King Park Hotel Tawau

Address: TB 30, Jalan Haji Karim, Tawau, Tawau Division, Sabah, 91000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on TB 30, Jalan Haji Karim, Tawau.
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      Travel Blogs from Tawau

      Crossing over

      A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz on Jun 25, 2014

      46 photos

      ... here I am, on a top deck surrounded by 30 men of Indo. As soon as we started our trip the Police came for a control. I felt like in a middle of a tornado. My head was going all around from so many things happening from each side of me.
      And then the moment where I saw myself jumping of board came.
      Watching police swimming away, I observed all men on a deck with me, the only female, suddenly making a room on a floor was terrifying. The only thought I had was ...

      Borneo; proper planning prevents piss poor results

      A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Apr 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... is in Lahad Datu, but hey what do I know-this lady just spoke to a local right? So we jumped in a taxi from Semporna and arrived in Tawau at 8.30pm. Straight to the hotel and up early with the hopes of going to the valleys. However I am sure you have guessed how this story goes . Tawau is mostly visited by people who want to cross over into the Indonesian side of Borneo as this is the only crossing point where foreigners can get a visa. It's an ok little town, ...

      How VERY VERY annoying

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Mar 12, 2014

      8 photos

      The K.M.Tawindo was scheduled to leave for Nanukan at 12noon but left 15mins late. It only took 1½hrs but cost a whopping 75 ringgits {£15}. I suppose they can charge this much as it's the only way into Indonesia from Sabah other than flying. There was one other westerner on board, a French Canadian heading down to Samarinda to do a boat trip up the Sungai Mahakan hoping to reach Long Apari. Upon arriving in the port i asked around at the various travel agents ...

      Hot and bothered

      A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Oct 02, 2013


      ... and offloading it all for a fee. About ten rush me at once and start haggling in rapid fire Malay to unload the bike. There are  four boats between us and the dock all full of people and luggage with not a centimeter of space. Not quite sure how they intend to manage but first we need to agree on price. Haggling takes place a price is agreed and the oldest guy consults the captain and as soon as everyone else is off he moves the boat across to ...

      My thoughts on Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by oshioshi on Jun 04, 2013

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... the most expensive. A 5-minute ride to/from the airport in KK cost a flat rate of $5. A 1-hr taxi ride to Tawau airport cost us $33 which is very expensive. Just to give you a comparison, I spent an hour in a taxi in Thailand and it cost me $10. I wanted to take a public bus to the airport but Krystoff didn't want to take a chance getting to the airport late. Well he had a point, since the local transport rarely leaves "on time." They usually ...