11 people have died and eight others are missing after an earthquake near Malaysia's highest peak, a minister for tourism has said.
The bodies were recovered from Mount Kinabalu, on the island of Borneo, after a 6.0 magnitude quake triggered landslides.
Some 137 climbers were stranded on the mountain for several hours but have now made it to safety.
Local media say a Singaporean girl and a local guide are among the dead.
Sabah tourism minister Masidi Manjun tweeted: "The 137 climbers have safely arrived at the Park HQ, the last batch at 2.50 am."
He later confirmed that 11 bodies had been found and rescue teams were searching for eight people still unaccounted for.