Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre

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Sandwiched between the Signal Hill and Likas Sport Complex, lies this wonderful piece of wetland that has been gazetted as a state Cultural Heritage Site since 1998. Formerly known as Kota Kinabalu Bird Sanctuary, now it has been renamed Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre, which is a 24 hectare remnant patch of once extensive mangrove forest in this coastal city.

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Gayang Seafood Restaurant

Gayang Seafood Restaurant sells cheaper seafood if compared with the expensive restaurants in Kota Kinabalu.

Fresh Red Snapper steamed into prefection, and with tasty black sauce for gravy, this is promise to be a wonderful dinner celebrating with friends and family.

Gayang Seafood Restaurant is another popular venue for KKlites to enjoy great seafood dinner with friends and family. Spacious and open air dinner hall is the landmark of Gayang Seafood Restaurant, and this is another reasonable price seafood restaurant. To get here, travel north on Jalan Sulaman, and turn in at the next junction on the left after passing Salut Seafood Restaurant. The journey takes about 25 minutes from Kota Kinabalu City.