Novotel Kota Kinabalu 1Borneo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Kota Kinabalu 1Borneo
No holiday is complete without some hiccups. But all was rectified. Love their breakfast spread at the Square.
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... from ESSCOM – our military escort that we will pick up in Kudat that will help us navigate the bandits on the southeast coast of Borneo adjacent to the Philippines.
We received a very informative briefing from our organizers, ESSCOM and our Indonesian organizers for our next ‘leg’ that will begin in August. We also found out many facts about Borneo and in particular Sabah – which is in the top three regions in the world for biodiversity on both land ...
... They would serve rice wine from a bamboo stem. They love to sing and dance. They had one dancing which they imitated birds flying by flapping their arms(see elaine's photo with the chief).
The festival was so nice that we went to the festival two days in a row. The festival was so popular that there weren't any hotel rooms available.we couldn't find a place to stay. ...
... and clientele we were pleasantly surprised to find a heaving venue with a live band and ambiance in abundance. We danced the night away, getting into the groove with some locals. Their shuffling skills far outmatched the groups meagre dancing efforts and we returned across the road to our ...
... military administration took place. One major rebellion occurred in 10 October 1943 by a group called Kinabalu Guerrillas, consisting of local inhabitants. Japanese forces quelled the rebellion after its leader, Albert Kwok, was arrested and executed in 1944. At the later stages of the war, what remained of the town was destroyed again by Allied bombings day and night for over six months as part of the Borneo Campaign in 1945, leaving only three ...
... as the rain started) with no-one missing! It was all very organised, you must sign in and out when you go for a walk, this is because a Chinese girl had died a few month's earlier on one of the trails and noone knew where she was. That evening everyone who was sleeping there joined together in the restaurant and we all laughed and swapped experiences and offered ideas to each other. Much better than any travel book! Todd volunteered to get everyone's ...