Tuesday, October 9, 2012

East Malaysia Sabah Kota Kinabalu Encounter

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Kota Kinabalu or "KK" is the capital of "Land below the Wind", Sabah in East Malaysia. The city was formerly known as Jesselton and in Malay was Api which means fire.

Located at the west coast of Sabah facing South China Sea, Kota Kinabalu is truly an epic destination with profuse tropical mountains, sunny beaches and crystal clear sea for you to explore.

My son returned from Suwon of South Korea during Mid-Autumn. My wife and I joined him to Kota Kinabalu for 3 days 2 nights tour. While in Kota Kinabalu, we were busy wandering around the city and hunting for delicious local food.

The flight took off from Air Asia Sepang LCC Terminal in the morning on October 2. We arrived at KKIA Terminal 2 at 1:30 pm. After buying a taxi ticket at airport taxi counter, we were heading to Hotel Eden 54 at Gaya Road.

Kota kinabalu

We were pretty hungry and looking for food after checking in hotel. In order to solve the protest of our stomachs, we popped in Farmer's Hut opposite Jesselton Point for lunch.

My son ordered a plate of beef rice. My wife and I shared a plate of Farmer's Hut Fried Rice. As I was too hungry, I forgot to snap photos of the dishes for sharing with you.

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