Let's have fun in the city of Kota Kinabalu, formerly known as Jesselton during in the British era. Our Kota Kinabalu city tour will offer you an unforgettable experience together with our friendly tour guide during the three hours sightseeing. We will guide you into the heart of our friendly people, lifestyle and culture.
A photo stops and visit to Sabah prominent landmarks Kota Kinabalu city mosque, Chinese Buddhist temple and Tun Mustapha tower. The visit will eventually give you the idea of an evolution from a small fishing village to become of one the bustling city in Malaysia. The journey will also culminate with a tour to Sabah state museum, the best Museum in the region.
We will also offer you an extraordinary city tour with our added value package to Tun Mustapha gallery situated in Sabah iconic building, Tun Mustapha tower. Tun Mustapha gallery is a memorial dedicated to Sabah's father of independence, Tun Datu Mustapha Bin Tun Datu Harun.
0900 /1400 Meet and greet by our good looking tour guide for an introductory tour of Kota Kinabalu.
Proceed to Tun Mustapha Tower for a photo stop - a magnificent building with its reflective glass panel stands, 30-storey high in the Likas Bay area and is instantly recognizable as Sabah most prominent landmark. It has a central core with steel brackets supporting each floor and there are only a few structures in the world with similar feature. A visit to Tun Mustapha gallery is an option (entrance on pax account). Photo stop at Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, which is a contemporary design of Islamic architecture. It was built in 1997 on an area of 2.47 acres at Likas Bay. The prayer floor can accommodate up to 12,000 people at one time and houses of three madrasahs.
Visit the Chinese Buddhist Temple - 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, Kwan Yin, standing tall at the main entrance of the temple.
A visit to the Sabah State Museum will encompass tour to various galleries housing Natural History, Ceramics, Ethnography and Archaeology exhibits, among others.
At last, a brief shopping at the local handicraft bazaar for handicraft and essential items that Locals eat and use. Tour ends.
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