What makes a perfect breakfast? On our recent staycation at Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & spa, we have the opportunity to have breakfast at the top of the hill with one of the most amazing views of Mount Kinabalu.
we woke up early and Time, the friendly naturalist met us at the lobby and guide us to the nature reserve located next to Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa. The trek up to the summit took around 30 minutes and we have the opportunity to get close to nature and learn about the types of plants at the nature reserve.
Rattan tree or better known as Rotan in Malay. It is commonly found in tropical rainforests, is a climbing palm with strong vigorous vines. It grows inside dimly lit jungles and uses its sharp thorns to wrap around other trees, growing up toward the sky in pursuit of light, sometimes growing to heights of several hundred meters.
The trek up the summit is easy, but be prepared to sweat a lot as its humid and hot.
The other side of Dalit beach. This beach is inaccessible by road and the only way to reach it is by crossing the river.
We are rewarded with a stunning view of Mt Kinabalu.
While we appreciating the beautiful scenery, our breakfast is being prepared for us.
Breakfast taste so good with good companion and good scenery.
Appreciating the beautiful scenery while sipping down a glass of fresh juice.
Eddie, The Teh Tarik Master of Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa prepared us the best Teh Tarik!
Eddie with his traditional basket.
Thanks to Eddie, Tim and the team for the wonderful experience. The experience is worth it and will definitely is one of my most memorable breakfast.
The Summit breakfast is open for all in-house Hotel guest. Make the inquiry at 088-797 888 or the help desk and arrange your wonderful breakfast moment.
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