As most of Let’s Go Sago blog readers know, I recently went to Kota Kinabaluin Sabah, Malaysia. Allow me to share our Kota Kinabalu City Tour Itinerary.
Sabah State Museum
The package includes a half-day city tour with lunch sponsored by the Sabah Tourism Board and in conjunction with Borneo-Authentic tour organizer and ground handler.
Our guide Tommy introduced Kota Kinabalu with a short history, present day city life, and proceeded with our tour.
Tommy Soo is a very good tour guide as he was talkative, jolly, and shared a lot of information about Kota Kinabalu. Aside from being fluent in English, he also knows how to speak Mandarin and some local dialects.
0900am – Pick up from Myne Hotel
0930am – Sabah State Museum
1030am – Signal Hill
1100am – Poh Toh Tze Buddhist Temple,
1130am – Wisma Tun Mustapha (formely known as Sabah Foundation building)
1200nm – State Mosque
0100pm – Handicrafts / Souvenir Center
0130pm – Late Lunch
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Lot 3, 1st floor
Putatan Point, 88200
Putatan Sabah Malaysia.
Kota Kinabalu State Mosque
Wisma Tun Mustapha
Poh Toh Tze Buddhist Temple
Kota Kinabalu City view from Signal Hill
It was a packed morning until lunch as we went to six different spots around the city. More details about each of the tour in future posts.
Travel Tip: Take a heavy breakfast as the Kota Kinabalu City Touritinerary might involve some walking and late lunch.
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