Discover places of interest in Sabah’s capital city, Kota Kinabalu.
0900 hrs pickup from hotel.
Visit the Filipino Market. Takes the opportunity to buy some local handicrafts for you to bring home.
Visit 30-storey building call Datu Tun Mustapha Building. Previously known as Sabah Foundation Building where it seats the State Chief Minister.
A few minutes drive away is the Poh Toh Tse Buddhist temple, the second oldest temple in Sabah.
Visit the Floating Mosque in Likas area or State Mosque and get the magnificent view of its 13 gold plated domes which is represent the number of states we have in Malaysia.
Lunch at local restaurant.
Transfer back to your hotel.
Return land transfer, English speaking guide, entrance fee (Where applicable) and lunch
Bring along camera, drinking water and extra cash for other purchase during the tour.
Please do note that all rate display/ charge is only applicable for online reservation /payment.
The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to sickness, weather, strikes, war quarantine or other traveler.