• The Menara Tun Mustapha is a circular tower of steel and glass stands 30 storeys high in the Likas Bay area and is instantly recognizable as a Sabah icon.

  • The Mari Mari Cultural Village is situated amidst a remote forest setting in Kionsom, Inanam. Its surrounding atmosphere may faintly remind you of ‘The Lost World’; in the Sabahan sense.

  • Island tours can be booked on the spot at the Jesselton Jetty except for diving which requires prior arrangements with a dive center. Island hopping is also an alternative.

  • Every Sunday morning, the length of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the Fair. Shop for anything under shady trees and over-sized umbrellas, like batik sarongs, fruits and Sabah souvenirs.

  • One of the most enduring landmarks in Kota Kinabalu, it stands prominently on a bluff along Signal Hill Road adjacent to the old Police Station.This no-nails structure was built in memory of Francis George Atkinson.

  • The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park was officially open to the public on the 17th February 2007. It is located along the Penampang-Papar old road and is fully developed by the Sabah Wildlife Department. The park consists of two components: zoological and b

  • First of its kind in South East Asia and among the five upside-down structures in the world (3 in Europe and 1 in Japan), Rumah Terbalik Tamparuli has spawned thousands of visitors ever since it first opened its doors to the public in February 2012.

  • Take a unique guided journey through limestone caves, dense jungles, mangrove area, coral reefs of Sipadan, the Northern Tip of Borneo and Tiga Island at The Green Connection, a family-friendly conservation centre dedicated to conserve and educate th

  • The road leading up to Signal Hill Observatory Tower is a scenic route – covered with lush greenery, the journey uphill is a calm and cooling one. Whether you are an avid cityscape photographer or a hopeless romantic, the Signal Hill Observatory To