Category Archives: Sabah Sightseeing

Gaya Street (Sunday Market): Kota Kinabalu

This is a market place held at the street of Gaya on every Sundays at the heart of the city. 

A brief history about this market place. Originally known as Bond Street, this please is the central of business for over a hundred of years and is still thriving until this day.

Here, you can find mainly local made products such as souvenirs, T-shirts, fruits, titbits, hardwares and accessories, just to name a few.



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Atkinson Clock Tower: Kota Kinabalu

Atkinson Clock Tower is the only oldest standing structure in Kota Kinabalu that has survived to this day.

Built in 1903, it was built in the memory of Francis George Atkinson who was the first district officer of Jesselton (which Kota Kinabalu was known) during the British North Borneo Chartered Company administration.

Atkinson Clock Tower

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Brief Introduction: Borneo Island

A brief introduction to the Borneo Island.

Borneo Island is located at coordinate 1.0000° N, 114.0000° E and is the third largest island in the world. The island is shared by three countries, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. Indonesia occupies the largest share of the island which is about 73%, Malaysia 26% and Brunei, 1%.

Borneo Island
Borneo Island