-KNP) dormRM1,389RM1,101
3D2N (LR-KNP) private 2pax*RM1,680.50RM1,392
3D2N (LR-KNP) private 6pax*RM1,680.33RM1,392
4D3N (LR-KNP-POR) dormRM1,585RM1,190
4D3N ((LR-KNP-POR)
private 2 pax*
RM1,876RM1,481
4D3N ((LR-KNP-POR)
private 2 pax*
RM1,876RM1,481.17

*Please note that if you book one of the private room options at Laban Rata, you will need to pay for the entire room, even if your climbing party is smaller. Therefore the total cost for a private two bed and private six bed room at Laban Rata, would be the following:

2D1N climb Laban Rata (private 2pax)

International: RM3,259.00
Malaysian: RM2,443.00

2D1N climb Laban Rata (private 6pax)

International: RM9,778.00
Malaysian: RM7,329.00

**If you book the 3D2N (LR dorm KNP private) option, you may pay for an upgrade to a private room at Laban Rata for an additional RM275 per person. Please note that you would need to pay for the accommodation/meals and the room upgrade for every bed in the private room, even if your group is smaller. For example, if you are a group of five wanting the six bed private, you'd need to pay RM1,680.33 + RM275 = RM1955.33 x 6 (total RM11,731.98) to SSL. A private room upgrade at Laban Rata is no longer available to those who book the 3D2N (LR dorm POR dorm) option.

Pros: Cheapest in principle for climbers who can't get a spot at Lemaing Hut or Panalaban Hostel (although this gap is not as wide as it used to be due to their non-inclusive packages and increased competition between tour operators); booking confirmation is clear as to what is/isn't included; services delivered.

Cons: Can take some time for them to respond via email; no working website or published rates; they don’t have all-inclusive packages that include transportation to/from Kota Kinabalu; the Park Fees must be paid in cash on arrival at Park HQ.

For booking enquiries: [email protected]

River Junkie Tours

Pandemic Response: River Junkie have negotiated the following with accommodation providers for customers with existing bookings.

Via Ferrata climbers: Mountain Torq are allowing River Junkie to re-book climbers onto any date before the 30th of April 2021 but require River Junkie to provide them with a new date by the end of May 2020.
 
Standard climbers: River Junkie have negotiated credit with Sutera Sanctuary Lodges to allow guests to climb on any date before the 31st of December 2021 but they need to provide the new climb dates by the end of 2020.

River Junkie Tours are a Borneo-based tour operator with years of adventure travel experience. Hundreds of our readers have booked climbing packages with them in recent years without complaint.

They claim to guarantee the cheapest Mt Kinabalu climbing packages and will price match if you find a cheaper published rate for the same package.

Accommodation and meals
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS: Simply mention ‘Notes of Nomads' when booking and receive a FREE ‘I conquered Mt Kinabalu' t-shirt! (or a River Junkie t-shirt if you are unable to summit). Please mention this website during your first contact to be eligible.

Pricing for bookings from April 1st 2020 to March 31st 2021

PackageInternational
p/p
Malaysian
p/p
2D1N (1pax)RM2220RM1720
2D1N (2-3pax)RM1990RM1490
2D1N (Via Ferrata WTT) (1pax)RM2385RM2135
2D1N (Via Ferrata WTT) (2-3pax)RM2150RM1900
2D1N (Via Ferrata LPC) (1pax)RM2600RM2350
2D1N (Via Ferrata LPC) (2-3pax)RM2375RM2125
3D2N Mt Kinabalu KNP-LR (1pax)RM2320RM1760
3D2N Mt Kinabalu KNP-LR (2-3pax)RM2090RM1530
3D2N (Via Ferrata WTC/LPC) (1pax)RM3750RM3300
3D2N (Via Ferrata WTC/LPC) (2-3pax)RM3560RM3110
4D3N Mt Kinabalu KNP-LR-POR (1pax)RM2520RM1865
4D3N Mt Kinabalu KNP-LR-POR (2-3pax)RM2290RM1635

Via Ferrata Discounts 1st June 2020 – 15th September 2020 (discount per person)

The price per person below is subtracted from River Junkie's standard rates (based on the number of people booking).

InternationalPR / work
visa
holder
MalaysianSabahan + Malaysian
with
Sabah address on IC
LPCRM350RM500RM650RM850
WTTRM200RM400RM550RM750

Larger group packages are available. Please enquire for rates for groups of four people or more.

Laban Rata private room upgrades may be added to 3D2N (LR dorm/KNP private) packages for SSL cost price of RM275 per person.

