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
Lot 3, 1st floor
Putatan Point, 88200
Putatan Sabah Malaysia.
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 Tour itinerary might involve some walking and late lunch.
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