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  • Likas Square Apartment Hotel is offering a luxury concept of hotel apartment in Sabah. All suites are elegantly decorated with most of the suites facing the scenic Likas Bay and Mount Kinabalu. Each suite features a living room, spacious dining area, fully equipped kitchen, all with individually controlled air-conditioning, television and telephone with international direct dial facilities, refrigerator, coffee and tea making facilities. Strategically located, and under the same roof with a 60 shops business center, Likas Square offers ' The Luxury Of Space'

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Places of Interest In Sabah

July 27th, 2009 by admin

Tanjung Aru Beach

Located at the end of Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman and about 6 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu City, this place is closest to the hearts of the locals, and just one visit to the beach will tell you why. Taking its name from the casuarinas or aru trees that fringe the fine sands, this is where one might get a ringside seat to the greatest sunset on earth every evening when the crimson sun dips slowly into the horizon, leaving the vast skies a brilliant red..

Foodstalls serving local food and drinks are open till late at night. Enjoy coconut and sugarcane juice, chicken or beef satay and steamed peanuts and corn, or indulge in a full-course dinner at the seafood restaurant located there.
The Tanjung Aru beach is also home to Shangri-la’s Tanjung Aru Resort, the Kinabalu Golf Club and the Kinabalu Yacht Club.

Gaya Street (Sunday Market)

Gaya Street located in the Kota Kinabalu Central Business District has been the centre of business for over a hundred years. Every Sunday morning, the length of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the Fair. Shop for anything under shady trees and over-sized umbrellas, like batik sarongs, fruits and flowers, arts and craft, footwear, antiques and souvenirs, cakes, even pets and herbs!. This is the best place to experience the cross-section of the local population when entire families enjoy a Sunday outing.

The Gaya Street Fair is on every Sunday from 6.30 am to 1.00 pm 

Atkinson Clock Tower

The Atkinson Clock Tower stands prominently on a bluff along Signal Hill Road adjacent to the old Police Station. Built in 1903, this all-wood, no-nails structure was built in memory of Francis George Atkinson – the popular first District Officer of Jesselton during the British North Borneo Chartered Company Administration, who had succumbed to a tropical disease at the young age of 28.
 

 

The clock tower being the oldest standing structure in the whole of Sabah that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II. Till today, it still serves to keep the city’s time.

The Atkinson Clock Tower is managed by the Sabah Museum under its Antiquity and History section.

Handicraft Market

The Handicraft Market is located along Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens is a favoured shopping haunt for locals and tourists alike. Souvenirs galore await you and rest assured there is something for everyone.
Start with the cheap trinkets, which make excellent gifts for friends and family. These include keychains, beaded bracelets and necklaces and bookmarks. There are also plenty of choice of beautiful sarongs and pareos, a perfect souvenir of your tropical holiday in Sabah! You can also purchase loose pearls or stunning brooches, necklaces and earrings, available at almost every stall you visit in this vast market.

For those with an eye for ornate wooden carvings, you have come to the right place. The market has an endless variety of carved crafts, including exotic wooden masks, picture frames and even stunning wall panels. Not be missed are the assortment of rattan baskets in all shapes and sizes.

The best thing about the Handicraft Market is that you never know what piece of treasure you might unravel during your visit. Some have returned home with an authentic sompoton (a traditional wind instrument), a Murut headhunter’s blowpipe, a coconut-shaped handbag and a wooden-frog that ‘sings’ when you stroke its back with a wooden stick.

The most important tip when visiting the market is to bargain, bargain, bargain! Pick up some local lingo to improve your bargaining skills and you might even walk away a steal.

Opening hours
07.30am to 07.30pm daily.

Lok Kawi Wildlife

The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park was officially open to the public on the 17th February 2007. It is located along the Penampang-Papar old road and is fully developed by the Sabah Wildlife Department. The park consists of two components: zoological and botanical. The main objective of the park is to become a family-oriented park and the emphasis is put on the Children’s Zoo. Among the inhabitants of the zoo (zoological component) are the Borneo Pygmy elephants, Sumatran rhinoceros, Orang Utan, Proboscis monkey, Malayan tiger, as well as some different species of deer.

