Kota Kinabalu City Day Tour & Filipino Market Shopping


REGION: Kota Kinabalu
PICK UP POINT: Your Hotel in Kota Kinabalu City
PICK UP TIME: 10:00 Hrs
DROP OFF POINT: Your Hotel in Kota Kinabalu City
DROP OFF TIME: 14:00 Hrs
* All timings are estimated and for reference purposes only. Actual timing will be provided prior to your departure.

Tour highlights

  • Visit Third Tallest Building in Sabah - Tun Mustapha
  • Visit Sabah Museum
  • Photo stop at Sabah City Mosque
  • Photo stop at Chinese Temple
  • Filipino Handicraft Market
  • Escorted Tour by Professional Local Guides
  • Hotel Pickup / Drop Off

Sample itinerary

Day 1 - Kota Kinabalu City Day Tour & Filipino Market Shopping

  • Our guides will greet you at your hotel lobby upon pick up, and on you go for a day in the sunny state capital. First up, some architectural splendor! The Sabah City Mosque, also known as Sabah Floating Mosque. Get those shutters snapping as it is the largest dome of its type in Malaysia.
  • Next stop, the Goddess of mercy and compassion, “Kuan Yin”, stands tall at The Puh Toh Tze Buddhist temple, located off Tuaran Road. Built in 1980, the temple stands out with its traditional Chinese roofing and structure. Ten large statues of deities adorn the temple with the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin, standing tall at the main entrance of the temple.
  • Up next, behold the tallest architectural marvel in Kota Kinabalu, The Yayasan Tower standing 122 meters high, also officially known as Menara Tun Mustapha (Sabah Foundation Building). Built in 1977, this 30-storey circular glass sculpture boasts a unique edifice utilizes a single column structure that is one of the very few in the world.
  • Immerse yourself in some culture at the Sabah Museum. Dive deep into the history that shaped Sabah into what it is today. A heritage Village on the museum grounds grants u passage into the different types of traditional houses of various indigenous groups that brings colour and richness to Sabah.
  • Enjoy the tastiest fried chicken in Sabah at Borenos Fried Chicken.
  • Your next destination is Art Attic at Lorong Dewan. This cosy room showcases the handcrafted gems and masterpiece creations of talented local Sabahan artists—keep an eye out for unique and useful souvenirs as memoirs of your beautiful stay in Kota Kinabalu!
  • Next up, we will visit the buzzing Filipino market! Make sure to get your knick-knacks, travel souvenirs, and fishy favourites like dried seafood here.
  • At the end of the tour, drop off at your hotel or at Imago Mall for your shopping time (own arrangement back to the hotel).
Meals : Lunch

Meals Lunch
Include Hotel Pickup & Drop off, Land Transportation (Seat-In-Coach), English Speaking Guide, Entrance Fees
Exclude Personal Travel Insurance, Beverages, Any Items Not Mentioned


  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • T-shirt
  • Comfortable Shorts/Pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat/Cap
  • Raincoat or umbrella
  • Camera
  • Hat / Cap
  • Baby Car Seats (for infant aged 0-2) and Child Booster Seats (for children aged 3-11) are available for rental. Please check with your tour consultant for availability.
  • The Museum is open daily (including Public Holidays): Mon-Sun  |  09:00 Hrs - 17:00 Hrs.
  • This package is based on join-in basis of shared guide and transport vehicle.  Private Guide or Tour is available upon request at a reasonable fee.  Please inform us when making the bookings.
  • Departure time is approximate and varies from different hotels due to traffic conditions, please reconfirm with our staffs. Should the transport be delayed, please call the relevant telephone number as stated on the voucher before making alternative arrangements.
  • For those who drop off at Imago Mall, please make your own way back to your hotel. No additional transfers will be arranged.
  • The above itinerary will be subject to slight changes to accommodate the traffic conditions. Should a place of interest be closed, or inaccessible by coach, we will have it replaced to another destination at the sole discretion of our Amazing Borneo's professional tour guides.
  • Tipping is like giving a hug. Although it’s never expected, it’s always very much appreciated.