Things you can do on holiday in Sabah-Borneo

Planning a great holiday in Sabah-Borneo? Yes, you've made the right choice! It is true that you will have an adventurous and amazing journey visiting Sabah, an area in eastern Malaysia.

Sabah, commonly referred to by the locals as "the land under the wind", was blessed with land rich in cultures and yet untouched by a tropical rain forest, creating fascinating places to be classified as "Travelers."

In Sabah, you will find out how rewarding your trip is. With convenience, accommodation for free and comfortable entertainment, you can choose any form of transport or simply rent a car to get you to your destination in the heart of the capital, Sabah; Kota Kinabalu. Don't worry about where to stay too much or spend several couples a week, as you'll find plenty of developing hotels ranging from 2 stars to 5 stars! It took only 20 minutes from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (Malaysia Airlines & Air Asia).

Feeling hungry and thirsty? Why not drink a fresh, new coconut drink, mouth-watering "ais kacang" (ice-red beans), "cendol" (chilled green jelly) and "ABC" (chilled mixed fruits and gels). Fill your hunger with delicious and famous Western, Chinese, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Thai and local food at affordable prices! Local tea shops also offer a variety of satisfying and delicious delicacies and snacks, such as carafe, banana deep fryers, lekor (fish finger chips), dim sum (Chinese delicacies) and pao (Chinese sandwiches filled with BBQ pork) , chicken, etc.).

Eating lunch, yes, is an experience that remains with you throughout your journey. Treat yourself to delicious meals at The Waterfront Restaurant & Cafe in the downtown area. Offering you a great belly full breakfast, lunch and dinner with the perfect sunset view along the coast! Diners can choose from a wide range of fresh seafood, including shrimps, crabs, salmon, oysters and mussels served with a variety of sauce and noodles. Indulge in local fruit juices, local delicacies and hawk-style food, and stroll from the nearby Hotel Capital & Hotel Wah May just around the corner. There you can try a well-known Chinese tea shop selling Ba Kut Teh (herb pork rib soup) served with rice. In the meantime, you can choose to add only lean meat, ribs, fatty meats or livers to hot soup dishes, which will certainly make you sweat while enjoying the rich flavor of this herb soup.

Travelers will find all their 'belly satisfaction' all the time while relaxing in Kota Kinabalu or shopping until you fall by visiting shopping malls like Wisma Merdeka, Ceterpoit Mall, Wawasan Plaza and much more at a cheap and reasonable price! Sometimes you can bargain to grab your favorite things! Always remember that when you relax on Tanjung Aru Beach, near the busy city of Kota Kinabalu, you can carry a couple of flippers or swimwear in your backpack. You will never feel and get your vacation without a trip to the World Heritage Site, Mount Kinabalu! You will need about 2 hours drive from Kota Kinabalu city to the famous area called Kundasang where the famous place is.

The captivating and fascinating Mount Kinabalu gives you an eternal moment in Sabah-Borneo. Meanwhile, tiny escorts at nearby bungalows and accommodations with cool, soft and relaxing views of Mount Kinabalu will add to your travel experience. I believe that all your stress will certainly be "erased" by the cool and soothing breeze beneath the feet of the stunning Asian mountain! For more fun, visit Kinabalu Park, the main entrance to Mount Kinabalu. The reception counter will provide you with all the information on climbing, trails and climbing needs. The park also plays a key role in the wildlife and wildlife sanctuary and protection, enabling these worthwhile Rafflesias and Pitcher plants to remain undisturbed. Visiting this soothing park, you can see different species of butterflies.

Before leaving, please go to the local markets to buy souvenirs and handicrafts. It is worth keeping it in your luggage as a point of this mark! Plus, if you have a pack of Sabah Tea, locally brewed fresh rain forest tea will quench your thirst. What a refreshing trip to Saba!

Source by Jesyee Han

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