The botanical component, on the other hand; offers visitors the opportunity to go jungle trekking along the botanical trail. The paved trail is about 1.4 kilometers long. However, for leisurely strolls, visitors are only advised to walk halfway along the trail.
Mari Mari Cultural Village

Situated amidst a remote forest setting in Kionsom, Inanam; 25 minutes away from the hustling and bustling city, is the Mari Mari Cultural Village.
A journey into the village will take you back to the olden days—both through the display of ingenious architecture of the traditional houses and through a range of simulated lives of that epochal era. Get yourself acquainted with each village tribe as you enter their homes and experience their rich culture.
 
There are also demonstration huts along the main houses wherein the daily routines of traditional Sabahan life come alive. You will get a chance to see blowpipe-making demonstration, fire-starting demonstration using bamboo (sans lighter of course!), tattoo-making demonstration as well as explanations regarding its symbolisms, and so on.
A visit to the Mari Mari Cultural Village will definitely prove to be an eye-opening and unforgettable adventure for you. Imbue your five senses with the traditional essence of Sabah, presented to you genuinely as it was and as it is.
Monsopiad Cultural Village
Nestled besides the Penampang River are the many traditional buildings that make up the Monsopiad Cultural village, a living museum located 16 km or about half an hour away from the KK City Centre. Monsopiad was a fearsome warrior who lived in the village of Kuai nearly 200 years ago.

At the Village, visit the Tangkob or Grainery where the padi is housed.
Kotos Di Monsopiad or Monsopiad’s Main House is dedicated to the life and times of Monsopiad and his descendants. On display are ceramic jars, padi grinders, bamboo items as well as the costume of Bobohizan Inai Bianti, direct descendant of Monsopiad and very senior high priestess.

Other interesting exhibits include the massive monolith which invokes a dozen legends, the traditional restaurant and of course Siou Do Mohoing, or the House of Skulls, where all 42 ‘trophies’ of Monsopiad hang from the rafters.

 

Opening Hours
Daily from 9.00am till 5.00pm
Orchid de Villa
Established in 1995 and located in Inanam about 20 kilometres or 30 minutes away from KK City, the centre covers an area of 12 acres and boasts of about 50 hybrid species showcased in their Hybrid Garden. There are also 300 species of Borneo wild orchids, including some rare ones. Its main attractions are commercial orchid planting and conservation of wild orchids.
The Orchid de Villa also incorporates a fishing pond within its vicinity, a cacti garden, cottages and other amenities. Guided as well as tailor-made tours can be arranged with prior notice.
Opening Hours
Daily from 8.00am till 5.00pm
Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situated just two kilometers north-east of Kota Kinabalu City at Likas or ten minutes from the KK City Centre, the Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre (KKWC) formerly known as Kota Kinabalu City Bird Sanctuary (KKCBS) covers 24 hectares (60 acres) of mangrove forest . It is at once an educational and recreational centre.

Commonly sighted birds here include the migratory species from as far as Northern Asia, Siberia and Northern China like the sandpiper, Greenshank, Redshank, egrets and herons as well as canopy birds such as collared kingfisher and stork-billed kingfisher. To date almost 80 species of birds have been identified at the sanctuary. For serious bird watching, wear colours that blend into the environment. You may rent binoculars for RM5.00.

Puh Toh Tze Temple

Sabah is proud of its multiculturalism and this is often reflected in its diverse architecture. The Puh Toh Tze temple is a Buddhist temple located off Tuaran Road.

Built in 1980, the temple stands out with its traditional Chinese roofing and structure. Ten large statues of deities adorn the temple with the Goddess of Mercy, Kwan Yin, standing tall at the main entrance of the temple.

Water World Theme Park

What better way to cool down under the brilliant Sabah sun than to enjoy a day at the Water World Theme Park! Situated at Taman Tun Fuad Stephens, Bukit Padang, the park is a great place to bring the family for a splashing good time. Thrill-seekers will love the Torpedo Speed Slide and Double Loop Slide. There are several swimming pools to cater to adults as well as children.

Enjoy a round of Water Basketball or have a go at the Water Cannons. Other facilities include a cafeteria, an air-conditioned lounge with equipped with Astro, lazy chairs and a souvenir shop. The Park can also help organize special events, such as children’s birthday parties, making it a memorable event for your little one. Contact the Park for their Special Package

Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

The marine park is a cluster of islands comprising Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug, all only 10 – 20 minute speedboat ride from the city of Kota Kinabalu. The five islands of the Marine Park are characterized by shallow waters, sumptuous coral gardens and all boast splendid white sandy beaches.

The reefs lie in shallow waters with little current making it an ideal location for novice divers, however, the diverse and sometimes rare marine creatures also make it an interesting dive location for experienced divers and underwater photographers.

