Kota Kinabalu , the gateway to Sabah, a land known for its natural beauty and cultural heritage is just a footstep away from all wonders and excitement. Sandy white beaches at Tanjung Aru, beautiful gardens at Prince Philip Park and Taman Tun Fuad are situated within Kota Kinabalu. The five islands (Pulau Mamutik, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sulug, Pulau Sapi and Pulau Gaya), a wildlife sanctuary for the preservation of coral reef and tropical fish is a few minutes boat ride from Kota Kinabalu. For those who prefer the river, then the Kionsom Waterfall will be a good alternative. Even the ever famous Mount Kinabalu is just a couple of hours drive from the State Capital. The rich cultural heritage of the 83 ethnic groups in Sabah and harmony between provides kota Kinabalu with an asset comparable to none. You can find more Sabah Travelling information on: Useful Links on Sabah Borneo and Sabah Hotels Listing .
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