Dyana Express transports passengers to Lahad Datu, Kunak and Semporna.Dyana Express provides passenger transport from Kota Kinabalu to three major towns at the south eastern part of Sabah. Lahad Datu, Kunak and Semporna are these towns. Lahad Datu main economic activities are palm oil, rubber and cocoa plantation. Kunak is a fishing village. Semporna is now the gate way to Sabah underwater heaven. The jetty at Semporna connects snorkelers and scuba divers to Kapalai, Mabul, Mataking, and the world famous Sipadan Island.
Travelling around Sabah can take up some time and at time tiring, this is due to the long distances between towns and city, as well as some poor road condition at certain area. But with a bit of planning and with proper time table, this can really help. Tung Ma Express is one of the largest long distance bus companies in Sabah. It has express services to the east coast, south-east coastal region, and the interior of Sabah. Its coaches have comfortable seats and air-conditional which are a blessing when going long distance. For schedule and pricing read on….
Below are the various fees that one may have to pay in order to get the proper permit to climb Mount Kinabalu, and all these fees can be settled at the Kinabalu Park Headquaters administration office just right to the entrance of the park. (Last update 20th October 2008)
|Non-Malaysian above 18 years||RM 15.00|
|Non-Malaysian 18 years and below||RM 10.00|
|Malaysian above 18 years||RM 3.00|
|Malaysian 18 years and below||RM 1.00|
|Non-Malaysian above 18 years||RM 100.00|
|Non-Malaysian 18 years and below||RM 40.00|
|Malaysian above 18 years||RM 30.00|
|Malaysian 18 years and below||RM 12.00|