In July 2005, David Lim's MacCoffee expedition visited the Tian Shan region and claimed 3 virgin peaks, named Temasek, Singapura, and Ong Teng Cheong (http://www.everest.org.sg/maccoffee-tien-shan-expedition-2005/).
11 years later, in August 2016, Tze Boon, Tze Guan, Kah Shin and Kim Boon will attempt to re-summit Ong Teng Cheong Peak and capture the breathtaking vista. At 4743m in altitude, and rated deceptively at PD, this peak took the experienced MacCoffee expedition two attempts before successful summit, so Boon, Guan et al are understandably a bit nervous about the attempt.
The Tian Shan is a mountain range in central Asia that extends through western China, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. The Tian Shan is 2,800 kilometres (1,700 mi) long, and up to 7,400 metres (24,300 ft) high. Base camp will be at the Semionova Glacier, which is about 3,900m in altitude.
19 Aug: Arrive in Almaty
20 Aug: Transfer to Karkara
21 Aug: Helicopter to Semionova Glacier
22-25 Aug: Acclimatisation, Training and Summit attempts
26 Aug: Flight back to Karkara
27 Aug: Transfer to Almaty
28 Aug: Flight back home