A climbing certificate can be obtained for RM10.

Pros: One of the tour operators SSL has approved for booking 2D1N packages more than 30 days out; fast to reply to emails; easy-to-follow website with clear information on their tour packages; they offer a price match guarantee on published rates for identical packages; can have a private guide if you want one or be potentially matched with other climbers to receive a reduction on the mountain guide fee.

Cons: Nothing specific to report at this stage.

More information can be found on their website: www.river-junkie.com

Borneo Trails

Pandemic Response: Borneo Trails Tours & Travel will be providing credit notes for bookings that have already been paid, which can be used again for guests who wish to postpone the tour to the year 2021 (no later than 30 December 2021) or can be transferred for new bookings (for this year and year 2021 – no later than 30 December 2021). For bookings that have yet to be paid, bookings will be put under cancellation at no penalty charge.

Borneo Trails are a popular choice for our readers. With reasonable package costs including transfers to/from KK, they are a strong competitor in the market.

  Accommodation and meals
  Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees
  Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
  Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
  Optional climbing certificate

Pricing for bookings from April 2020 to March 2021

PackageInternational (p/p)Malaysian (p/p)
2D1N (1pax)RM2,415RM1,988
2D1N (2pax+)RM1,890RM1,488
2D1N (Via Ferrata WTT) (1pax)RM2,348RM2,086
2D1N (Via Ferrata WTT) (2pax+)RM2,081RM1,920
2D1N (Via Ferrata LPC) (1pax)RM2,581RM2,419
2D1N (Via Ferrata LPC) (2pax+)RM2,340RM2,291

Pros: All-inclusive packages; many readers of this blog have used them and were satisfied with their service.

Cons: Guide sharing (you may be sharing a guide with other climbers).

More information on their website: www.borneotrails.com.my

Marvelous Borneo

Pandemic Response: Awaiting confirmation.

This is a smaller tour operator claiming to offer value for money tour packages in Borneo.

They do not publish their rates on their website, however, we have been able to obtain their rates from them directly.

Accommodation and meals
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

Rates valid for climbs April 1st, 2019 to December 31st, 2019 (subject to change). Still awaiting updated rates for 2020-2021.

2D1N Mt. Kinabalu Climb

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (1 pax)RM 2,330RM 1,830
2D1N (2-3 pax)RM 1,970RM 1,470
2D1N (4-6 pax)RM 1,800RM 1,300
2D1N (7-10 pax)RM 1,760RM 1,260
2D1N (11-15 pax)RM 1,730RM 1,230
2D1N (16-20 pax)RM 1,700RM 1,200

3D2N Mt. Kinabalu Climb

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N (1 pax)RM 2,640RM 2,120
3D2N (2-3 pax)RM 2,280RM 1,760
3D2N (4-6 pax)RM 2,110RM 1,590
3D2N (7-10 pax)RM 2,070RM 1,550
3D2N (11-15 pax)RM 2,040RM 1,520
3D2N (16-20 pax)RM 2,010RM 1,490

2D1N Mt. Kinabalu Climb + Via Ferrata (Walk the Torq)

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N WTT (1 pax)RM 2,520RM 2,360
2D1N WTT (2-3 pax)RM 2,160RM 2,000
2D1N WTT (4-6 pax)RM 1,980RM 1,820
2D1N WTT (7-10 pax)RM 1,930RM 1,770
2D1N WTT (11-15 pax)RM 1,910RM 1,750
2D1N WTT (16-20 pax)RM 1,870RM 1,710

*Non-inclusive package for RM 1,480 per person.

2D1N Mt. Kinabalu Climb + Via Ferrata (Low's Peak Circuit)

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N LPC (1 pax)RM 2,740RM 2,580
2D1N LPC (2-3 pax)RM 2,380RM 2,220
2D1N LPC (4-6 pax)RM 2,200RM 2,040
2D1N LPC (7-10 pax)RM 2,150RM 1,990
2D1N LPC (11-15 pax)RM 2,130RM 1,970
2D1N LPC (16-20 pax)RM 2,090RM 1,930

*Non-inclusive package for RM 1,700 per person.

3D2N Mt. Kinabalu Climb + Via Ferrata (Low's Peak Circuit)

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N LPC (1 pax)RM 3,750RM 3,590
3D2N LPC (2-3 pax)RM 3,340RM 3,180
3D2N LPC (4-6 pax)RM 3,130RM 2,970
3D2N LPC (7-10 pax)RM 3,070 RM 2,910
3D2N LPC (11+ pax)RM 3,060RM 2,900

*Non-inclusive package for RM 2,600 per person.

