Grace Point

Grace Point is a well design and well organise food court in Kota Kinabalu, and is only 2km away from the city.

Just 2 kilometres south of Kota Kinabalu at the suburb of Sembulan, Grace Point tagged as The City’s Secret Garden is a well designed and a well managed food court. High ceiling and open air are the main building features. The eating area has a modern setting consists of white tables that mixed and matched with orange and white chairs. These combination of colours is very smoothing to the eyes. The atmosphere at night can be very relaxing too, as warm lights are used to light up the gardens around the food court. The Double Six Monument is located at Grace Park which is just beside Grace Point food court, and there are plenty of parking space available for the guests. Grace Park and Grace Point are both managed by Sutera Harbour Resort.

Climbing Mt. Kinabalu


mt. kinabalu 

Every year more than 55,000 people from all over the world come to Sabah for one purpose only, and that is to climb Mount Kinabalu, the highest Mountain in Malaysia. Standing at 4,093 metres, Mt. Kinabalu is also the highest Mountain in Borneo Island, the second largest island in the world after Greenland. The areas in and around Mt. Kinabalu have some of the world most diversified fauna and flora, well over 3,000 different spices have being classified to date. In recognition of the importance of this biological role and value, UNESCO has designated Mt. Kinabalu Park as a World Heritage site in the year two thousand.

Kedai Kopi Jia Siang

Drive around the scarcely limited parking area of Lintas Plaza, one will not miss this always crowded eatery called Kedai Kopi Jia Siang. “Jia” means home, and “Siang” means smell nice in Mandarin. A good name is always important for any business, with “Jia Siang” being such a nice name no doubt business is booming. People come here for the ever so tasty pork-mixed noodle, just come once, and there is a guranteed return. For the past few years, Jia Siang Kopitiam has become very popular, and its legion of fans has been growing steadily ever since.

Melinsung Beach

The west coast of Sabah is blessed with many beautiful beaches, while the popular ones have made it to the travelling books, there are still many beaches yet to be covered by the mass media. One of these less visit beaches, even by the local standard, is Melinsung Beach, which lies 28 km south of Kota Kinablu, and only 8 km away from Papar town. This 3 km long sandy beach is connected to a shallow sea bed and is constantly washed up by the gentle waves from the South China Sea. The tall Pine trees along the beach seem to go on forever, creating a great perspective view, and some drift woods scattered along the beach giving it a more rusty look. On a clear day when the big blue sky open up ones are easily enchanted by the beauty that nature provides. The unobstructed horizon also offers an unforgettable sunset view. Melinsung Beach is a much sort after addition, for those who prefer a serene, quiet, and peaceful beach.

Mantanani Island

Sun bathing on a quiet powdery white sandy beach, while enjoying the gentle breeze of the tropical island, and looking out at a big blue sea that stretches to the horizon, which yields almost no sign of human civilisation, one has surely arrived at the beautiful Mantanani Island, one of the best keep secrets on the west coast of Sabah. Only recently promote as a tourists destination, Mantanani Island has miles and miles of unspoiled beaches, and the shallow coast line around the island offers a splendid snorkelling experience, with visibility around10 metre, a wide variety of tropical marines life are easily spotted on the extensive coral reef habitats.