Century Hotel

Lot 12 Jalan Masjid Lama, Bandaran Berjaya, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia
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three days

by adelaidean

we have three days here to celebrate our 10th anniversary before we head out to do a turtle island, kinabatangan river and sepilok...
we are staying at shangri la tanjung aru resort..
what should we NOT miss!

Re: three days

by carteki

You need 1 day to discover KK and possibly another for the islands. Not much else doing. I'd go to the museum. It is dry and very tedious, but has lots of information about the history. (Have you read up on these area's?)

Re: three days

by adelaidean

we are mainly going to Borneo for the sanctuary...we thought because it was our anniversary that we would stay at KK. I have done a little bit of research,but as we only have 3 days I wanted to have the opinion of real travellers rather than a tourist book

Re: three days

by GrumpyDiver

I personally found that there was not much going on in KK proper. We went scuba diving for a day off one of the islands just off KK and it was not that great either.

Sepilok and the eco lodges (sukau in our case) up the Kinabatangan River, etc. were highlights of our trip there two years ago.

Re: three days

by benlim03

National Park is not a bad idea. You can go for trails and if you are lucky you will get to see the famous Rafflesia flower on the road. I will not suggest you to stay inside but you stay at a lodge not far from national park which is D'Villa lodge. It is situated around 150m from national park only. It is a budget lodge for you to have a rest on the way before going to Sepilok, Sandakan.

Re: three days

by XenosUK

Definitely take a trip out to the islands! You can either do this independently by getting one of the boats from KK, or you can book an organised tour of the Marine Park at your hotel, which includes a guided tour around the mangroves on Gaya island and a bbq lunch and snorkelling on Sapi. We did this tour a few years ago ( http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6cdf8/138c41/4/ ) and it was really worthwhile.

We're going back to Borneo this weekend to see some of the places we missed last time - Sepilok, Turtle island, etc, and really looking forward to it!


Re: three days

by adelaidean

let us know what you think of the tour to turtle island etc. we are doing that as well and cant wait!
I think that the islands are a big must!

Re: three days

by kenstan

I wouldn't miss the Pardis River rapid trip or going out to one of the Islands.

Travel Tips for Kota Kinabalu

Mini Bus

by yuet29

If Sabahan said 'take the bus', it is very likely that it is a van.

There are local public buses which is really a bus; but sometimes for some longer distance journey, such as from ranau-KK, the 'bus' is actually a van.

Cold Mountain!

by dimanche

Good trekking/climbing shoes are very important because its quite a long climb. Temperatures can drop to less than 10 when you're nearing the summit of Mount Kinabalu, so it would be advisable to bring some waterproof, thick windbreakers and gloves to keep yourself from getting sick if you're not used to cool temperatures. Bring a camera which will not get stuck under cold temperatures, if not, you'll regret it if you are not able to take down the breathtaking scenery!

only chilled out classical thai beach in borneo!!

by hansripcurl

woowweee..finally after looking around for a non package..non breakfast included..non samsonites..non per pax(400-900RM) a nite beach huts..I found IT!!!
Manana Borneo...thru a friend I was recommended and these guys dont advertise man!!Solely from the word of mouth and their networks from Perhentians Islands...cool plp and great vibes here...books and hammocks(thai) and a private beach thats no touristy..PERFECT!!At the time we check in there were only 10 huts and a split level Rest/bar...kayaks to rent..snorkeling is amazing...acres of corals with no other boats!!Way worth it then those islands near KK....Electricity are only thru the night..but the Bar chilled out areas spins cool music all day...their trade marks are Ben Harper n J.Johnson...all day man!!Reminds me of Koh Pang Ngan...sweet!!LUV this place n the crews!!PLZZZZ only tell the specual fews...coz I'm definately coming back as Taiwan is home for another 2 years...

Borneo Books

by yipsufen

Borneo Books is a specialist book store, covering natural history, guide books, maps, environment, forestry, sustainable management, fruits, flowers, herbal medicine, culture, Sabah history & exploration.

A reading area and information point with difficult-to-find information on ecologial and conservation subjects. Workshop reports and scientific reprints can be photocopied for you. It stocks information you are unlikely to find easily elsewhere. The bookstore also displays work by local artists. Paintings and photographs are for sale.

For foot sore customers, it offers an oasis of relaxation and interest with comfortable seating, coffee and tea and interesting things to read.

Cable access is available on request on a reasonable basis. Recharge your laptop and mobile phone at the recharging station.

Address: A235-237 (F), 2nd floor, Phase 1, Wisma Merdeka


by shintarojon about Milimewa

April 17, 2006

1. Cornitos BBQ - MYR 1.40
2. Yin Tea - (20 tea bags) - MYR 4.20
3. Tong Garden Broad Beans - MYR 1.90
4. Cudburry Mini Hot Choco - MYR 11.90
5. Herbal Tea - MYR 1.20

6. Sabah Tea (50 grams) - MYR 3.40
7. Rainforest Tea Bags - MYR 3.95
8. Dove Essential Shampoo - MYR 4.80
9. Kopi -O (coffee) - MYR 3.90
10. Chrysanthemum Tea (1.50 liters) - MYR 1.50
11. Bawang Merah Goreng (2 packs) - MYR 3.00

Total amount - MYR 45.75


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Century Hotel Kota Kinabalu

Address: Lot 12 Jalan Masjid Lama, Bandaran Berjaya, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia