Kota Kinabalu (pop 500,000) is the state capital of Sabah. Almost all of the town was destroyed during the 2nd World War and has been completely rebuilt with a number of new and impressive buildings. Places of interest are the State Museum with galleries on ethnography, ceramic, natural history, archaeology, history and limestone caves. Drive up Signal Hill for a bird’s eye view of the town and the surrounding South China Sea. The 32 – storey Sabah Foundation Headquarters in Likas Bay is the only building in Asia with column – free floors. Not far away is the Po Toh Tze Temple, very colourful Chinese buddhist temple with a statue of Kuan Yin,City Mosque, State Mosque and beach at Tanjung Aru is an ideal spot to catch the balmy sea breeze, watch the sunset and try out fresh coconut water and satay.
|Number of Adults||2 – 7 Person||8 Person Above|
|Rate Per Person||RM 100||RM 90|
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