4D3N Mt. Kinabalu Climb + Via Ferrata (Mt. Torq Experience)
This package includes 3 nights at Pendant Hut (on the summit trail), your choice of LPC or WTT Via Ferrata PLUS a Rappelling or Introduction to Sports Climbing activity.

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
4D3N (1 pax)RM 5,120RM 4,960
4D3N (2-3 pax)RM 4,650RM 4,490
4D3N (4-6 pax)RM 4,410RM 4,250
4D3N (7-10 pax)RM 4,380RM 4,220
4D3N (11+ pax)RM 4,310RM 4,150

*Non-inclusive package for RM 3,840 per person.

Pros: Have a range of Mt. Kinabalu climbing packages on offer at competitive rates; private guide (no sharing with other climbers/groups); private transfer to/from KK; can add a standalone Via Ferrata experience if you have already booked accommodation/meals elsewhere.

Cons: Have to contact them directly for pricing (although we have published their rates here).

More information can be found on their website: www.marvelousborneo.com

Amazing Borneo Tours

Pandemic Response: At Amazing Borneo, we are offering clients who booked with us before 18 March 2020, postponement to a later tour date between 1 June 2020 – 30 December 2021 using the same promotional rate. There will be no extra charges nor price increment.

If they choose to cancel their tour plans, they will receive a credit of monies paid that they can use towards an alternative tour with a departure date before 30 December 2021.

Tours departing from 18 March 2020 to 14 May 2020
If you have reservations booked on or before 18 March 2020, we are now offering postponement to a later tour date between 15 May 2020 – 30 December 2021 using the same promotional rate. There will be no extra charges nor price increment.

If you choose to cancel your tour plans, you will receive a credit of monies paid that you can use towards an alternative tour with a departure date before 30 December 2021.

Tours departing from 15 – 31 May 2020
At this stage, all tours departing from 15 May 2020 can continue as planned. However, we are offering guests the option to defer travel plans till a later date.

If you choose to postpone your tour plans, you may select a later date until 30 December 2021. There will be no extra charges nor price increment, and balance payment will be collected 45 days prior to tour commencement on the new dates.

If you choose to cancel your tour plans, you will receive a credit of monies paid that you can use towards an alternative tour with a departure date before 30 December 2021.

Credits are transferable and can be used for any tours or accommodation purchase with travel date until 30 December 2021.

Please note that supporting documents would be required for processing your postponement or refund requests.

Tours departing from 1 June 2020 onwards
At this stage, all tours departing from 1 June 2020 will continue as planned. If there are any changes, or if your trip is cancelled, rest assured that during this period, our team will contact you.

If you choose to postpone your tour departing from 1 June 2020 onwards, you may select a later date until 30 December 2021. Postponement charges may apply.

If you choose to cancel your tour departing from 1 June 2020 onwards, the standard Terms & Cancellation policy upon your time of booking will apply.

Amazing Borneo Tours is a long-standing tour company with all-inclusive packages.

Accommodation and meals
Mandatory Sabah Parks' fees
Transfer between Park HQ and Timpohon Gate
Transfer between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu Park
Optional climbing certificate

2D1N Mt Kinabalu Climb (Budget)

Prices for climbs between 1 March 2020 and 30 September 2020

Package (Budget)International p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (Budget) 2-3paxRM1,580RM1,180
2D1N (Budget) 4-6paxRM1,880RM1,480

1 October 2020 – 31 December 2020

Package (Budget)International p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (Budget) 2-3paxRM1,280RM980
2D1N (Budget) 4-6paxRM1,580RM1,280

1 January 2021 – 31 December 2021

Package (Budget)International p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (Budget) 2-3paxRM1,380RM1,080
2D1N (Budget) 4-6paxRM1,680RM1,380

2D1N Mt Kinabalu Climb (Standard)

1 March 2020 – 30 September 2020

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (1 Pax)RM2,380RM1,880
2D1N (2-3 Pax)RM2,080RM1,480
2D1N (4-6 Pax)RM1,980RM1,480
2D1N (7-15 Pax)RM1,950RM1,450

1 October 2020 – 31 December 2020

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (1 Pax)RM1,880RM1,580
2D1N (2-3 Pax)RM1,580RM1,280
2D1N (4-6 Pax)RM1,530RM1,230
2D1N (7-15 Pax)RM1,480RM1,180

