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.

Kedai Kopi Wah Juan

Tanjung Aru area is probably one of the oldest suburbs of Kota Kinabalu. Lies just 10 minutes away on foot from the Terminal 2, the old International Airport of Kota Kinabalu. Tanjung Aru used to be a trendy township. During the colonial time this was where the British Crown housed their civil servants. Today these housing has been demolished for new development, and just a few of these houses survived, which would be good for historical conservation. Tanjung Aru township consists of a post office, a police station, a small market in the centre and a few blocks of shoplots. This is also where the popular Daily Express newspaper printing factory is located. More than a dozen eateries operate at Tanjung Aru, which cater for the many government and private offices around this area.

Kedai Kopi Kah Hing

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noodles with mixed pork soup

Tuck away at a quiet corner, unknown to many people, is this simple kopitiam, Kedai Kopi Kah Hing, that serves lovely pork mixed noodle. For those KK Lites who are lucky enough to have found Kah Hing Kopitiam, many have been coming back for more.

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kah hing kopitaim

Pork mixed, or “Chu Chap” to the Chinese, is a mixture of pork body parts like heart, kidney, intestine, slice meat, egg rolls and meat ball. All these body parts are cooked and served with hot soup. The soup is boiled with special ingredient like herb and spices, which probably is in house secret recipe.