Kota Kinabalu, which is also commonly known as KK is a very laid-back and very friendly city, though you may not immediately be smoother with its beauty as it is a small city with some ordinary building blocks but after a couple of days you will notice it’s breathtaking glowing sunsets and rich choices of fusion culinary with good mixture of Chinese, Malay, Western and Japanese cooking.Alongside the compact looking city, when it comes to booking your trips for wildlife, diving, or nature treks adventures, it is conveniently accessible. As being the capital city of Sabah, KK is the gateway to most places of interest in Sabah, like the Kinabalu National Park where the majestic Mount Kinabalu stood.
Located in the Southeast Asian region, Sabah is one of the states in East Malaysia, that lies directly next to Brunei Darussalam. To the North-East, Sabah is border by the Philippines and Indonesia on the South-East. Occupying the Northern part of Borneo Island, Sabah is surrounded by the Sulu Sea, Celebes Sea and South China Sea, which separates Sabah from the Malaysia peninsula.
The most popular route to get to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah is through Kuala Lumpur International Airport with daily flights by Air Asia and Malaysia Airlines connecting between these two cities for only a 2.5 hours flight. Sabah is as well-connected directly from international countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Taipei, Hong Kong, China, Japan, South Korea, Brunei and Philippines.
Kota Kinabalu the capital city of Sabah, lies about 7km away and one can easily get a taxi, shuttle bus, Uber, Grab car, rental car and tourist bus, to get to by.