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Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour

Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour

From: RM380.00

From day until night, go on an exploration encompassing history, culture and local delicacies in the Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour. Learn about the people of Sabah and their traditions at Mari Mari Cultural Village, visit the most interesting attractions of the city and find unique crafts at the markets.

Tour Includes


  • Private return land transfers throughout the day
  • Private english-speaking guide
  • Cultural extravaganza at Mari Mari Cultural Village
  • Local lunch, high tea and dinner
  • Explore Kota Kinabalu city best attractions with entrance fees where applies

Our online promotion offers the best value for money. Please contact us if you require a tailored holiday package. When booking online please tell us in the notes section of the booking which KK City Hotel you are staying at for your pick up. If you don’t yet know leave it blank.

NO BOOKING FEE & NO CREDIT CARD FEES ARE CHARGED BY US FOR ONLINE BOOKINGS.

Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour

The Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour is a fun and exciting day trip going in and around the beautiful city of Kota Kinabalu from morning until night time. Previously named Jesselton, the city was razed to the ground in WWII by the Allied Forces abandoning it during the invasion of the Japanese. In 1963, the city was rebuilt and named Kota Kinabalu. Kota Kinabalu is a busy city with a small town atmosphere. Affectionately known as simply KK, the longer you spend here the more the place grows on you. Overlooking the South China Sea and the beautiful tropical islands and virgin rainforest of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, the Crocker Range and Mount Kinabalu as its backdrop, one could not wish for more superior visual variety. The main landmarks here include a bird’s eye view of the city at Signal Hill, Pu Tou Tze Buddhist Temple, Handicraft Market, Sabah Foundation Building with only three of its kind in the world with such design concept and a picturesque City Mosque built on a manmade lake!

Mari Mari Cultural Village

Located in the countryside about 25 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu city centre, the village aims to share the knowledge, history, culture, and tradition of 5 different main ethnic tribes in one village namely the Kadazan-Dusun, Rungus, Lundayeh, Bajau and Murut. In the Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour, visitors are acquainted with each village tribe with opportunities to immerse one’s self in their rich culture and daily life through various perspectives. Highlights include a chance to see blowpipe-making, tattoo-making, fire-starting, ricewine-making demonstrations, bamboo cooking, try out the traditional bamboo trampoline, and sample Sabahan traditional delicacies from each ethnic group.

The Downbelow Price Promise

The Downbelow Price Promise: When booking your trips with us, you can rest assured that you are getting the best value for money. Our packages are protected under our PRICE PROMISE. This means that if you can provide us with a bona-fide quotation from elsewhere, we will match the price providing the inclusions and standard of accommodation is the same.

Your Safety is Our Priority

Our expert guides are all trained in first aid and we carry comprehensive first aid kits for participants of this program.

Best of Kota Kinabalu Tour

09:00 – Meet your Guide and Transfer to Mari Mari Cultural Village
09:45 – Arrive Village – Explore five different ethnic homes of Sabah – Sample rice wine and traditional Sabahan Delicacies
12:00 – Traditional local cooked Lunch with cultural show
13:00 – Depart village and transfer to Kota Kinabalu for an exploration – Visit Buddhist Temple, Signal Hill Lookout, City Mosque, Kg. Air Water Village, Waterfront, Sabah Museum, Sabah Foundation Building, and Handicraft Market for some light shopping
16:00 – High Tea at Local Restaurant
18:00 – Visit the Night Market
19:00 – Travel to Local Restaurant for Dinner
20:30 – End of Dinner and Transfer back to your hotel

• Private Return Land Transfers Throughout The Day
• Private English Speaking Guide
• Entrance Fees At Sabah Museum
• Lunch At Cultural Village
• High Tea At Local Restaurant
• Local Dinner
• Cultural Performances
• Alcohol And Carbonated Drinks
• Personal Expenses
• Items Not Explicitly Stated
• Camera
• Hat / Cap
• Insect Repellent
• Sun Cream
• Drinking Water
• Raincoat
• Own Expenses For Items Purchased During Visits
• Comfortable Walking Shoes And Clothing

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