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Located about 110km to the south of Kota Kinabalu city in Beaufort district. It will takes you about 2 hours drive from the city. Klias is home to the famous long-nosed monkey name Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus) or simply name ‘Monyet Belanda’ among the locals.

What to expect?

  • Proboscis monkey
  • Monitor lizard
  • Fire flies
  • Crocodile
  • Mangrove forests + swamps
  • Kingfisher
  • Gray + white heron
  • Prawns


Activities

  • River cruise
  • Fishing
  • Animal photo hunting
  • honeymoon..? perhaps
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Datu Paduka Mat Salleh Memorial
The Memorial located at Tibabar Village, Tambunan, about 85 km from Kota Kinabalu town. The Memorial was built under the Sabah State Museum Government to commemorate the true warrior of Sabah, Datu Paduka Mat Salleh on his courage and strength for leading a rebellion against the British rule during colonial times in 1894-1900. Datu Paduka Mat Salleh was among the fears enemies to the British army and he was killed in a gun battle with the British army on Feb 1st, 1900.

Poring Hot Spring, Kinabalu Park Sabah.
Well known mostly for its sulphuric minerals, located 40 km south-east of Kinabalu National Park in the district of Ranau at the edge of the Mamut rRiver, Sabah. Poring Hot Spring is managed by Sabah Parks and it took you about 2 hours drive from Kota Kinabalau city centre. Visitors can enjoy a soak in sulphurous water channelled from the hot springs into tiled pools and tubs or even boil an eggs ranging between 49 – 60 degrees celcius.

What you’ll expect:
Hot springs with sulphuric minerals, hot + warm bath tub, butterfly farm, Kipungit waterfall, tropical garden, Orchid Conservation Centre, Poring canopy walkway, Laganan waterfall and lots of fun relaxing.

What you didn’t know:
During very long time ago, Poring was originally a small village lived by the Dusun community of Ranau, most of their houses are built with huge + rouded poles of bamboo and the word ‘Poring’ is actually known as ‘Bamboo’. Therefore, the village named Kampung Poring or Poring Village.

Detail post coming up soon! stay tuned..

Pesta Kaamatan 2009 | Unreleased!

Concentration.
A boy with his traditional black Kadazan costume is playing with a Suling (flute) which made from a bamboo. Some other parts of west Malaysia calls it Seruling.

This Suling are corded according as aerophones and mainly played solo by the Sabahan locals. There are few musical festival organized annually by the local tourism authority here in Sabah, to preserve and promote the local traditional musical instruments to the young generation and tourist. If you’re visiting Sabah during the end of this year, don’t miss the Bamboo Musical Festival, which held in Tamparuli.

Pesta Kaamatan 2009 | Unreleased!

Current Chief Minister of Sabah, Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Musa bin Haji Aman was at the launch of Pesta Kaamatan 2009 which held at the Kadazandusun Cultural Association Sabah (KDCA) last May 2009. Left: Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Pairin Kitingan and right: YB Datuk Haji Masidi Manjun.

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Gintutun Do Mohoing
It was believed that this rock has been used to hang most of the local crook’s head in the village somewhere in Penampang. A long time ago, there was a local warrior named ‘Monsopiad’ who killed those crooks and protect the village people from being kill and mob. He later then slaughter their head and kept the skulls as a collection in his house. This rock also believed has been replaced from its original location at Gaya island by the villagers in order to get rid of a plague that has been spreading over the village. Today, this rock remain at Kuai village, Kandazon Penampang, Sabah Borneo Malaysia and currently it serve as a display historical artifact at Monsopiad Cultural Village.

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Bazaar Ramadhan@Lintasan Deasoka, Kota Kinabalu
Selling many kinds of varieties of local foods + drinks + snacks.
Open everyday : 2pm – 7pm