|Lemaing - The Sir Hugh Low Expedition Camp|
The three villages of Kiau are situated at the foot of Mount Kinabalu in the heart of Sabah. For most people coming to the East Malaysian state, visiting or even climbing the highest mountain in Southeast Asia is on top of their list. But only very few know that the popular trail leading up the mountain is not the one that was used on the very first documented ascent in 1851. Approaching Mount Kinabalu from Kiau, you follow the historic trail past the picturesque Minitinduk Gorge all the way along the Kadamaian River. On the way, you reach a bamboo construction that looks as if it may become some kind of fancy house someday. This is Lemaing - The Sir Hugh Low Expedition Camp.