So, we went to Tambunan, a valley town that is located in the Interior Division. It was quite small but beautiful nonetheless. The 80KM journey from KK to Tambunan will take you around 1-2 hours, with the road winding through the Crocker Range. Our reason for going there was really to go to Mahua Waterfall, but we did spend a night there in a homestay.
The paddy fields of Tambunan, a beautiful quaint town
The statues of Tamadon and Gombunan at Pisompuruan [Untiy) Square. It was from their name and act of bravery that Tambunan got its name
Mr Stephen and Mrs Flora, the owner of the homestay
In front of Crocker Range Park
The forest of Crocker Range in Mahua Sub-station
Mahua Waterfall is a part of Crocker Range Park. The waterfall was so dazzling! The landscape was magnificent, with the impressive rock formation and vegetation-infested walls. Still, the water was too cold! It was like we were taking a plunge somewhere in the Arctic Sea. If your body has a fat layer as thick [or rather thin…] as me, you ought not to dip yourself in the water for too long, unless you want to suffer from hypothermia. Heheheh~