To dive in the marine park you must contact one of the local dive centers based in Kota Kinabalu who also offer a full variety of PADI courses ranging from Discover Scuba to Instructor.

Among the sandy seabed a good variety of marine life can be found such as Scorpion fish, Blue-spotted rays, cuttlefish, mantis shrimps and the occasional green or hawksbill turtle. At some locations, rare creatures such as the harlequin ghost pipefish and mandarin fish can be found especially with the help from local dive guides.

During the cooler months from November to February, plankton blooms attract krill which in turn attract whale sharks, the world’s largest fish. At times, the density of the krill can be so thick in these murky conditions underwater encounters with these colossal animals can be exciting as they suddenly appear out of the gloom.

Non-diving visitors can still have as much fun in the islands with other optional activities such as snorkeling in Pulau Sapi and Manukan and seawalking in Pulau Sapi. Adventure lovers will also enjoy an overnight camping trip at Pulau Sapi and Mamutik. If water sport is your cup of tea, you may contact any local tour companies for more information regarding the water sport activities that are available.

The Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is open daily from 8.30am to 5pm.

Kipandi Butterfly Park
Nature enthusiasts will definitely take pleasure in spending a day at the Kipandi Butterfly Park, located at Kampung Kipandi, Moyog—situated approximately 36 kilometers away from Kota Kinabalu city via the Penampang-Tambunan road.
The gorgeously scenic park is surrounded by the hills of the Crocker Range. Lying at 700 meters altitude, it is rich in entomofauna. Over 100 species of butterflies have been recorded in this park; among the recorded species are the Troides Brookiana (Raja Brook’s Birding), Troides Amphrysus (Golden Birding), and the Papilio Karna (Peacock’s Swalloe Tails).
The insectariums has over 800 butterfly specimens and over 1, 800 species of beetles which include many endemic species that are only found in the Crocker Range, such as the Cyclommatus Chewi. Special enclosures have also been constructed to house some of the rare and endangered species of Sabahan orchids and pitcher plants. This project is a joint collaboration with the Sabah Wildlife Department.
Plants have been saved from trees that were felled in land clearing for agricultural and developmental purposes. To date, there are as many as 400 species of native orchids, 28 species of Hoyas, and 5 species of Lipstick flowers Aeschynanthus and medicinal plants.
The park also initiates a free educational guided walk program for school children. This program is aimed at raising the awareness of the younger generations regarding the precious entomofauna of Sabah.
The Kipandi Butterfly Park is open daily from 9am to 4pm, the best time to spot butterflies are between 9am to 11am.
Mount Kinabalu Park

 Kinabalu Park, in the State of Sabah on the northern end of the island of Borneo, is dominated by Mount Kinabalu (4,095 m), the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea. It has a very wide range of habitats, from rich tropical lowland and hill rainforest to tropical mountain forest, sub-alpine forest and scrub on the higher elevations. It has been designated as a Centre of Plant Diversity for Southeast Asia and is exceptionally rich in species with examples of flora from the Himalayas, China, Australia, Malaysia, as well as pan-tropical flora.

Poring Hot Spring (PHS)

A visit to Kinabalu Park will never be perfect without swinging by Poring Hot Springs. Situated 40 kilometers (25 miles) slightly northeast from the Parks HQ, Poring is located in the lowlands—a contrast to the Parks HQ. De-stress and soak away the sores and aches of your muscles in the spring’s hot sulphuric minerals, deemed to have healing properties and very popular among the locals.

Other than the natural hot spring main attraction at Poring Hot Springs, there are also other interesting areas in the park to be visited such as the butterfly farm, the Poring Orchid Conservation Centre, the tropical garden, the Poring canopy walkway, and the Rafflesia flower site.

Poring canopy walkway

This canopy walkway is a must visit for anyone who ever sets foot in Poring Hot Springs. Take a stroll amidst the lush canopy of the Menggaris tree—king of the forest—the walkway is 157.8 meters long and 41 meters high.

 

 

 

 

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Local Sabah Delights

July 27th, 2009 by admin

Seafood

 

Fresh, abundant and served to perfection – Sabah’s seafood promises nothing less than the best! Be spoilt for choice at any of our selected seafood restaurants. For starters, some of the freshest selection can be found in KK’s popular favourites, namely Ocean Seafood Restaurant and Port View Seafood Village where diners can pick and choose their crabs, shellfish, lobsters and fish straight from the tank and onto their table!

