Category Archives: Borneo

Labuk Bay Sanctuary

Labuk Bay Sanctuary is situated at the heart of the mangrove forests of Senawang. The inhabitants here are Borneo’s indigenous Proboscis monkeys, leaf monkeys, hornbill, flying squirrel and other wildlife. The platform is void of visitors when it is not … Continue reading

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Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre

Sepilok is a rehabilitation centre ¬†committed in protecting the dwindling population of orangutans. They rescue orangutans held captive, bring them back to the centre, nurture them until they are able to be independent and release them into the wild. At … Continue reading

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Signal Hill

Signal Hill is the highest point in Kota Kinabalu. From the observatory platform, you could have a wonderful view of the city, the South China Sea and the islands around the town.

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Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

The journey to Lok Kawi Wildlife Park is around 30 minutes from KK. Due to insufficient direction and signboards, the park is not reachable for first timers who are not equipped with gps. Some of the animals that I enjoyed … Continue reading

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Gaya Street

Gaya Street sits in the heart of KK, and is one of the main attractions for both locals and tourists. Every Sunday morning, the busy street is closed to traffic and turns into an open air market. Vendors are seen … Continue reading

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Kampung Air

The tag line that can go with Kampung Air would be ” Anything that swims, we have it here”. Enough of the live creatures. These are how they looked like when cooked. And finally, these are the predators ! Personally, … Continue reading

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Filipino Market

The Filipino Market is located near Centre Point in KK. It is an area operated mostly by Filipino immigrants, selling a wide variety of local products, ranging from dried seafood to cultured pearls and local snacks. Fish maw is the … Continue reading

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