|11 & Above||RM 90||RM 45||Private Transfer|
|7-10||RM 120||RM 60||Private Transfer|
|4-6||RM 150||RM 75||Private Transfer|
|3||RM 170||RM 85||Private Transfer|
|2||RM 200||RM 100||Private Transfer|
All Rated Are Quoted In RINGGIT MALAYSIA & NETT (No Hidden Cost Unless Otherwise Stated)
Child rate applies for children between 3 – 11 years old. Rate charged according to number of adults in the group.
Infant below 2 years old is Free of Charge.
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Outskirt Hotels Pick-Up and Drop Off Surcharge
There is additional charges for hotel pick up outside the city: MYR 30 per person for pick up from Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Tuaran Beach Resort, Nexus Karambunai, etc.
Return Land Transfer
Cover 7 Places of Interest
English Speaking Guide
Camera Fees (If any)
Others not stated above
The museum is closed on every Fridays.
Please keep us inform if you do not wish to visit the chinese temple.
The safe keeping of your personal belongings are at your own responsibility.
Not recommended to bring valuable items with you.
Sun Block Lotion
Sun hat/Sun glasses
Wear a pair of comfortable walking shoe/sandal.
Pick up from your hotel lobby in Kota Kinabalu city.
Proceed to Atkinson Clock Tower, one of the most enduring landmarks in Kota Kinabalu which has stood prominently on the bluff along Signal Hill Road. Then, visit to Signal Hill, where you can enjoy the beautiful skyline of the city with a view that extends to the nearby islands.
After that, we will proceed to one of the city’s most outstanding landmarks – “Wisma Tun Mustapha” (formally known as Sabah Foundation Building), which popular with its unique architectural design. This sparkling 30-storey tower block is one of the few buildings in the world that utilize a single column structure, with 96 high tensile steel rods supporting its steel radial brackets. The tour also include a photo stop at KK City Mosque. This majestic white floating mosque boasts similar features to the Nabawi Mosque in Medina. The mosque has a prayer hall which houses three madrasahs and accommodates from 9, 000 to 12, 000 people at a time.
Proceed to Puh Toh Tze Chinese Temple before heading to Sabah Museum. Explore the traditional houses of Sabah’s ethnic community in the Heritage Village next to the museum. The last stop will be the Filipino Handicraft Market, a place for you to buy local souvenirs. There is a market next to Filipino Market selling local snacks if you want to try some! Or you dont feel like shopping, we will send you back to your hotel in Kota Kinabalu.
Kota Kinabalu, formerly known as Jesselton, is the city capital of Sabah. Strategically situated in the Northwest Coast of Borneo Island, facing the South China Sea and Tunku Abdul Rahman Park on one side, and set against the backdrop of Mount Kinabalu; this beautiful ‘Nature Resort City’ stretches for miles along the coast and towards the inland. If you have a few hours to spare, give yourself a break and explore the highlights of Kota Kinabalu – a city that combines urban style and colonial romanticism, modern yet laid back and fringed with towering trees, vines and green canopies.