Duration

3 Day 2 Night

Accommodation

Laban Rata Resthouse

Tour Type

Family and Group

Price

From MYR 1,800

Transport

Included

Other Attraction in Sabah

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Kota Kinabalu Heritage Walk

The KK Heritage Walk unravels the city’s rich history as you stroll along its streets. Enjoy a guided tour of interesting landmarks and notable streets, each with an interesting landmarks and notable streets, each with an interesting story during the pre and post-war period. The two-hour walk begins from the Independence Field and takes you through various parts of the city. Take in the sights and sounds of the historical attractions such as the Atkinson Clock Tower, Sabah Tourism Building, Jesselton Hotel, War Memorial, Malaysia Monument and more.

 

Monsopiad Cultural Village

About 20 minutes from KK city, this famous attraction in Sabah was opened in 1996, in memory of the great Kadazan warrior and headhunter, Monsopiad. The traditional village on the banks of the scenic Moyog River, is the only cultural village in the state. Here, one can take a peek into the lifestyle of the KadazanDusun community, the biggest ethnic group in Sabah. Watch entertaining cultural dances or be part of a guided tour. For an interesting experience, try your hand at blowpipe shooting or taste their local delicacies. Open daily from 9.00am to 6.00pm.

 

Padas Gorge – Tenom

From Kota Kinabalu one can travel on the main highwayby an express bus passing through Papar, Bongawan and Kimanis and reaching Beaufort before taking the train to Tenom, a four-hour journey. The railroad snakes along the Padas River, giving passengers a spectacular view of the Padas Gorge. The Padas River offers a challenging experience to rafting enthusiasts. The Muruts in Tenom live in longhouses. A major attraction in Tenom is the Tenom Orchid Centre which has more than 600 species of orchids.