Tune Hotel - 1Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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I didn't fancy the two day climb up to Mt Kinabalu so instead I went to see the view from the National park. I got the van from the main station and it cost me around 20 MYR each way. They dont leave until there full and if I remember right only take 1.5 hours to get there so once it starts moving its fine. The last bus back to KK was at 3pm.
The entry fee to National Park was 15 and another fee of 5 MYR to see the ...
We arrived into Kota Kinabalu in the north east region of Malaysian Borneo- Sabah. We caught a taxi from the airport to our hostel (RM30, about £6). Immediately everything appeared to be very green, spacious and the roads were thankfully not out of control like Manila! We arrived at our hostel Masada Backpackers. It was really clean and nice and it had breakfast included! An included breakfast is the one thing you really look for in a good hostel, not only ...
Day 59. Another day of utter relaxation was in store. Only the standard evening trip to the gym stopped us morphing into full-blown couch potatoes. Max and Oscar invested in local business by asking a street-side tailor to mend their broken garments; he did a sterling job. A delicious Indian from across the road was a fine end to the day; Kohinoor Chicken, Chicken Mirchi, Jeera rice and naan aplenty was all that was needed to fulfil our post-gym appetite. I ...
... of food available in this part of the world. Over the past 3 days alone I have got stuck into; Nasi Goreng, Nasi Lemak, Satay, Tom Yum Soup, Kopi, Singapore Laksa, Dry Noodles Hong Kong Style, Roast Pork, BBQ Pork, Roast Duck, some amazing Sambal Soya arrangement along with a few curries. However, succulent as all these dishes were, the gastronomic highlight was reacquainting myself with the Apam Balik aka The Pinnacle of Pancakes © D Smith ...
... joined us too as they were sitting doing nothing near us (I want their job, no work and good pay!). For some unknown reason I had caught a bad cold a few days previously, the first in over a year (great, you go to the equator and catch a cold!) and was suffering with a really bad throat. The guys were concerned for me and said I needed Arak! Being a Muslim area, there was no alcohol to be found to buy in order to kill the germs but one of my new Policeman ...