Sarangnova Hotel

98,Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Return to Malaysia

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011

5

... tends to feel more secure and comfortable here. Of course, the penalties here are much more severe. Not only are the jail sentences much longer for crimes such as theft and rape but they also include public whippings. Nothing like the threat of physical pain to deter one's temptation towards the dark side.

We stayed three days in KK and jumped on a bus taking the long trek through the heartland of Sabah towards Sepilok and the orangutans.
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White water rafting

A travel blog entry by janerob55

7

... seats in several carriages and then a couple like cargo carriages. We changed trains and the second train was more of an antique The locals catch the train as well adding lots of character to the whole event . It reminded me of the trains in Butch Cassidy and the. Sundance Kid when they were in Bolivia . The countryside we travelled thru was very picturesque. The stations we stopped at along the way were often just houses or very small platforms. We stopped at Rayoh ...

Kota Kinabalu Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah

1
21

... all makes sense now Book tours. One to Lok Kawi and one to Mount Kinabalu...it's 120 quid all in but actually when are you going to see it again?. We get a choice between swimming in hot springs, or a 40 metre high skywalk through the trees. I am not doing the skywalk....I did one in Taman Negara 10 years back, I kissed the ground when I got off it. **** that in the ear Turns out our Bank cards only work in machines, not in little card reader jobs in the travel ...

Bangkok to Borneo

A travel blog entry by purcy

10

... hand written sign for the shower pointed to the waterfall; small tents were lined up under a palm leaf thatched roof; there was no electricity; the 'toilets' had the biggest collection of the biggest spiders I have seen (which is terrifying when it is pitch black); and a large hut in the middle with hammocks, candle light and an excellent cook. I spent the afternoon reading, a little dip in the river and just listening to the jungle. After dinner, the leech socks came back ...

Borneo- Bugs, blisters and bitching!

A travel blog entry by ineptintrepids

20

... in a hat and took him back to Mans house.


Several days later Man came to camp crying laughing and said that a villager had been to his house asking if he had seen the puppy. When Man denied all knowledge the villager explained that 'white people had stolen his dog'. Brilliant, so much for helping the community. We will forvever be remebered as the evil dog stealing white people.

The third week carried on in much the same vain, although we didn't ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 98,Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu, is near Mount Kinabalu, Manukan Island, Sepilok Nature Resort / Orang Utan Sanctuary, and Kinabalu National Park.
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