In partnership with Sabah Tourism Board, AirAsia is now accepting entries for “Mount Kinabalu Challenge”.
Join Mount Kinabalu Challenge
In the Mount Kinabalu Challenge, amateur and professional mountaineers are invited to upload their photo and share a story of their most memorable outdoor trip or hike in Facebook or Instagram using the following hashtags: #AirAsiainKotaKinabalu and #MtKinabaluReady from today until August 14, 2016.
Are You Ready for Mt. Kinabalu
One winner will get to bring two of his friends to fly from Manila to Kota Kinabalu via AirAsia for free with hotel accommodation and tour of Mt. Kinabalu on September 7-11, 2016* including The North Face PH Day Packs.
Let’s Go Sago have visited Kota Kinabalu a few years ago but we haven’t been to Kinabalu National Park.
Kinabalu National Park is a Unesco World Heritage Site where Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea, is located.
It has been designated as a centre of plant diversity for Southeast Asia because of its exceptionally rich species of flora from the Himalayas, China, Australia and Malaysia. Aside from its rainforest and natural wonders, Kota Kinabalu is also known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk, beaches and mosques.
Philippines AirAsia flies to Kota Kinabalu from Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Keep updated with AirAsia’s latest promotion and announcement of winner on August 15 via Facebook , @AirAsiaPh in Viber public chat, and Instagram @AirAsiaPh.
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