Novotel Kota Kinabalu 1Borneo
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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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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... my last two days doing two islands. I did Sapi and Manukan. The return boat journey is 23 MYR from the Jesslepoint and the entry fee into the beach is 10 MYR. You can snorkel at both. I preferred the second island as you could do a train, had a sunset view etc.
If you head towards Sabah then I would definitely recommend doing the islands on the west side near Sabah and they are completely safe.
Happy traveling ...
... to massages. We bargained our way down from 115 to 100 Ringit, a saving of £3, and were then treated to an interesting half hour. Having already been massaged by stocky Samoan women and blind Malaysian men, this time it was two transvestites and a queen that were clambering on top of us. A strange experience to be sure, and with perhaps more buttock action than was necessary, we left feeling well rubbed down if not slightly ...
Rana wouldn't give hers up without a fight.
The Malays love a blonde. We discovered this when we came here with the Kid when he was 9 months old and platinum white. He was quite the little star. However, that star has now been eclipsed by his younger sister. Princess Rana has had her meal interrupted at restaurants for photo opportunities, and even had a seat given up to her on the monorail by two young fellows. With ...
... another jetty and sure enough it was there waiting! What a great time I'd had in Sukadana meeting genuine Bornean people who genuinely cared. I won't forget their hospitality and simple way of living. I was waved off and given the seat again next to the driver. Half way back we stopped at the cafe on stilts on the riverbank and there I met a very interesting man called Maladi, an English Lecturer at the State Islamic Institute in Pontianak. He spoke perfect ...
... in. They cut the cake and he asked for the rest of us to be given a slice, fresh strawberry , chocolate sponge cake it was lovely. We then went to have coffee at the Borneo Lounge they have a singing group in there they are quite good I like how they dance brings back memories of when take that started with the organised routines for the songs, but never the less entertaining all the ...