The Upside Down House Of Borneo or “Rumah Terbalik Borneo” is probably the latest tourist attaraction in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It started operation on 1st February 2012 and officially opened on 10th March 2012 by […]
The Sabah State Museum sits magnificently on top of a hill, clearly visible to all motorists on the roads below. Easily accessible from the main road where many buses ply from and to Kota Kinabalu […]
Fancy looking at aquariums, fishes, sea urchins, whiprays and other marine life while in Kota Kinabalu? The Marine Aquarium And Museum of the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) campus is the place to go. It houses […]
The famous Gaya Street of Kota Kinabalu is one of the main streets in Sabah. It has the largest number of shop lots, legal offices, banks, eateries and financial institutions than any other streets in […]
If you are looking for a nice place to unwind and relax your mind and taking cool pictures of the city centre, then you might want to check out Kota Kinabalu Side Walk at Jalan […]
Lok Kawi Wild Life Park is officially open to public on 17th February 2007. The wildlife park is located about 25km (about 15 – 25 minutes drives) from Kota Kinabalu on a 280 acres of forested land. It is easily accessible by either the Old Penampang-Papar Road via Donggongon or the Putatan-Papar Road.
Formerly known as Kota Kinabalu City Bird Sanctuary. The 24-hectare ((60 acres)) Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre was gazetted in 1996 and was designated as a State Cultural Heritage 2 years- later. The Centre was opened to public in 2000.
The SIGNAL HILL OBSERVATORY which is located on the hills near Padang Merdeka is considered by many as the best place for an overview of Kota Kinabalu. The hill, itself forming a lush green backdrop of the city, looks down over the ever-growing buildings and across the sea towards Pulau Gaya.