The historic Padang Merdeka has seen many sporting matches and parades during its century-old history, as well as being the site of the historic ceremony marking the formation of Malaysia in 1963. This year (2010) it hosted the first nationwide Malaysia Day celebration in which 16th September has been declared as a Public Holiday.
– Kota Kinabalu Travel Guide
On June 6th, 1976, an airplane carrying Sabah’s fifth Chief Minister, Tun Mohd. Fuad Stephens and six other State ministers crashed, killing all on... Read More
Located in Petagas, Kota Kinabalu (about 10 minutes’ drive from the city centre), Petagas War Memorial was built in remembrance of those who lost... Read More