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Kota Kinabalu


Perfect for history and beach lovers

Kota Kinabalu is the hub and gateway for all who wishes to immerse themselves in the natural splendours of Malaysian Borneo. Kota Kinabalu is the bustling gateway to acclaimed Kinabalu National Park. The park's high point is 13,400-foot Mount Kinabula, Malaysia's tallest peak, a mecca for climbers. Ninety miles away, thrilling jungle trekking and camping await in the Crocker Range National Park.

The very few historical landmarks left under the British colonial ruling are the Atkinson Clock Tower and Sabah Tourism Board building (formerly Jesselton Post Office), obliterated by bombing at the end of World War II. These historical monuments with the mix of fast-modernising city and huge towering old shady trees lining the edge of Signal Hill, makes Kota Kinabalu unique in aesthetics, a charismatic blend of both old and new.

The bustling Kota Kinabalu resort waterfront, complete with marina and golf course and host a number of trendy bars, restaurants, and hotel lines.



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