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Kota Kinabalu City Tour

Kota Kinabalu City Tour
Kota Kinabalu is the capital of the state Sabah, Malaysia. The city is located in the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea. Kota Kinabalu is often known as K.K. within Malaysia and internationally. It is a major tourist destination and a popular gateway for travellers visiting Sabah and Borneo. Within the city the interesting places to visit are the Menara Tun Mustapha Building, Observation Pavilion for a bird's eye view of the City, Poh Toh Tze Chinese Buddhist Temple, Likas Mosque and Sabah State Museum.

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Marine Ecology Research Centre (MERC)

Borneo is home to a large array of unique marine life. However, many endangered and rare marine creatures are constantly threatened by human development and over fishing practices. The MARINE ECOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER (MERC) education programs focused at eliminating the long term root cause of these problems with local communities. The center provide a sanctuary for creatures in distress by providing them with immediate assistance. By making an organized effort to save these creatures, we are able to slow their declining numbers as we find solutions to problems affecting them. The Center also rescue many endangered sea creatures from the dinner tables of local fishermen and educate them on the socio-economic value of marine life and biodiversity to our survival and way of life.

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Marine Ecology Research Centre (MERC)

 

Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Spring

Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Spring
Enjoy the breath taking views of the valleys and mountain range along the way. En route, make a stop at Nabalu Village to savour local fruits and to bargain prices for the handicrafts. At Kinabalu Park, visit the Exhibition Center and the Mountain Garden. Lunch at a local restaurant. Depart for Poring Hot Spring and on arrival, trek to the Canopy Walkway 60m above he forest floor. At Poring, visitors can also dip in the baths fill with soothing sulfurous water.

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Mari Mari Cultural Village

Mari Mari Cultural Village in Sabah is an amazing living museum showcasing the dwellings of the ethnic tribes of Sabah, Borneo set in a natural jungle setting. At the village, you will be ushered to the warmth of different homes of the ethnic tribes built by descendants of the tribes. A unique experience offers an insight into the life of the tribes in Sabah, simulated by the residents of the village and witness the various dance performances by dancers in their native costumes whereby visitors are encourage to participate.

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Mari Mari Cultural Village

 

Tip Of Borneo

Tip Of Borneo
The journey will take approximately 3 hrs passing by villages and the town of Kota Belud. Stop at a community project where the local natives rear Bees for its honey and bees wax. Watch the demonstration of collecting the honeys from the bee farm. If there is any honey at the nest, an opportunity to try the honey. Proceed to the Tip of Borneo, locals call it Tanjung Simpang Mengayau. Witness the mixing of the two seas, South China Sea from the west and the Sulu sea from the east. Photo opportunity of this place with its white sandy beaches and clear water.

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Rungus Longhouse

Kudat a three-hour drive north of Kota Kinabalu, is famous for its rich cultural heritage and blending of ethnic groups especially the Rungus, the largest main ethnic group living in Kudat. The Rungus, a sub-tribe of the Kadazandusun, are the main ethnic group living in the Kudat region. They are renowned in Sabah as highly skilled artisans, who traditionally make colorful beaded necklaces from local plant seeds and day, with motifs of ancient designs, usually signifying old fables and legends.

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Rungus Longhouse

 

Kota Kinabalu Heritage Walk

Kota Kinabalu Heritage Walk
Guests will be greeted by our professional Heritage Guide upon arriving at the Padang Merdeka, the starting point of the Walk. The duration of the Walk, beginning from the Padang Merdeka takes approximately two and a half hours with interesting commentary on the pre-war, postwar and post-independence eras of Kota Kinabalu by the Guide. As the group size will not exceed twelve participants, guests can be rest assured that they are well taken care of.

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Monsopiad Cultural Village

Monsopiad Cultural Village is based on the Legend of Monsopiad, a reknown warrior/headhunter of Kadazandusun tribe. The village houses are built with local traditional materials in the design of the ethnic tribe of Sabah, a visit to this village will offer a glimpse of culture of the Kadazandusun people of Sabah.

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Monsopiad Cultural Village