Mt Kinabalu is the tallest mountain in Malaysia at 4,095m, and is one of Asia’s most beautiful and accessible climbs. Beginners (with some training) can do the Regular Summit route. Intermediate climbers can do the Via Ferrata routes, which include an additional heart-pumping activity off the side of the mountain.
The Malaysian state of Sabah, where Mt. Kinabalu is located, is currently under a temporary lockdown from October 3rd to October 16th, 2020. With a possibility of extension. Arrival, departure into the state is not allowed, and movement within the state is highly restricted.