Welcome to my homepage! If you share a keen interest in photography, travel and adventure, then I hope through this website and blog, I can share my life experiences with you. Being a keen outdoor adventurer, I love photography, mountain biking, camping, trekking and offroad expeditions. JOHN KONG
FATHER & SON
Mount Nongkok often known as “The Son of Mount Kinabalu”, is the little mountain that sits by the heel of Mt Kinabalu on the west side. Can be seen that both the Father and Son are scarred by the recent quake where the epicentre is located very near to the west side of Mt. Kinabalu..
Will be documenting the changed landscape of Mt. Kinabalu over the next few months at my blog
THE SKY OPENED
After the Sogit which was performed this morning, the sky opened and Mt. Kinabalu is at full bloom again! Though now scarred from the landslides from the recent quake, she is still as majestic as ever all ready to rejuvenate. Sabahans and Malaysians, let’s pray that she shall forever be at peace and be our national pride for the generations to come.
Project FJ Cruiser is to build an overland expedition vehicle for my upcoming expedition trips across the island of Borneo and beyond. Either love it or hate it, the Toyota FJ Cruiser is a retro styled SUV with styling and off road performance reminiscent of the original Toyota FJ40 Land Cruisers.
Available since 2006, Toyota USA announced the 2014 model year Trail Teams edition will be the called the “Ultimate Edition” and that the 2014 model year would be the last for the FJ Cruiser in the US. However, it will still be available at other markets in the world.
This blog category is to document the resources that I have made references and the parts and accessories that were chosen to build this vehicle. I hope this will be a good resource for those who are interested to do the same to your vehicles to chase the adventure of your life!
Will update from time to time the progress of the build with details of parts and modifications done.
Well wishers pay respect to the Mt. Kinabalu earthquake victims. A tribute with the words IN SOLIDARITY WITH EVERYONE ON MOUNT KINABALU and a mountain guide carrying a victim are drawn on a wall at the former Lands and Survey building now often named the Sabah Art Grafitti buidling just adjacent to Suria Sabah Shopping Complex. Members from the CrackoArtGroup who created the artwork on the wall seen encouraged everyone to hug each other and sung the songs Sabah Tanah Air Ku and Amazing Grace..