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Fast Food Restaurant
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“If you are looking for a place that has it all, then IMAGO Shopping Mall is a great place! This shopping mall is located in Kota Kinabalu city centre, about 10minutes drive from the airport. Besides shopping, it also features a movie theater, kids games and rides, food, souvenirs and so much more, making it one of the MUST visit place in KK! Monday 10am-10pm Tuesday 10am-10pm Wednesday 10am-10pm Thursday 10am-10pm Friday 10am-10pm Saturday 10am-10pm Sunday 10am-10pm ”
  • Door 55 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“Many famous hawkers and restaurants and bubble tea cafe have their outlet here. You at enjoy shopping and delicious food at the same time. ”
  • Door 21 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“KK is famous for fresh seafood. And this place has Cheap and tasty seafood. Look for the Green signage for serve no pork ”
  • Door 38 locals aangeraden
Museum
“Good introduction to the history of Sabah. Long houses outside the museum. 沙巴州博物院”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Scenic Lookout
“Get a birds eye view of the city centre of Kota Kinabalu from this lookout point! There is no need to hike up and it is just a short car ride up the mountain from the city centre with absolutely rewarding views. ”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Entertainment
“From rice-wine making to blow-pipe shooting to fire-starting, soak up some culture and sharpen those survival skills at the Mari-Mari Cultural Village. Experience Sabah, as it was.. as it is, the cultural village is engaging and educational for those who wish to get a glimpse of Sabah way back when we still lived in long-houses and practiced pagan rituals.”
  • Door 20 locals aangeraden
Nature
“THE place to be to see the sunset if you're in KK. Nice long beach and a park next to it. There are stalls selling food and souvenirs also. Come in the morning when it's cooler because the sun is in your back or slightly later in the afternoon when the sun is cooler and catch the sunset. Can be quite crowded with tourists during weekends.”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
Mosque
“Kota Kinabalu City Mosque (Malay: Masjid Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu) is located at Jalan Pasir on the shores of Likas Bay. The mosque is partially surrounded by a human-made lagoon which is where the name of "The floating Mosque" comes from. The mosque is a popular tourist destination. The mosque can be visited by non-muslims, except during prayer hours. Visitors are required to wear modest clothing, long pants and long sleeves. Monday 8am-5pm Tuesday 12am-5pm Wednesday 12am-5pm Thursday 12am-5pm Friday 12am-5pm Saturday 8am-12.30pm Sunday CLOSED”
  • Door 19 locals aangeraden
Market
“Sunday market that sells everything from souvenirs to pets. worth to spend a morning here. Remember to try the pineapple juice, yes! I mean the whole pineapple... yummylicious!!!”
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Harbor / Marina
“Jesselton Point is a ferry terminal to Labuan, Brunei, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and Gayana Island. Jesselton Point Waterfront offers casual dining and retails and handicraft stalls as well. Monday 6am-5pm Tuesday 6am-5pm Wednesday 6am-5pm Thursday 6am-5pm Friday 6am-5pm Saturday 6am-5pm Sunday 6am-5pm ”
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Entertainment
“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. Built in 1905, this all-wood, no-nails structure was built in memory of Francis George Atkinson- the popular first District Officer of Jesselton during the British North Borneo Chartered Company Administration. This Clock Tower has the distinction of being the oldest standing wooden structure in Kota Kinabalu that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II. Till today, it still serves to keep the city’s time. The Atkinson Clock Tower is managed by the Sabah Museum under its Antiquity and History section.”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Place to shop
“Cheap Pearl & Fresh seafood! There are so many seafood stalls to choose from. However, generally all the stalls offer about the same seafood and price should not differ much. Therefore, just take your time to have a detailed look and pick whichever stall you feel good about.”
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Night Club
“A fairly new joint for party lover with live music and show. Offer varieties of hard liquor, beers and wine. ”
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Place to eat
“Originally named Bond Street, Gaya Street located in the Kota Kinabalu has been the centre of business for over a hundred years. The wooden shops with nipah roofs are long gone but here is where generations-old family businesses are still thriving passed down from father to son. 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 flowers, arts and craft, footwear, antiques and souvenirs, cakes, even pets and herbs!. This is the best place to experience the cross-section of the local population when entire families enjoy a Sunday Outing”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
Asian Restaurant
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“Apart from their very strategic location in the heart of the city centre, the food is excellent. Especially recommended is the Claypot Chicken Rice. Just remember there is usually a large crowd here and you have to wait for a table. ”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
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“Personal favorite restaurant for Italian cuisine. Very popular venue for a romantic date or a family dine in.”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden

Toprestaurants

Restaurant
“KK is famous for fresh seafood. And this place has Cheap and tasty seafood. Look for the Green signage for serve no pork ”
  • Door 38 locals aangeraden
Asian Restaurant
“Apart from their very strategic location in the heart of the city centre, the food is excellent. Especially recommended is the Claypot Chicken Rice. Just remember there is usually a large crowd here and you have to wait for a table. ”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
“Personal favorite restaurant for Italian cuisine. Very popular venue for a romantic date or a family dine in.”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Chinees restaurant
“NON HALAL Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh (佑记肉骨茶) is the most crowded restaurant in Gaya Street of Kota Kinabalu city after office hours, and throngs of local and tourists come to try their famous Bak Kut Teh (肉骨茶 in Chinese), which is pork and organs simmered for hours in soup of herbs and spices (such as star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang gui and garlic). The broth has nice aroma of traditional herb and the soup is thick and rich in meat sweetness. Once it enters your mouth, your body will send you a rewarding signal to tell you that it’s nutritious stuff. ”
  • Door 17 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
“Dry or Soup noodles Highly recommend to order the fried fishcakes to share They do serve seafood tom yum noodle soup if you are a spicy fan”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Fusion food at reasonable prices. Great drinks esp mango mambo and mango smoothie”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Bar
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Halal Restaurant
“Local delicacies such as Roti Kahwin, Teh tarik, dim sum station and etc. It is very quaint with old style furniture and decoration. Blend in with the locals here. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden

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