Green View Lodging House

80B jalan Belia, Karamunsing, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88300, Malaysia
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Travelling around at KK

by eugenie_limyy

Hi.I will be travelling with my friends to KK on Mar 2010 and we have 15 pax.My biggest concern is the transportation around KK and to Kinabalu park & Poring Hot Springs.Is it easy to get transportation to and fro Kinabalu park & Poring Hot Springs?Shall we pre-arranged the transportation thru tour agent or to get one at the taxi stand(as i read from the few forum here).I surveyed and find the tour in KK is a bit expensive.Need some advice on this.


Re: Travelling around at KK

by teevee

Hope some of this will help but you may know already. Things you can do without tour agents while you are in KK:

1.Visit TAR islands Manukan etc...snorkel etc you just need to find out the timetable for the boats going out to the islands. Any accomodation place shld have this

2. Go to Kinabalu Nature Park from KK by bus is about an hour or so. But if you intend to climb the mountain, do make prior arrangements for accomodation there as it is very popular.

As for Poring, my group had rented a driver&van to a long trip...picked us up from Kinabalu Nature Park (KNP) after the mountain climb to Poring and on to Sandakan then back to KK. But if you are going to go to Poring only,you might enquire tour agents the cost of taking you from KNP to Poring since there is a large number of you and perhaps back to KK. It could be more cost effective than taking a cab. There might be buses going to Poring from KNP not sure but it would probably be on an hourly (or less frequent) basis. There are cabbies tho and you could nego. price (when i was there it could be done).some may have vans that you pay per pax as KNP to Poring is a very common route. Perhaps you can also nego. since you have that many friends that instead of say rm20 per head, reduce it to rm15?Coz the driver doesnt have to wait for more passengers. Depends on the time of day you reach back at the park after the climb. By dusk, cabbies are that way renting a van prior to going there is better (the driver will wait for all of you) If you don't do the climb, still, spend a few hours at the park and trek up for two hours or so and enjoy its beauty. Remember to pack some food though. The cafe at the park is quite nice to chill&pack food. You should not leave Sabah without going to KNP a Unesco World Heritage site!

Re: Travelling around at KK

by din2x

The average cost of van rental without driver is around RM300-400. with driver, you add another RM50 to RM100, depends on your negotiation skills. Van can seat around 10 passenger. THey usually use Kia Preggio or Toyota Hiace. Expect to spend RM60 for petrol per day.

If you have problem getting a van, let me know.

Re: Travelling around at KK

by deankumar

Hello there~ You guys should try GG Motorbikes Rental Company which based on Wisma Sabah, Kota Kinabalu~ they have the cheapest rate for transportation by riding a motorbike like scooter & dirt bike~ the good thing about riding a motorbike is you won't get stuck in a traffic jam, you can go everywhere by your own pace & stop by to enjoy beautiful sunset on the beach (sabah is famous by many beaches also), easy to park, & budget~ for a scooter, the price is rm45 for a day and if u have passenger on your motorbike, it's gotta be RM22.50 each person~ they're also have discount rate for many days rental~ check out their website

Travel Tips for Kota Kinabalu

At sunset

by ntm2322

Most of VT members are photo addicts, they take a shot at almost everything and then place them at their homepages.

If you come to Kota Kinabalu don't miss its sunset, just beautiful.

My photo was taken from the Hyatt hotel.

Carry tissues

by stevemt

Tissues - I would suggest you always carry one of those pocket size packets of tissues with you.

Useful for many things, last but not least is cleaning up after gorging on those fantastically messy chicken wings the hawkers sell which are iresistable.

The Mesilau trail in search of the Rajah Nepenthes

by daddygila

Nepenthes rajah [ni-pen'th?z ra'ja], named after the White Rajah of Sarawak) is an insectivorous pitcher plant species of the Nepenthaceae family. It has a very localised distribution, being restricted to Mount Kinabalu and neighbouring Mount Tambuyukon in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.[2] N. rajah is famous for the giant urn-shaped traps it produces, which can grow up to 35 cm high and 18 cm wide.[3] These are capable of holding 3.5 litres of water[4] and in excess of 2.5 litres of digestive fluid, making them probably the largest in the genus by volume.

Want Pearls?

by stevemt about You can buy them everywhere

Pearls are a big shopping item in KK. They are good quality and cheap.

They can be bought at department stores, Jewellers, and at market stalls ie the Craft market at the waterfront and at the Gaya St Sunday market.

At the last 2 remember to bargin the price down.

food and drinks

by shintarojon about Serway Hypermart (inside K.K. Plaza Branch)

(last date visited - June 21, 2006)

Serway Hypermart (inside K.K. Plaza Branch)

a) jackfruits - RM 1.00
b) balimbing - RM 1.00
c) Lipton tea - RM 1.00
d) Water - RM 1.00
e) jack & jill chips - RM 1.00


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 Green View Lodging House

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Address: 80B jalan Belia, Karamunsing, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88300, Malaysia