Bundu Tuhan is captivating, mainly due to its godly name. Tuhan is what God is in Malay. But the name origin of Bundu Tuhan has nothing to do with God. It’s more about the fall of a Bundu tree in this place sometime ago. The name Tuhan is from the word Notuhan, which is Dusun for fall.
Nevertheless one can’t deny the Supreme Being as we drove back from Poring, reaching Bundu Tuhan at 6:05 pm only to notice the glorious view on the offering.
The cloud hit the peak of Mount Kinabalu, creating a pattern that makes it look like it is enveloping the peak.
While at the same time when u look east, strip of clouds strike across the setting sun.
Even the trees and cloud alone create such astonishing view.
The sky is like a huge canvas, where God paints on it.
And to the west, a full moon begins to appear on the darkening sky.
I simply can’t deny the existence of God in Bundu Tuhan, what with God’s finest creation, such as a group of four Kadazan girls to further testify on this.
And I fall in love.
- ▼ June (12)