 

For a floating dining experience, visit Kampung Nelayan and enjoy a nightly cultural performance. At the Tanjung Aru Beach Seafood Restaurant, diners can enjoy stunning beachfront views while feasting on fresh seafood.

 

A leisurely 25-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu city is the Gayang and Salut seafood restaurants (both located along Jalan Sulaman – from UMS highway, on the way to Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort) famous for its great value and generous portions. If its alfresco dining and endless choices that you want, then head over to Sri Selera Kampung Air – the line-up of seafood restaurants found at Sedco Complex (behind the Golden Screen Cinemas movie theatre).

 

Chinese

 

I.        Bak Kut Teh

 

This famous Chinese delicacy is usually eaten with rice and is often served with you tiao (strips of fried dough). Soy sauce mixed with chopped cili padi and minced garlic is usually taken together as a dip. Bak kut teh makes a great filling dinner for those with super healthy appetites!

 

Kim Min Coffee Shop

Address: 92, Gaya Street,88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

Business hours: Open from 5pm-11pm daily

Telephone number: 088-255627 or 012 803 3329 (Tony Kong)

 

Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh

Address: 74 Jalan Gaya,Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Business hours: 4.30pm – 11.00pm Closed alternate Monday.

Telephone number: +6088 221192

 

II.      Beaufort Mee

 

Beaufort Mee is Chinese-style fried home-made local yellow noodles from the district of Beaufort, served with your choice of meat or seafood and a generous amount of crunchy and fresh choy-sim (Chinese greens). Available from Restoran Beaufort (Shop No.1, Ground Floor, Taman Mesra, Penamapang, Tel: 016 818 9339) – open from 8am – 2pm & 6pm – 9pm and closed Monday.

 

Restoran Beaufort

Address: Shop No.1, Ground Floor, Taman Mesra, Penampang, Sabah Malaysia

Business hours: 8am – 2pm & 6pm – 9pm and closed Monday

Telephone number: +6016 881 2323 (Richard)

 

III.    Claypot rice

 

Clay pot rice is usually taken as a dinner dish. This delicious sticky rice is typically served with Chinese sausage (lap cheong) and vegetables. The rice is cooked in the clay pot first and cooked ingredients like diced chicken and Chinese sausage are added in later.

 

Traditionally, the cooking is done over a charcoal stove, giving the dish a distinctive flavour. In some places, it is served with dark soya sauce and also dried salted fish. Clay pot cooking is rather time consuming, nevertheless, it will all be worthwhile as it makes a very fine feast.

 

Whet your appetite with a bowl of clay pot rice at eateries such as Grace Point in Sembulan, Restoran Yee Fung in Gaya Street, Food City in Kolombong, Food Paradise food court City Mall (3rd Floor) and Wisma Merdeka food court (2nd Floor). 

 

Malay

 

IV.    Fish Head Curry

 

The fish head curry is a famous Malay staple food. It is a dish where the head of an ikan merah (literally “Red fish”) which is red snapper, is semi-stewed in a thick curry with assorted vegetables such as okra and brinjals and usually served with either rice.

 

Fish head curry normally has a rich and smooth texture with spicy and sour taste.  Asam (tamarind) juice is sometimes added to the gravy to give it a sweet-sour taste (see asam fish); this variety of fish head curry normally has thinner, orange coloured gravy.

 

Get a taste of the delicious fish head curry at Salim Curry House in Lintas, Kak Nong is Beverly Hills Bundusan, and Krishna Curry House in Rainfield Court.

 

Kohinoor North Indian Restaurant

Address: Waterfront Esplanade Sabah, Malaysia.

Business hours: 11:30am – 2:00pm & 5:30pm – 11:00pm

Telephone number: +6088 235160

 

Rasa Nyonya Restaurant

Address: 50 Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia.

Business hours: Open from 11:00am – 2:30pm & 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Telephone number: +60 088 218092

 

Sri Melaka Restaurant

Address: Jalan Laiman Diki, Kampung Air Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Business hours: Open daily from 10:00am – 9:30pm

Telephone number: +60 88 224777 / 213028

 

V.      Laksa


Curry laksa noodles, referred simply as “laksa”, is a coconut-based curry soup noodles. The main ingredients for most versions of curry laksa include tofu puffs, fish sticks, shrimp and cockles. Some vendors may sell chicken laksa which uses chicken instead of shrimp. Cockles are usually very commonly used in laksa and most vendors would add them into laksa unless customers request not to have cockles for hygiene reasons. Laksa is commonly served with a spoonful of sambal chilli paste and is traditionally garnished with Vietnamese coriander, or laksa leaf, which is known in Malay as daun kesum. Laksa is simply referred to or ordered at a restaurant as laksa (curry laksa) or assam laksa. By default, laksa means the standard curry laksa while assam laksa refers to the standard Penang version.

