Yomi Hotel

Lot 14 Jalan Pasar Baru, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu

Kinabalu Hullabaloo

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... the cake in front of our new friend, knowing what would come next. She gagged violently, shoved her chair back and ran for fresh air. I was left with two choices: apologise, say she was ill earlier and she'll be back soon, or pretend that nothing happened and make small talk. I went for the second option, forgetting briefly that I am hopeless at making small talk. After five minutes of "so, um...this cake's nice. Err...have you been to the UK? No? Hmm...", Hannah came back and we ...

If you like Pina Coladas

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... a forest, after a solid climb we found our Everest only to discover that it was closed for the day ! We headed back to town and decided to just walk around the various markets (there is literally a market for everything). it's really interesting to see.
Malaysia is a county very different from all the others I've been to so far. Firstly it is a Muslim country where the others have all been Buddhist. This means all the smells, food, colours, clothing, ...

Kinabalu national Park & Poring hot Springs

A travel blog entry by janerob55


... dressed dripping wet with an inlated rubber giraffee around her middle. We werent really impressed with the whole bath set up and only found cold water although Rickie and mitch did go and stick their toe in the spring. Poring also is set in the national park and you can do the canopy walk that takes you across three areas on a suspenion rope bridge. This was quiet spectular and. At times a bit nerve wracking when mitch become heavy footed. ...

Gone Headhunting

A travel blog entry by sofiabennie


... heads before they could be taken into the village just after they had been taken and also every year after that. Many of the tribes counted the heads as part of the community and good charms once taken into the village.

Archaeology came next. The oldest homo sapiens remains and remains of a cohesive culture in malaysia have been found in the mainland and is ca 75,000 years old. Apparently there was a volcanic eruption and "hey presto" much of the things are ...

Borneo- Bugs, blisters and bitching!

A travel blog entry by ineptintrepids


... project foremen. He wakes up at 3am every day to bleed the trees and then at 9a he has to collect all the rubber that has drained out. The rubber is then mixed with a kind of acid to make it like cheese curd. When it is wierd and stringy it's put in metal trays and left to set. The rubbber slabs are then sent to factories to be manufactured into rubber and latex products.

We spent a lazy afternoon by the pond catching fish with hooks baited with bread and tied to ...


This hotel, located on Lot 14 Jalan Pasar Baru, Kota Kinabalu, is near Mount Kinabalu, Manukan Island, Kinabalu National Park, and Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Yomi Hotel Kota Kinabalu

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