1 January 2021 – 28 February 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (1 Pax)RM2,380RM1,880
2D1N (2-3 Pax)RM2,080RM1,580
2D1N (4-6 Pax)RM1,980RM1,480
2D1N (7-15 Pax)RM1,950RM1,450

1 March 2021 – 31 December 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N (1 Pax)RM2,480RM1,980
2D1N (2-3 Pax)RM2,180RM1,680
2D1N (4-6 Pax)RM2,080RM1,580
2D1N (7-15 Pax)RM2,050RM1,550

2D1N Mount Kinabalu Climb with Via Ferrata (Walk the Torq)

1 January 2020 – 31 March 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N WTT (1 Pax)RM2,680RM2,580
2D1N WTT (2-3 Pax)RM2,230RM2,130
2D1N WTT (4-6 Pax)RM2,230RM2,130
2D1N WTT (7-15 Pax)RM2,130RM2,030

1 April 2021 – 31 December 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N WTT (1 Pax)RM2,780RM2,680
2D1N WTT (2-3 Pax)RM2,330RM2,230
2D1N WTT (4-6 Pax)RM2,330RM2,230
2D1N WTT (7-15 Pax)RM2,230RM2,130

2D1N Mount Kinabalu Climb with Via Ferrata (Low's Peak Circuit)

1 January 2020 – 31 March 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N LPC (1 Pax)RM2,960RM2,860
2D1N LPC (2-3 Pax)RM2,510RM2,410
2D1N LPC (4-6 Pax)RM2,510RM2,410
2D1N LPC (7-15 Pax)RM2,410RM2,310

1 April 2021 – 31 December 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
2D1N LPC (1 Pax)RM3,060RM2,960
2D1N LPC (2-3 Pax)RM2,610RM2,510
2D1N LPC (4-6 Pax)RM2,610RM2,510
2D1N LPC (7-15 Pax)RM2,510RM2,410

3D2N Kinabalu Climb and Mount Kinabalu Park Stay

1 March 2020 – 30 September 2020

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N (1 Pax)RM2,680RM2,180
3D2N (2-3 Pax)RM2,280RM1,780
3D2N (4-6 Pax)RM2,180RM1,680
3D2N (7-15 Pax)RM2,150RM1,650

1 October 2020 – 31 December 2020

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N (1 Pax)RM2,380RM2,080
3D2N (2-3 Pax)RM1,980RM1,680
3D2N (4-6 Pax)RM1,930RM1,630
3D2N (7-15 Pax)RM1,880RM1,580

1 January 2021 – 28 February 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N (1 Pax)RM2,680RM2,180
3D2N (2-3 Pax)RM2,280RM1,780
3D2N (4-6 Pax)RM2,180RM1,680
3D2N (7-15 Pax)RM2,150RM1,650

1 March 2021 – 31 December 2021

PackageInternational p/pMalaysian p/p
3D2N (1 Pax)RM2,780RM2,280
3D2N (2-3 Pax)RM2,380RM1,880
3D2N (4-6 Pax)RM2,280RM1,780
3D2N (7-15 Pax)RM2,250RM1,750

For pricing for groups of 16 pax or more, contact Amazing Borneo for a quote.

Pros: Established company; all inclusive packages; clear booking process and confirmation; no guide sharing; large group discounts available.

Cons: No specific downsides to report at this stage.

Find more information on their website www.amazingborneo.com

Booking Mt Kinabalu Climbs in KK

As mentioned earlier, it is becoming increasingly difficult to secure climbing slots at the last minute. That said, if you're in KK and would like to find out if anything is available or you'd just like to visit the offices of the tour operator you have already booked with, here is where you can find them.

Fortunately for those shopping around, many are concentrated in the bright orange Wisma Sabah building.

Mt Kinabalu Climb Wisma Sabah Building KK
Photo courtesy of Perrine Lefeuvre (December 2015).

The Wisma Sabah building can be found on the corner of Jalan Tun Fuad Stephen & Jalan Tun Razak, opposite the Coffee Bean and Wisma Merdeka building.

As for the tour operators mentioned in this post, it contains the offices for Sutera Sanctuary Lodges, Borneo Trails and River Junkie Tours.

Marvelous Borneo can be found in the Star City Mall North Complex about 1.5km away from the Wisma Sabah building.

SSL also have another office at KK Times Square.

Mt Kinabalu Tour Providers to Avoid

Now that we've covered the suggestions for Mt Kinabalu climb tour operators to look into for your climbing experience, we also feel we should mention the businesses that have unfortunately lost our trust.

Jungle Jack Backpacker

Jungle Jack's has been a top choice for many readers in the comments for budget Mt Kinabalu climbs over the past few years and hence we had been mentioning them as one of the tour providers for you to check out.

