Sabah enjoys good air-links with major cities in Asia-Pacific, served by six major airlines; namely Asiana, Air Asia, Dragonair, Malaysia Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, and Silk Air. Direct flights as well as transit flights via Bangkok, Brunei, Hong Kong, Taipeh, Kaoshiung, Manila, Cebu, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo offer frequent and easy access to Kota Kinabalu City, also known as the 'Nature Resort City'.
Kota Kinabalu, or 'KK' as it is popularly known, is set between lush tropical hills and the South China Sea; paradise to many has set foot on it. Serving as the state capital of Sabah and the main gateway to Sabah's renowned eco-treasures, KK is a resort-city of exciting contrast-vibrant, serence and hassle-free, with modern infrastructure and many attractions.
There are pretty to do and see in KK and its surrounding regions, all accessiable by good roads system. Popular destinations such as Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in South East Asia and Malaysia's first World Heritage Site, or Simpang Mengayau, better known as the 'Tip of Borneo', is only about 2 and 2½ hours of leisure driving from the city.
If the sea is more of your liking, just hop-on to a speed boat for a short ride (about 20 minutes) to one of the five fabulous islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park with beautiful sandy beach that are excellent for relaxation and crystal clear water perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving and a varieties of water-sports.
How to Get There
- D' Borneo Hotel is located in Sinsuran.
- It is within walking distance to a local handicraft market, KK Plaza and Centre Point shopping complex and a central market.
Near by Attraction
- Atkinson Clock Tower
- City Mosque
- Jesselton Point Waterfront
- Tun Mustapha Gallery
- Tunku Abdul Rahman Park
- Water World Theme Park