Our group wanted to have a sea food buffet during one of our nights in Kota Kinabalu. After having our night city tour, we went to Kampung Nelayan for a sea food dinner as suggested by our tour guide.
Around three-hour away from Kota Kinabalu city, Kinabalu Park or Taman Kinabalu is Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site. After our canopy walk and visit to Poring Hot Spring, we went to see Kinabalu Park’s botanical garden.
Our KK trip was very much filled with fun and thrilling water activities with our white water rafting and island hopping tour. We were also very much delighted to get around the city. And yes, there’s more! We had another unique experience when we visited Mari Mari Cultural Village.
We stayed in Le Hotel for 4 nights during our travel to Kota Kinabalu for only PHP3500/pax inclusive of breakfast.
Sabah is well known for its very rich marine resources. Its capital, Kota Kinabalu (KK), shows the evidence with the extensive variety of sea food products being sold at the local markets.
Not just the usual nature park, Kinabalu Park will treat you with an exciting canopy walk and therapeutic hot spring plunge.
Aside from island hopping, white water rafting and visiting Kinabalu Park, Poring Hot Spring and Mari-mari Cultural Village, we spent three nights roaming around the streets of Kota Kinabalu.
Are you willing to be away in a fine, white sand beach with crystal clear, turquoise water? Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, a few kilometers away from KK, will definitely have so much in store for you!
White water rafting or simply rafting is one of the thrilling water activities for the adventurous ones. Curious for the exciting experience like any other first timers, our group tried rafting at Kiulu River located in the northern part of Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.