RM 100.00 per pax
RM 70.00 (4 pax above)
Take a bird’s eye view of the city from Signal Hill. Shop at Filipino Market where there are a variety of handicrafts sold. Visit Sabah State Foundation 32 Storey Building with its column of free floors. Visit Poh Toh Tse Buddhist Temple and drive through residential estates, Tanjung Aru beach and Likas Sports Complex. Unravel Sabah ‘s heritage at the State Mosque. Learn more about the rich heritage of Sabah at the State Museum
Kota Kinabalu, the gateway to the rest of Sabah , is also the State Capital. It has a population of around half a million people. Kota Kinabalu, or K.K. as it is usually called, a rather new city, as the original town was destroyed during the Second World War is developing rapidly to the Asian paradise with beautiful waterfronts and flowery streets. In the vicinity of Kota Kinabalu there are various places of interest, including the offshore islands, Tanjung Aru Beach , the State Museum and the State Mosque, the Gaya Street Fair every Sunday Morning, the “pasar malam” or open night markets where you can test your bargaining skills and nearby water villages.