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Sea Tango Sunset Cruise in Kota Kinabalu
"When the sun goes down and the city begins to light up Kota Kinabalu takes on a whole new look. This sunset experience out at sea adds a whole new dimension to the beauty that envelopes the already charming laid-back town. Besides whoever said that sunsets are only enjoyable from a beach hasn’t seen it from our side! Hop onto our spacious custom-built catamaran and get in touch with Sabah’s coastal charisma as you sail into the famous Kota Kinabalu sunset departing from Sutera Harbor Marina Club Jetty. Come as you are sandals or shorts this is a casual and relaxed affair. Cruise past the enchanting Tunku Abdul Rahman Islands that dot the South China Sea indulge in outstanding ocean vistas from our sun-deck and delight in tasty tropical treats
From SGD86.00
 
Full Day Kinabalu Park Tour
"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel lobby at 7:30am and head to Kinabalu Park. A ride that traverses through the Crocker Range with panoramic views of the surrounding hills. The journey will bring you at least 2 hour drive with an air-condi you can catch the magnificent sight of Mount Kinabalu South East Asia’s highest peak. The Kinabalu Park is a World Heritage Site with incredible mega bio-diversity of flora and fauna a heaven for nature enthusiasts. Along the way you will be passing through the local villages handicraft shop and fruits orchard just next by the main road.Upon arrival at the park join a guided nature walk along one of the various trails of the park to learn and discover the flora. Enjoy the refreshing and cooling air away from the busy ""
From $65.00
 
Snorkeling Day Trip with Coral Flyer Zipline in Kota Kinabalu
"Snorkeling is a fun recreational activity that anyone that has swimming skills can enjoy. Unlike scuba diving going snorkeling does not require a tremendous amount of training or the use of heavy or expensive equipment. Going snorkeling only requires the use of goggles a snorkel mask and swim fins.You can snorkel either from the boat at the snorkeling sites or enjoy the crystal blue waters at the white sandy beach on one of the islands inside the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park.After your snorkeling session your guide will bring you to Coral Flyer Zipline starting point at Padang Point on Gaya Island. You will take a walk up to the starting point of the Zipline. You will be introduced to the Zipline safety guide where they will provide an explanation of how""
From $55.00

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Something cool

It is best to pack very light for this trip. If you are flying in or out be sure to check the luggage allowance before you leave home. Light weight cotton clothing is needed here. It is very hot and...
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kyoub
Mar 16, 2009

Travelling in December/January

Unless you are backpacking (in whick case this tip doesn't apply), standard suitcases are fine for visits to Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan. However, if you are going to one of the lodges on Kinabatangan...
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bumpychick
May 24, 2007

Be weather prepared!

Carry as little as possible, except your water bottle and if you have cameras, make sure you have security straps. Long dangling earrings are a no-no. These guys can pull! if you do have a bigger bag...
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Fudge
Jun 14, 2006

Binoculars and Good Camera

useful to have a rain jacket (the thin ones) as it's hot in the jungles and you jsut want to be protected from the rain while not feel too hot. It's humid so don't bring your padded rain jacked. Just...
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Fudge
Jun 14, 2006

From warm to light weight in KK Park

Moving around Kota Kinabalu park with luggage is a lot easier if you have a back pack. We had about a 15minute walk from the headquarters to our accommodation. My husband had a back pack but I had a...
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hennanights
Jun 12, 2006

Its not that bad

I know everyone recommend that you take bug spray but I have to admit I never really used it. I only got bit once from a mosquito and I never saw a leech the whole time I was in the Jungle. I'm...
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hennanights
May 16, 2006
 
 
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Useful items for visiting Sabah.

Backpacks are always the most convenient for this kind of travel. Waterproof covering is essential - especially in the rainy season. Light clothing is a must for the lowlands - it is very hot. Certain...
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SanguiniA
Jun 24, 2005

What you need for your Mount Kinabalu Climb

Small day-pack enough to put 1-2 days of clothes. - Definitely long sleeves- Sweaters / Jackets / Windbreaker- Hiking Shoes- At least 2 pairs of socks- Gloves- Beannie or head scarf - Pills for...
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bkoon
Jan 23, 2005

Baby wipes

Baby wipes were the best investment that I took with me. Because of the humidity and the fact that I was in the jungle, a shower wasnt always available to me, but a quick wipe down with a baby wipe...
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suzyq40
Aug 11, 2004

Shoo fly dont bother me

No more really needs to be said......Pack mossie repellant. Make sure it has a good DEET rating. Mine was that strong that it took my nail polish off....not so sure that it was so good for me, but...
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suzyq40
Aug 11, 2004

Sucker if you dont pack Leech socks

If you are intending to travel to the Jungle, a piece of advice for you....pack or buy some leech socks before you get there. I prevents the leeches getting in your boots or down your socks and I...
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suzyq40
Aug 11, 2004

HOT AND STICKY

hiking boots for jungle treksloose clothing in natural fibresfoldaway raincoat [ its a RAINFOREST ! ] mozzi guard, we didnt get bitten but its great for making leeches drop off !VERY IMPORTANT ! take...
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BerniShand
Apr 29, 2004

Mossi Repellent, Sun block

Rucksack if you're seeking for some adventure activities such as trekking through Crocker Range, climb up mount kinabalu Boots, sandals Sun block, mosquito repellent, lip balm, mosturizer Digital...
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clsan
Feb 06, 2003

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Top Things to Do in State of Sabah

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Manukan Island

Manukan island is one of the 5 islands which make up the Tunku Abdul Rahman national marine park (along with Mamutik, Gaya, Sapi and Sulug). Between 10 and 3, you're spoilt for choice of boats leaving...
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TRACC

I came for 2 weeks and wished I could stay longer, This is a great place to visit, learn and contribute to saving part of the coral reefs. I made bottle reefs and igloos, we planted them into the...
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Signal Hill

Visited the Signal Hill Observatory Platform the highest point in Kota Kinabalu , while we did the city tour. Climbed here with the Bas Persiaran , saw the glimpse of Kota Kinabalu from above. The...
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Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

It was my first time visiting a zoo in Malaysia. It was a family trip with my siblings and their kids. It really surprises me with the complete zoo facility including local and some international...
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Canopy Walk

A visit to the Kinabalu Park is not complete without a jaunt to Poring. Situated 40km away of the Park HQ. You can climb to Canopy Walkway from 9am till 4pm and there's a guided walk at 9am....
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Gaya Street

Wet,day,night ,and sunday markets ,are always in our itinerary to be visited. This Gaya Street Sunday Market opened from early in the morning , about 6.00 as i remembered. The market stretched along...
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bkoon

"Up the AWESOME Mountains, Down the GLORIOUS Ocean"
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SanguiniA

"Sabah - Malaysian Borneo"
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kyoub

"Eco-Tourism"
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Fudge

"SABAH - Land of SO MUCH EXPLORATION :)"
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ayesh

"Spirited Sabah"
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