Category Archives: Sightseeing

Kasih Sayang Health Resort: Kokol Hill

If panoramic view of the city of Kota Kinabalu and Mount Kinabalu is what you are looking for, why not head over to Kokol Hill? It’s a hill located about 30 minutes drive away from the city centre of Kota Kinabalu and is considered the best place to be for panoramic view of Kota Kinabalu city.

This post is entirely about Kasih Sayang Health Resort located near the peak of the hill, which I happened to get a chance to experience a night stay and to write about it, basically, my review and what I think about this place.

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Cycling For Free in Kota Kinabalu

Are you fancy of cycling to explore the city of Kota Kinabalu? The city hall of Kota Kinabalu has just introduced their latest product that allows you to just to do just that and it is free.

In order to do so, head towards Kota Kinabalu City Hall (Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu – DBKK) office which is located at Gaya Street. There, you will be required to place a RM200 deposit in exchange for a card that allows you to collect your bicycle from a machine located just outside the city hall office.

If you have decided not to use the free bicycle facility from the city hall anymore, you can always return the card and get your RM200 deposit refund.

Have you tried out the facility? Not me, yet but if you have done so, please tell me about your experience below. I would love to hear that!

5 Must-Visit Places In Kota Kinabalu

The state of Sabah, Malaysia, on the northern part of Borneo is famous among tourists around the world for its eco-tourism. There are so many to do here, ranging from diving around oceanic island to exploring the colorful marine life, snorkeling in crystal clear waters, climbing one of the highest mountain in South East Asia, jungle trekking in the dense virgin rain forest or just simply exploring and experiencing the people here, which comprises people from different cultural and ethnicity and of course, this also means tasting of varieties foods that you may not be able to enjoy anywhere else.

Kota Kinabalu (used to be known as Api-Api and Jesselton) is the state capital of Sabah. The state’s only International Airport is located here so if you’re visiting Sabah from other countries, most probably you will drop by at this city. The city itself has a lot to offer and in case your time of visiting is limited, why not consider the top 5 most visited places in Kota Kinabalu listed below.

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A Day Trip To Pulau Sapi/ Sapi Island Off Kota Kinabalu

Pulau Sapi, or Sapi Island is one of the 5 islands that make up the marine park known as Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, which is located just off the coast of  Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah.

In local terms, the word ‘Sapi’ means cow and why is it called such, I have no idea. It definitely doesn’t look like a cow if I look at the map of this island (Please comment below if you know the story so I can be enlightened). What I do know is that if you’re looking for island-based fun, you will have to head to an island (which Sabah has many) and the nearest island from my home, is the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park.

Why specifically Sapi Island this time? Well, it was originally a plan with a group of friends to explore a little corner on the island that is not frequented by visitors, but unfortunately we later found out the trail leading to that little corner has being closed to the public.

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