Kota Kinabalu City Tour

No visit in the county of Sabah is complete without a Kota Kinabalu city tour! Fascinating and exotic, the city hides its strong cultural roots behind a modern architecture that fascinate your eye and the mind at every corner! Decades of history and interesting stories dazzle you, leaving you no other choice but to take the time and visit the city.

Founded by the British North Borneo Company, the city received the name of the company’s vice-president, Sir Charles Jessel. Courageously facing the many pirate attacks that have marked its history, the city managed to achieve great economic and cultural prosperity. After the Second World War and the end of the Japanese administrative occupation, Kinabalu became Sabah County’s capital.

The city is known for its attractions, places with a particular history and importance. The Kota Kinabalu city tour starts with a visit at the City Floating Mosque, a reference point for the Muslim community. Constructed on an artificial lake, the Mosque offers a unique view from all sides, seeming to float on the water floating.

The next places to visit would be the Petagas War Memorial and the Sabah Museum, two of the city’s most important symbols. Displaying important pieces of history, the museum alone hosts artifacts of a considerable age: approximately 20,000 years old, and talk about the first human settlements in the area.

After a good dose of culture and civilization, it is high time you visited the modern Sabah Indoor Climbing Center and enjoy its skating park. Of course, the list of places to see and activities to try does not stop here, but the above information should be enough to convince you that Kinabalu is the perfect destination for you and your loved one.

Combine fun and relaxation with beauty, history and culture on the Kota Kinabalu city tour that will change your life – book your vacation now and start packing, as paradise is waiting!

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½ Day
  • Observe a bird’s eye view of Kota Kinabalu from Signal Hill.
  • Proceed to Sabah Foundation Building – one of the few hanging structure in the world.
  • Stop over at the Buddhist Temple.( Puh Toh Tze)
  • Visit the Sabah State Museum ( Museum is closed on Fridays) which displays artifacts from Sabah’s past and modern work of art that speak of a vibrant, dynamic present.
  • Pass by the State Mosque – this resplendent structure, with its majestic domes and gold motifs, is a spectacular sight.
  • Drive to Tanjung Aru to see the imposing sights of the long sandy beach.
  • Return to your hotel
  • Guided tour
  • transportation
  • entrance fee
  • Kota Kinabalu City
  • Tun Mustapha Building
  • Floating Mosque
  • Poh Toh Tze
  • Signal Hill Observatory Platform
  • Handicraft Market
  • Sabah Museum

Minimum 2 adults, for single person bookings please contact us.

PackageBookingPer Person
  • Half Day Tour
2+ AdultsRM121.26
Child (5-11 years old)RM99.21
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