Positive remarks included that his packages are cheap; that “Uncle Jack” is an interesting/nice guy; he has helped travellers out with last-minute climbs; and that the meals are excellent.

However, it has recently come to light that his backpacker lodge near Kinabalu Park (where he accommodated climbers and organized his climbs from) was operating at the site illegally and he was forced to vacate the premises in mid-2016.

There doesn’t seem to be much information about it online, but you can read an article from one local newspaper here that a reader was kind enough to post in the comments and we also found this article posted by someone on his Facebook page.

His Facebook page remains active and it seems that he has now moved to a new location, and is continuing to offer accommodation and climbing services. He now also has a blog.

His sudden more “public” profile seems to indicate that he may have the necessary permits for operation this time, but we are unable to confirm and no longer feel that we can list him as a credible option in good faith.

If the illegal operation didn’t make you think twice already, one of the most alarming recurring stories from climbers on his own Facebook page as well as other review sites is the fact that he has not provided refunds to many climbers he has promised them to – whether because the mountain was closed (such as due to the earthquake in 2015), climbers needing to cancel their bookings, or because guests were unable to climb due to Jack not having actually secured a spot for them (some of these climbers only finding out after their arrival at Jungle Jack’s, despite having booked and paid months in advance).

Many people have reported that he stopped replying to their messages after he promised to refund the money, and after long, drawn-out attempts to recover their costs have given up on ever seeing their money back.

Many others have expressed frustration by the whole booking process. Due to Jack not issuing any kind of official receipt or booking confirmation for reservations, many climbers have felt anxious as to whether their spot is secure or not.

Communication seems to halt abruptly after payment has been received, only to resume very close to the climbing date, if at all, and only after repeated attempts from guests to confirm their climbs.

Batangan Leisure

A reader has reported that they were scammed out of their climbing money (for a group of 6) and hence lost the climbing slot they thought they had secured by a company operating as Batangan Leisure.

Upon looking into this company further, we found that their homepage was simply a shell with no content and that their Facebook profile (a personal profile rather than a business page) hadn't been updated since 2012.

Please be sure to do your research on any companies you are thinking of booking with. Just because they have an office and list a website, doesn't mean they are reputable. Check out their website, read reviews online and do your best to prevent getting caught up in a situation like this.

Essential further reading

Via the following link, read about what to expect on a Mount Kinabalu climb. In this post, we set out the climb from start to finish, from registration at Park HQ, getting to Timpohon Gate, the sleeping arrangements and meals at Panalaban, what to expect while climbing, right through to returning to Park HQ at the end of your climb. Be sure to read this post BEFORE you climb! It might even influence the kind of climb you'd like to book.

Help us keep this page the most up-to-date and useful independent Mt. Kinabalu climb resource on the Internet by contributing your experiences in the comments.

If you have found another tour provider you think we should add to this list, please let us know.

When listing quotes and prices, please be sure to include the number of people in your group so readers can compare packages more easily.

You may also contact us directly anytime via our Contact page or via email at jessica(at)notesofnomads(dot)com

Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback.

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Tsen Yi Ming

Tuesday 9th of June 2020

Hi Notes of Nomad

FYI, SSL office is no longer at KK Times Square. They have relocated to Sutera Avenue, the full address is: B-G-9, Block B, Ground Floor, Sutera Avenue, Lorong Lebuh Sutera 88100, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Cheers!

Gino

Thursday 13th of February 2020

Hello everyone,

As kindly offered by Jessica, I am a solo traveler and will be staying at the Sutera Lodge from 21 to 27MAR 2020. I am planning to book the 2D1N Budget Climb and looking for a group or someone to join it so it is cheaper. If you are interested, please contact me: [email protected]

thanks!

Lim Han Ian

Thursday 5th of December 2019

HI everyone, I'm a solo traveller and planning to do the 2D1N Budget Climb with (Amazing Borneo)[tour company] on April any date but preferably 13 April 2020. And looking for someone to join so it is cheaper. If you are interested, do contact me. Email: [email protected]

Willa

Tuesday 19th of November 2019

This blog is amazing!

We’re planning to take via Ferrata WTT on February 28-29 2020.

-TIMOG HILAGA (Philippines)

Hiew Chok Sien

Tuesday 5th of November 2019

Thank you very much for this very comprehensive guide. This is an excellent reference.

Jessica Korteman

Friday 8th of November 2019

Thank you so much for reading and commenting, Hiew! All the best with your climb!

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