Mercure Waterfront

D-G-28 Block D Warisan Square, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu

Cold Left Overs?-Malaysia,Borneo..oh Singapore too

A travel blog entry by japansnew2me

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... like this, many interactions are fleeting. Although aware that many times the conversation would be simple, short and inconsequential the locals that I spoke to had such a depth and sincerity that actually did have a consequence...... another wayward tourist falling in love with yet another country!



Ohh .. I went to Singapore too.... I think this after thought indicates my sentiments!








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Challenge4Life - Summit to Sea Challenge

A travel blog entry by maryamstravels

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... it..turtles, octopus, starfish, lots of other colourful fish, and I even saw a reef shark! Though I didn't realise that's what it was until we got back to the surface and someone said 'did you see the shark?', which is maybe a good thing!?

After spending a couple of days in paradise, we came back to the mainland to discover more of the wildlife that was on land - and we found lots of different types of monkeys! We first went to the orangutan sanctuary, ...

So near, and yet so far...

A travel blog entry by hdadventures

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So, someone decided a few weeks back that we would climb a mountain. Easy she said. Yeah right.

Did you know: Mount Kinabalu: 4095m. Nearly as high as the Mont Blanc. The trail is about 8km.

After a 5h bus journey from Sandakan (not worth staying more than 1 night, if that), we arrived in a very awful little place to stay the night. It was like being in someone s lounge! There wasn't much choice anyway. Beurk.

Next day, ...

Day 29: KK, Malaysia

A travel blog entry by bmcswag

... 10 guys around me all trying to get me to go to the Maxi Bas or whichever company they worked for. I was really enjoying it because I thought it was absolutely hilarious. They were all trying to pull me in different directions. We found Dyana and they were offering RM50 per person. Another guy had offered us RM35 so we walked away to discuss. And of course the seller came and told us he would give it to us for RM40. Done! Fabs just wanted to get out of there! I was having a blast. We ...

Monkey Business

A travel blog entry by stephanddave

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... wanted to do during our time here. Initially the main reason for coming here was to climb one of South East Asia's highest peaks, Mount Kinabula. After our warm up on Mount Phan Xi Pang in Vietnam we were excited and eager to conquer this peak, even if it was raining. However, as we went to book it, we were quickly advised to wait and re-schedule as we were told that high winds and bad weather were preventing hikes to the summit and instead we would only be able to ...

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This hotel, located on D-G-28 Block D Warisan Square, Kota Kinabalu, is near Mount Kinabalu, Kinabalu National Park, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, and Poring Hot Springs.
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