Our Location

The Kota Kinabalu International Airport (“KKIA”) is located within 20 minutes drive from the hotel. The Hotel is strategically located among a host of pubs, restaurants, night clubs and budget hotel accommodation. Our hotel guests can easily find places to dine and unwind, all within walking distance from the hotel.

The hotel is conveniently close to some of the Kota Kinabalu’s trendy tourist spots and destinations (popular places of interest in Kota Kinabalu (“KK”):-

Kota Kinabalu Handicraft Centre – Popularly known as Pasar Filipina (Filipino Market), it is located along Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens across Sinsuran Complex. The Handicraft Centre is a favourite shopping haunt for locals and tourists alike and is one of the must see place in Kota Kinabalu (“KK”) city.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Park – Only 10 – 20 minute speedboat ride from the city of Kota Kinabalu (“KK”), this marine park is made up by a cluster of islands consists of Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug. It is also an interesting dive location for experienced divers and underwater photographers.

Golf Courses – Sabah Golf & Country Club, The Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club, Karambunai Resort Golf Club, Sandau Golf & Country Club, Sabah Golf & Country Club, Kinabalu Golf Club, Dalit Bay Golf & Country Club, etc.

City Mosque – The largest floating Kota Kinabalu City Mosque is exemplary of the Islamic contemporary architecture and it is even possibly the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia.

Monsopiad Cultural Village – A living museum, which is made up by many traditional buildings, is located 16km or about half an hour away from the Kota Kinabalu (“KK”) city centre.

Sabah State Museum & Heritage Village – Built in 1985, this Museum complex is sited where then British North Borneo Governor’s Istana was once located.

Kinabalu National Park – This is probably the most spectacular national park in Malaysia.

Poh Toh Tze Temple – Built in 1980, this temple is a Buddhist temple located off Tuaran Road.

Resorts and Beaches – Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru, Sutera Harbour Resort, Gayana Island Resort, Police Beach, Tanjung Aru Beach, Anjung Senja, etc.

Tun Fuad Stephens Park – It is the biggest recreational park and most important jogging site in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia.

Cultural Calendar – Such as Dragon Boat Festival races, Lepa-Lepa Regatta, Harvest Festival grand celebrations, Sabah Fest, KK Jazz Festival, Tamu Besar Kota Belud, Mt. Kinabalu International Climbathon and F2000 World Cup Powerboat Race, Chinese New Year Carnival, Lion and Dragon Dance Festival, City Day Celebrations as well as various sporting tournaments, regattas, religious and ethnic celebrations, concerts and exhibitions throughout the year.

Other attractions – Likas Stadium, Menara Tun Mustapha, Sabah State Assembly, etc.

Next to the Kota Kinabalu (“KK”) city’s best shopping, dining and entertainment spots and joints:-

  • 1 Borneo Hypermall, Waterfront Explanade, Centre Point Shopping Mall, Warisan Square Shopping Mall, KK Plaza, Central Market, Wisma Merdeka Shopping Mall, Api Api Centre, Wawasan Plaza, Kompleks Asia City, Kompleks Karamunsing Shopping Mall, Tai Seng Seafood Cold Storage, Wisma Sabah, etc.
  • Ocean Seafood Village, Old Village Seafood Restaurant, Port View Seafood Restaurant, Toscani Restaurant, Kohinoor North Indian Restaurant, Korean Restaurant, Little Italy Pasta & Pizza Corner, Grand Port View Seafood Restaurant, The Place Overtime Café & Lounge, Suang Tain Open Air Seafood Restaurant, etc.

Gaya Street Sunday Market

Ocean Seafood Village

Philippine Market