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Kota Kinabalu City Tour

Kota Kinabalu City Tour

from RM175 per person

Kota Kinabalu, or “KK” as it is popularly known, is a pleasant Borneo surprise, set between lush tropical hills and the South China Sea. It is the state capital of Sabah and a resort-city of exciting contrasts – vibrant, serene and hassle-free, with modern infrastructure and many attractions.

Kota Kinabalu Day Tour

Strategically situated less than three hours by air from East Asian capitals, KK has direct flights to/from major cities – Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Seri Begawan, Singapore, Manila, Cebu, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kaoshiung, Seoul, Tokyo and Sydney. KK was granted city status on  2 February 2000. It is the Eastern hub and Gateway to Malaysia.

TOUR CODE: AVA-SBCH-002
PRICE: FROM RM 175
MIN. PAX: 4

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Kota Kinabalu
  • Dress Code
    Use Comfortable Light Cotton Casual Attire With Long or Short Pants Is Recommended As Humidity Is High Throughout
  • Included
    Kota Kinabalu City Tour
    Return Land Transfers
    English Speaking Guide
    Meals as Indicated
    Entrance Fees
    6% Goods and Services Tax
  • Not Included
    Personal Travel Insurance
    Insurance
    Backup Car
    Safety Gears & Equipment Appropriate for the Activity
    Rafting Certificate
    Climbing Insurance
    Climbing Certificate
    Climbing Permit
    Camera & Video Fees
    Carbonated & Alcoholic Drinks
    Tipping
    Other Items Not Stated
    Return Air Fare
    Accommodation
    Return Boat Transfers
    Activity Guide
    Jetty Fees
1
Wisma Tun Mustapha
The Kota Kinabalu city tour will take 4 hours to half day and you will visit 6 interesting places.  A unique place to visit is Wisma Tun Mustapha (formerly known as Sabah Foundation Building) built in 1977. This sparkling 30-storey tower block is one of the few buildings in the world that utilise a single column structure.
2
Sabah State Mosque
The Sabah State Mosque officially opened on 28 June 1977 and is elegantly influenced by both contemporary and ancient Islamic architecture.
3
Puh Toh Tze Chinese Temple
Puh Toh Tze Chinese Temple, built in 1980 has a traditional Chinese roofing and structure. Ten large statues stand at the main entrance of the temple Kwan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy etc.
4
Sabah State Museum
Sabah State Museum located on the grounds of the former British Colonial Governer's Residence and built in 1985, consists of several buildings Science & Education Centre, The Heritage Village, Sabah Art Gallery etc.
5
Signal Hill
Signal Hill to view the Kota Kinabalu City and it’s surrounding area.
6
Filipino Market
Filipino Market where you can get/purchase travel souvenirs here, also some fishy favourites such as dried seafoods.
7
Lunch
Lunch at local restaurant before returning back to your designated hotel.

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Things to Bring:

  • Sun Block Lotion
  • Insect Repellent
  • Camera (Optional)
  • Cap Raincoat/Poncho
  • Items Of Personal Use

Remarks:

  1. The Museum is closed on every Fridays.
  2. Outskirt Hotel Pickup Surcharge = RM30.00 per pax.
  3. Should you have special dietary request, e.g. vegetarian, please keep us informed. We will try our best to meet your request.