Imperial Boutec Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Boutec Hotel Kota Kinabalu
Great Location smacked in the middle of warisan square. Easy access to supermarkets / shopping complexes and local wet market.
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As we retired to bed John and I both commented on the noise - we had become accustomed to the crickets and birds of the forest - the city with sirens, music and noisy hotel guests was very much a contrast! What a wonderful experience to be in the rain forest, but unfortunately back to civilization. After Breakfast we experienced the Sunday Market of KK, packed with many different wares over about four streets! There was a lot of jewellery, bags, plants, tools, ...
... and although spoke English kept themselves to themselves, which was ok and I quite accepted that, but I could see Wasif was struggling to try and make them interested. The heavens opened and it was a great to be in a jungle in the rain, sheltering with the monkeys! After 10 mins it stopped of course so we went back to the minibus. As Wasif and I walked together across the car park a spitting cobra started to cross our line of walking so we just stood ...
... annoying as the bites are bumming itchy despite taking antihistamines and steroid cream. We caught the bus back and got ready for the pub quiz at el centre tonight. We luckily managed to get there just before it got busy and I enjoyed my sausage and mash before the quiz started. We did pretty rubbish tonight, coming around middle of the park in each round but it was still good fun and our last quiz all together as Ahmed leaves to fly back home this ...
... was 12 years ago the snorkeling was still good. There is
coral all round this island but a lot has been damaged as you can now walk in
from the beach in certain areas that have been roped off for swimming and
snorkeling. There are now sunbeds, BBQ areas, restaurants, shops and cabins.
We only remember a small changing and toilet block and BBQ area together with
huge monitor lizards and macaques that used ...
... up a steep rock face the whole way, I don't think I've ever experienced my legs aching so much and we were fighting to keep our breath but thankfully my headache had now gone. Since getting past the slow climbers we had been flying up the mountain and had a nice gap between us and the main crowd which allowed us to take a much or as little time as we wanted. Eventually at 5, and 2 hours after setting off (really good pace!) we were the 5th people to ...