Tune Hotel - 1Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews Tune Hotel - 1Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu
... to higher rates of crime/desperation. So my senses are on gradually heightening alert not sure of the local issues and knowing that Im heading into a problem area next week.
One of the fun and amusing things that occurs while travelling is that locals want their photo with you. I'm frequently asked to join groups of locals in a photo they are taking and then one by one they also want an individual photo with me. I can spend ten minutes ...
... climbers gave us a pair of trekking poles which was a bonus!
We had met a lovely Swedish couple, Karin and Johan, at the Tip of Borneo and one day as I was carrying two cups of coffee back to our room I saw them. They were staying two rooms down at the same guesthouse! It was a great reunion. We spent the rest of the afternoon catching up and sharing our latest travel tales. They were climbing the next day. We gave them some lollies from the Philippines, which ...
... nice but the town was absolutely horrible! It had a bad feel to it and its the only place I have been to on my travels in Asia that I felt very uneasy. I never ventured outside my room after dark, talk about seedy! I felt very safe inside the hotel though. The people were very different, unfriendly and downcast. The buildings were....well hard to describe, so see the pictures! The seafront was a conglomerate of dirty local cafes invaded by very poor kids ...
... on Mamutik or Sapi island Jungle trekking Searching for the Proboscis Monkey Firefly tour (night tour - best with no moon) But the hero of the day has to be the Orang-utan. Don't leave Sabah without seeing these beautiful creatures in their native habitat. Visit one of the two Orang-utan sanctuarys on Sabah. Join the local rangers twice a day (10 am and 2 pm) as they call the adolescent Orang-utans from the trees with some fruit ...
... got talking to a English doctor now working in Australia, a Dutch guy doing a round the world trip and a surprising number of older couples. I ended up having to to wrap up warm for the first time as the lodge was absolutely freezing, we also had to wait around for everyone else to make it for the afternoon briefing which didn't help either. At 4 we had the Ferrata briefing where they explained the times we had to arrive by ...