A very good place to enjoy a tasty bowl of Penang prawn noodle.
With a little planning, budget airlines, and a few good tips, Kota Kinabalu on a shoestring is really possible.
The fastest way to travel to Pulau Manukan and Pulau Mamutik.
Voted the most budget accommodation in Kundasang.
An all new cafe and restaurant at the 1st floor of KK Central Market. Specialise in buffet seafood steamboat.
One of the best activities at Manukan island is of course snorkelling, and it is also very affordable. All you need is a few equipment like mask, snorkel and fin, and you are ready to jump into the sea and snorkel away. For those who want to be more cautious, just put on a life jacket and it will help you to float and ease your swimming effort. If you don’t have these equipment, no worry, they can be rented at the various jetties in Kota Kinabalu, namely Jesselton Point, Beach Bums, and Sutera Harbour, while on your way to the island.
Adamas 118 Villa Type B was a hugely successful project, all the Type B units had already been sold out by LT Alliance Development Sdn Bhd.
Puncak Borneo Resort is the latest edition to the hosts of cabin, chalets, lodges, and resorts near Kinabalu National Park.
Affordable and tasty Javanese food at downtown Kota Kinabalu.
Located about 5km away from Kundasang, Golden Kundasang Highlands is one of the few accommodations built near the Mesilau area. Established in 1992, Golden Kundasang Highlands has been receiving guests from far and near. This nice and clean chalets were built into a hill slope, with a farmland in front. Two types of cabins are available for rental, deluxe (2 units) and standard (8 units).