Tang Dynasty Hotel

Address: Lot 1-1, Lorong Wawasan Plaza, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 1-1, Lorong Wawasan Plaza, Kota Kinabalu, is near Downbelow Marine & Wildlife Adventures, Gaya Street Sunday Market, Sutera Harbour Golf Club, and Mountain Torq.
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    New Speed Record...and another brush with death!

    A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... the generator cooled down with the load off. As I sat there, the wind picked up more and more and the seas became pretty wild. I turned off the generator and woke Ginette, thinking we may need to do something as we were on a lee shore (the shore was behind us relative to the wind) and not that far off. The winds steadily increased – first 22, then 27, then 35 knots, ultimately peaking out at 51 knots! The seas became violent and the boat pitched wildly and rolled uncontrollably. ...

    KK to Limbung

    A travel blog entry by bevbag on Jan 13, 2015

    Catching the early ferry to the duty free haven of Labuan Island to meet up with the 2pm ferry to Limpung in Sarawak Malaysia. The ferry to Labuan is scheduled to leave at 8am and takes about 3 hours. Once on Labuan we set out to find the usual food and beer. We have a couple of hours to kill before our next ferry to Limbung so an ice cream and some people watching is in order. The ferry journey is about 2hrs, after which we find ourselves in the quiet little backwater town of Limbung ...

    Open Water Scuba Diving: Day 1

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 16, 2014

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    ... coast, split by Brunei, the other country on the island. I'm currently in the state of Sabah, the north and east side of Malaysia. KK (yup, they call it 'kay kay') is a pretty well built up town for tourism, as its the gateway to a lot of the rest of what Sabah offers. Mt. Kinabalu, the highest peak in SE Asia is just inland and you can climb it (for a bunch of money). The proboscis monkeys are about two hours south of here and cannot be seen in a zoo because they can't ...

    Snorkel and Dive Day

    A travel blog entry by dt_borneoblitz on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... did the Chinese banquet thing and shared our meals.

    On the way back we found yet more markets. This time mainly fruit and veg. Think of your local greengrocer, eg Benge & Co, for the Blenheimites but under canvas cover, filled with exotic fruits that you don't know many of them and filled with the smells of freshly cooking fish. I saw what I think are lychees for 2 Ringgat a kilo and eggs for 5 ringgat for 2.5 dozen.

    Still Can't Walk + Day on the Islands

    A travel blog entry by barnicko on Sep 01, 2014

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    So 2 days on from our hike, none of us can even consider walking downstairs. The quads are one thing, but the calves are really something else...I thought I was going to be ok - I thought wrong! Since it was Eva and Megan's last day with us, we decided on an excursion to the islands off the coast here. A recommendation from our doctor less us to Mamutik ...