Places To Go

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

13.7km - A wildfile park that caters for whole families, boasting both zoological and botanical sections. Inside, you can find animals such as the Malayan tiger, Borneo Pygmy elephants, and Proboscis monkey. https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/lok-kawi-wildlife-park/





Monsopiad Heritage Village

Monsopiad Heritage Village

6.4km - Consisting of many traditional buildings alongside the Penampang River, Monsopiad Cultural Village is a living museum named after a fearsome warrior who lived in the village of Kuai about 200 years ago.

https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/monsopiad-heritage-village/



Tanjung Aru Beach

Tanjung Aru Beach

9.5km - If you're looking for one of the most beautiful sunsets on earth, try this beach, which is named for the aru trees that is found there. Visitors may also visit the the Kinabalu Golf Club, Shangri-la’s Tanjung Aru Resort, or the Kinabalu Yacht Club.

https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/tanjung-aru-beach/



Petagas War Memorial

Petagas War Memorial

6.1km - On 21st January 1944, 176 Sabahan warriors were massacred for defending Sabah from the Japanese in World War II. Here you'll find beautiful plaques and lawns that are built right on top of the location where they passed, in memory of their brave sacrifices.

https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/petagas-war-memorial/



Dinawan Island

Dinawan Island

12.6km - A private island with breath-taking scenery and relaxing atmosphere, visitors can either just relax and unwind, or take part in several activities such as snorkeling, scuba-diving, and other water sports.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Parks

Tunku Abdul Rahman Parks

10.7km - Consisting of five islands (Gaya, Manukan, Sapi, Sulug, and Mamutik) with beautiful beaches, Tunku Abdul Rahman Parks is ideal for those who wish to dive and snorkel in its renowned dive sites.

https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/tunku-abdul-rahman-park/



Kinabalu Park, Kundasang

Kinabalu Park, Kundasang

101km - Standing majestically at 4,095m, Mount Kinabalu is located in Kundasang, and is the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea. Mount Kinabalu derives its name from the Kadazan word, ‘Aki Nabalu’, meaning ‘the revered place of the dead’.  https://www.mountkinabalu.com/


Imago Shopping Mall

Imago Shopping Mall

8km - IMAGO Shopping Mall is a 1-stop premium shopping mall located at the heart of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Enjoy the hotel complimentary shuttle service to Imago Shopping Mall available everyday for our in-house guests convenience. Prior booking is required. https://www.imago.my/Home/

 

Suria Sabah Shopping Mall

Suria Sabah Shopping Mall

12km - Suria Sabah is a shopping centre located in the city of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Enjoy the hotel complimentary shuttle service to Imago Shopping Mall available everyday for our in-house guests convenience. Prior booking is required. https://suriasabah.com.my/


Jesselton Point, Kota Kinabalu

Jesselton Point, Kota Kinabalu

13km - Jesselton Point, located at north of Kota Kinabalu city, is a prominent ferry terminal to Labuan and Brunei, Tunku Abdul Rahman Park (Manukan, Sapi, Mamutik, Sulug and Gaya Island).  http://jesseltonpoint.com.my/


Kiulu Water Rafting, Tamparuli

Kiulu Water Rafting, Tamparuli

54.5km - Kiulu River is a great river for beginners, both elderly and kids may join this trip thus makes it suitable for a family trip. https://riverbug.asia/sabah/whitewater-rafting-kiulu-river


Padas Water Rafting, Beaufort

Padas Water Rafting, Beaufort

114km - This exhilarating excursion covers a distance of 30 kilometers—making it the longest rafting route in Borneo by far. Padas River has also been rated to have some of the best and safest rapids in South East Asia. It is suitable for rafters aged 12 to 55. https://riverbug.asia/sabah/whitewater-rafting-padas-river


Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary

Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary

327km - In the centre of the mangrove forests of Semawang is the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, where you can see Borneo’s indigenous proboscis monkeys. This privately-owned sanctuary located within an oil palm estate gives you the chance to observe these animals up close and personal. https://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/labuk-bay-proboscis-monkey-sanctuary/