Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien Kota Kinabalu
Conveniently located within walking distance to shopping malls, night market and the Promenade. As for room, facilities and food, well, this is a 5star hotel. Need I say more?
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... Pier, the name a relic of the times when KK was under British Imperial control, was eventful in that we first stopped off at Pulau Gaya. Here, amongst the ramshackle village on stilts attached to the island, the boat refuelled at the "local petrol station". Tank now full, we chopped across the water towards Mamutik. To say the island was untouched would be a lie; ...
... of the BNBC after which Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu) was named. Eventually, Jesselton became a major trading post of North Borneo, dealing in rubber, rattan, honey, and wax. The North Borneo Railway was used to transport goods to the Jesselton harbour. Jesselton suffered a large destruction when it was razed by the British to retreated from the Japanese and suffered more destruction when the Allies bombed it in 1945. Several rebellions against ...