Mount Kinabalu feels the chill


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 09 Feb 2017

A Mount Kinabalu climber showing some of the ice sheets that were formed near the mountain summit.

KOTA KINABALU: Trekkers heading up Mount Kinabalu’s summit were treated to the sight of ice sheets near Low’s Peak as early morning temperatures dipped around many parts of Sabah.

The surface of the renowned ‘Wishing Pool’ near the mountain summit became frozen as the state like other parts of Southeast Asia experienced high pressure cold wind from Siberia.

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