Sabah Guide

Tour Packages and Transport Services

Email bookings to: [email protected] 
For any inquiries, contact:
Donna: 016 8337388
Sharon: 012 803 3020

TTLx Summit 2023

Date: 29th September 2023
Starting Point: Sabah Tourism Board Building, Gaya Street

Walk Duration: 09:00am – 11am
Contact: +6 0128028824


You may also learn more about Sabah Travel Advisory and essential information here.

Video credits to Sabah Tourism

Video credits to Sabah Tourism



A popular place for having the infamous fish noodle soup amongst the locals and tourists. Choose between the refreshing tomato clear soup or the spicy tom yum soup with a choice of steamed or fried fish or both! 

ADDRESS: Lorong Hilltop, Taman Far East, 88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

SPECIALTIES: Fish noodle soup, fried fish cakes, local coffee

OPENING HOURS: Mon – Sun: 7.00 am – 11.00 pm


Perfect place for seafood lovers. Wide variety of fresh sea food and other Sabahan vegetable dishes. 

ADDRESS: Lot G 18, Ground Floor, Kompleks Asia City, Phase 2A, Jalan Asia City, 88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

SPECIALTIES: Asian cuisine, Halal cuisine, Seafood

OPENING HOURS: Mon – Sun: 12.00 pm – 11.00 pm


Every Sunday morning, the whole stretch of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the street fair. A must visit market while in KK, you will be fascinated by the various items and goods sold at this fair. From arts and crafts, batik sarongs, footwear, fruits and flowers, local snacks and cakes, antiques and souvenirs, to even pets and herbs, this is the best place to experience the culture and lifestyle of the locals. 

ADDRESS: Gaya Street, Sabah

SPECIALTIES: Local products, fresh raw food


Sun: 6.00 am – 1.00 pm

Mount Kinabalu

Nested in the Kinabalu National Park, the iconic Mount Kinabalu stands at 4,095 meters above sea level. Among the sought after mountains worldwide, Mount Kinabalu is among the most accessible, being just 90km away from the Kota Kinabalu City Centre, and strategically located enroute to several districts in Sabah; Kota Marudu, Sandakan, Tambunan to name a few.

ADDRESS: Ranau, Sabah.


Mon – Sun (including public holidays): 9.00 am – 4.00 pm


The Marine Park is a cluster of islands; Gaya, Sapi, Manukan, Mamutik and Sulug. Except for Sulug, the other four islands are easily accessible and commercially ready for visitors. Snorkelling, scuba diving, beach activities, water sports and picnics by the beach are some of the activities visitors can enjoy. Visitors will also be delighted to know that they can try the Coral Flyer zipline experience, Malaysia’s longest island-to-island zipline, that start from Gaya to Sapi Island. Island hopping tours can be booked on the spot at the Jesselton Point jetty terminal. For diving activities, it is advisable to make a prior booking with a dive operator.


Sabah Parks, Lot 45 & 46, 1st – 5th Floor, Block H, Signature Office, KK Times Square, Coastal Highway, 88100 Kota Kinabalu.

+60 88 523 500 / +60 88 486 434 / +60 88 486 435 / +60 88 486 436

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Mountain Range
You can expect to see birds such as the Malaysian Treepie, the Laughing Thrush, Short-tailed Magpies, Sunda Laughing Thrushes, Whitehead’s Spiderhunter and not forgetting the endemic Mountain Barbet.

Lowland Forest
There are a few prime bird watching areas in Sabah with this terrain, such as, Danum Valley Conservation Area, Tabin Wildlife Reserve both located in Lahad Datu, Rainforest Discovery Centre (RDC) in Sandakan and Poring Hot Springs in Ranau.

You can expect to see the endemic Bornean Bristlehead, the Scarlet Minivet, Banded Broadbill and the Red-bearded Bee-Eater. In Tabin alone, you can find 8 endemic species including the Bornean Bristlehead and Blue-banded Pitta.

Kinabatangan River holds one of the world’s richest ecosystem and makes Kinabatangan an excellent location for bird watching. Highlight in Kinabatangan : 8 species of Hornbills, Oriental Darter and Storm’s Stork.


Today, Sabah boasts numerous golf clubs located in all corners of the State with some courses set amongst breath-taking scenery and offering interesting and challenging play, whatever your handicap and levels of challenge may be. You can choose to play in the city, by the sea, high above the sea level or closer to earth at the fringe of lush vegetation.

A world-famous golfer once said that one of the main pleasures of the game lies in its natural elements are brought in, to test the player to the full. In fact Graham Marsh said it, in the Benson & Hedges Holiday Golf guide to where to play and stay in SEA, published 1978.

This great East Malaysian state on Borneo Island is naturally endowed with endless beaches and bays, ancient rainforests and amazing plants and animals, and the sacred Mt Kinabalu – and all this natural beauty is blended into the landscape of the golf courses, making Sabah truly a golfer’s Paradise.


Ibis Styles Kota Kinabalu

1, Jln Taipan 28, Inanam,
88450 Kota Kinabalu,

+6088 285 888

*Hotel is 8.6km away from Venue.


Jln Tunku Abdul Rahman, Asia City, 88000 Kota Kinabalu,

+60154 874 1234

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*Hotel is 2.2km away from Venue.


No.1, Mile 1.5, Jalan Tuaran, 88400 Kota Kinabalu,
Sabah, Malaysia.

+60 82 277 767

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*Hotel is 7.0km away from Venue.