Kinabalu


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Kinabalu

a mountain in Malaysia, on N Borneo in central Sabah: the highest peak in Borneo. Height: 4125 m (13 533 ft.)

Kinabalu

 

(also Kinibalu), a mountain massif on the northern part of the island of Kalimantan (Borneo), in Malaysia. It rises to an altitude of 4,101 m (the highest point in the Malay Archipelago) and is composed primarily of granite and granodiorite. Tropical and mountain forests grow at altitudes of up to 3,500 m, and above that there are thickets of shrubs and meadows.

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China's Consulate-General in Kota Kinabalu said earlier that the missing Chinese citizen was from China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and was operating a vacation resort in Sabah.
The UNESCO citation recognizes the heritage status of Kinabalu Park (75,370 ha, with its summit at 4095 m) in the combination of topography, geology and climate that provides an unusually complete representation of habitat types over a relative small area.
If our country is threatened or being encroached, we Malaysians should rise to defend our country," he told a gathering in Kota Kinabalu, the capital of the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo island.
Editors Dayou, Hashim, Primus, Chee, Deraman, and Abd-Shukor present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a collection of peer-reviewed scholarly essays and academic papers selected from materials presented at the twenty-seventh Regional Conference on Solid State Science and Technology held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Indonesia.
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Fellow passengers booed as she caught a flight at Kota Kinabalu airport, her head hidden under a coat.
She had admitted to the public nuisance offence during an appearance at Kota Kinabalu Magistrates' Court in Malaysia today.