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Kinabalu - The Haunted Mountain of Borneo An Account of Ascent, its People, Flora and Fauna

Biography / Memoir
By: CM Enriquez(Author), Khoon Meng Wong(Introduction By)
95 pages, b/w photos, b/w maps
Kinabalu - The Haunted Mountain of Borneo
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First published in 1927, Kinabalu: The Haunted Mountain of Borneo still enthralls readers with the exploits of early-day explorers of Kinabalu. This account follows Enrique's desire to scale the summit with his trusted companion Sau Nan and a small entourage. Enriquez's account of his expedition contains some of the most beautifully written passages that portray the starkness and beauty of Kinabalu. He notes that "Kinabalu is a sort of Mecca for naturalists" which still holds true today. An enjoyable read that captures the romance and excitement of discovery.

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Biography / Memoir
By: CM Enriquez(Author), Khoon Meng Wong(Introduction By)
95 pages, b/w photos, b/w maps
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