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License NO. 78923892 ( Malaysia )

Kota Kinabalu City Tour

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One of the most fascinating cities in Malaysia, Kota Kinabalu is a vibrant metropolis that never loses its humble warmth and natural charms. There are plenty of things to see and do in the capital of Sabah. From culinary adventures to sightseeing, one cannot accuse Kota Kinabalu of not having much to offer. Our Sabah City Tours let you explore the city’s many facets. Experience the city in a nutshell, spend a day amidst nature, indulge in a culinary feast and a shopping spree, or experience the city’s culture up close and personal – there’s something for everyone to suit every taste and preference.

Departure & Return Location

Departure & Return Location

Price Includes

  • Entrance Fee
  • Pickup From Hotel
  • English Speaking Tour Guide

Price Excludes

  • Private Expense
  • Room services fees
  • Others not stated

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • T-Shirt
  • Sunscreen
What to expect

Start your tour with a drive through its capital, Kota Kinabalu City, formerly known as “Singgahmata” or “the Place where the Eye Lingers”. See places of interests in the city centre such as the Wisma Tun Mustapha (Sabah Foundation Building), University of Sabah, State and City Mosque and the Sabah Museum for the historical and cultural aspects of the indigenous people. Enjoy a brief stop at Signal Hill for a awesome bird’s eye view of the city skyline and nearby islands, and a chance to stop at a handicraft market if time permits.

Itinerary

Pick up guests from the hotel and proceed to the Signal Hill for a bird’s eye view of the city, stop by for a while at the handicraft market where there are variety of handicraft sold. Visit the Tun Mustapha Building, a 32 storey high used to be known as the Sabah Foundation Building. After that, visit the City Mosque, a place that can fit up to 12000 worshippers. Later on, learn more about the rich heritage of Sabah at the State Museum.