SABAH TRAVEL RESOURCES
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Kota Kinabalu in Sabah is known for its iconic tourist attractions and vibrant culinary scene. Never miss to explore the seafood choices offered here.
Gaya Island, is a beautiful and unspoiled Malaysian island located a mere ten minutes off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in Borneo.
Bad At the tip of Borneo, the sleepy village of Kudat draws travelers every year who are searching for a fun and interesting getaway destination. Once an important trading post, the village now thrives on tourism. It is surrounded by picturesque landscapes, coconut groves, and the beautiful Peninsula.
The island has acted as heaven for countless visitors for many years. While many have discovered this scenic and peaceful spot, it is still considered…
This quaint town with fascinating history and access to some of the best outdoor wonders that Borneo has to offer should definitely be on your itinerary.
In city that is so small, there is surprisingly plenty to do. It’s hard to limit to 60 things. The next time you’re in KK, check these things off your list.
Manukan (or Pulau Manukan), is one of the easiest access island from Kota Kinabalu city. 15 minutes boat ride away, made the destination ideal for day tour.
Prepare to wake up early on Sunday morning because you will be heading to once-a-week market fair at Gaya Street. You’ll have chance to buy plenty of….
Coming to KK and have no idea how spend your time for best local experience? We came up with this useful list for your reference so you can spend time on…