Although Kota resembled the Philippines way too much (the climate, the infrastructure, the language, the flora), I was glad to see some parts of it distinctly unique.
Places to go:
- Desa Dairy Farm**
- Klias River Cruise**
- Kota Kinabalu National Park**
- Shopping in IMAGO Shopping Mall / One Borneo
2 thoughts on “Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia (2016)”
Hi! I just want to ask if how much was your total expenses for your KK trip? Thank you in advance and God bless 😉
Hi there, Katrina! 🙂
Thanks for your comment!
For 3 nights and 3 full days, including a little souvenir shopping, I’d say I spent about P20,000 including airfare and accommodation. Food was really inexpensive so this trip would’ve been my most affordable Asian getaway.
Hope I was able to help! 🙂