Travellers in Sunny Singapore now have another option to make their way over to the Land Below the Wind as Malindo Air inaugurates their Singapore (SIN) - Kota Kinabalu (BKI) direct flight on the 10th of August 2018.
I booked a #GetLucky Mount Kinabalu climb with Amazing Borneo in which solo travellers or a small group of people can meet fellow travellers and summit together!
Tourists are welcomed to visit the Kota Kinabalu City Mosque provided visitors follow the newly-imposed rules from 1st August 2018 onwards.
Pendant Hut will be experiencing water shortages from 19th July 2018 onwards due to minor maintenance works on the water supply system.
When it comes to booking a Mount Kinabalu, the vast number of reviews cascading the world wide web has turned myths into widely accepted facts. We will be debunking these claims and separating the fact from the fiction.
SeaTango's Discover Scuba Diving trip gave me the perfect opportunity to put on my first scuba diving gear and explore the marine underworld of Sabah.
It only took me a couple of minutes after landing in Kota Kinabalu for the first person I met to tell me about the beautiful sunsets in Sabah.
"You landed just too late, you missed the spectacular sunset tonight!" said my Grab driver, "You should definitely go check it out tomorrow, most of the time it's incredible!"
Upon arrival at my hotel, I took a couple of those activities leaflets and fell upon a two-hour last sunset cruise, North Borneo Cruises. This was it! What better way is there to admire a sunset than up-close on water?
Attention to all travellers!
Kindly be informed that Sabah Parks (the collecting agent for Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN)) has revised the Sipadan Conservation Permit Fee to MYR 148.40 per person, per day (inclusive of 6% Malaysia Goods & Services Tax (GST)) effective on August 14th, 2018.