 

Rasa Nyonya Restaurant

Address: 50 Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia.

Business hours: Open from 11:00am – 2:30pm & 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Telephone number: +60 088 218092

 

Sri Melaka Restaurant

Address: Jalan Laiman Diki, Kampung Air Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Business hours: Open daily from 10:00am – 9:30pm

Telephone number: +60 88 224777 / 213028

 

VI.    Satay

 

A real Malaysian favourite and great snack or a hearty meal. Popular choices are beef and chicken, and they are enjoyed fresh off the flame and dipped in a delicious peanut sauce. For a more fulfilling meal, ask for a serving of ketupat (pulut rice cooked with coconut milk) to go with it.

 

In Kota Kinabalu, Jalan Pantai has several satay vendors that are a classic favourite among locals – try Yuit Cheong Coffee Shop, Kedai Kopi Kun Hin and Fortune Bertuah. Try also Fun Sen & Kedai Kopi Cintamey (Ismail Satay) – located behind the Cathay Cinema (adjacent to Wisma Dang Bandang). In the evening, head over to Sri Selera Kampung Air – although famous for its seafood, be sure to check out the many good satay stalls here!

 

VII.  Nasi Ayam

 

Nasi ayam (chicken rice) is originally a Chinese dish that consists of specially cooked rice teamed together with chicken (thinly sliced) in dark soya sauce and oyster sauce gravy usually accompanied by cucumber slices.

 

Nasi ayam is available in most coffee shops; especially Chinese and Malay ones, roadside stalls, and even chain restaurants. Most chicken rice vendors offer two options of either roasted or steamed chicken. Other variations may include a BBQ version or a honey-roasted one. Go to a Chinese or Malay coffee shop today and order for yourself a scrumptious plate of nasi ayam. Check out outlets such as Singapore Chicken Rice shop (Centre Point shopping centre basement and Api Api Centre), Kedai Kopi Kwong Tung Chai Kolombong in Jalan Pantai and Rafflesia Chicken Hut in Karamunsing Complex and Damai Plaza.

 

VIII. Nasi Lemak


Nasi lemak is a popular Malay food which consists of rice; usually cooked in santan (coconut milk), fried anchovies in spicy sambal, fried peanuts, half a hard-boiled egg, and slices of cucumber served and wrapped in a banana leaf. Nasi lemak is mainly eaten as breakfast, yet nowadays plenty of restaurants are offering it for each meals of the day. This delicious food is wonderfully complemented by a cup of teh tarik.

 

IX.  Ngiu Chap

 

Be sure to try the famous ngiu chap, which means ‘mixed beef’. Consisting a combination of minced beef balls, beef slices, tripe, tendon, tongue and other parts of the cow (or buffalo), this signature Sabah dish is usually served with noodles in a delicious beef broth.

 

X. Rojak

 

Rojak is a noodle dish served with hearty peanut sauce, beef slices and boiled egg. Like soto, this is a popular Javanese / Indonesian dish eaten by all communities in Sabah. In Peninsular Malaysia, Rojak is a vegetable and fruit salad served with peanut sauce. Soto and Rojak are available at most Malay coffee shops.

 

Enjoy a delicious plate of rojak today at Malay restaurants such as Happy coffee shop in Sinsuran, Kak Nong in Beverly Hills, restoran Sri Dewi in Tg. Aru, and Restoran Sri Sempelang in Sembulan.

 

XI.  Soto

 

Soto is a Javanese / Indonesian-style beef soup served with noodles. Like ngiu chap, the beef broth is strong and flavourful and you can have your noodles with a combination of chicken, beef, tripe or tendon. To truly enjoy the tender and juicy meat of this Javanese dish, try Sup Tulang (which literally means ‘bone soup’) or Sup Ekor (oxtail soup). Some say this is the perfect hangover cure!

 

Order a nice bowl of soto today at any renowned Malay restaurants. We recommend Happy coffee shop in Sinsuran, Restoran Sri Sempelang in Sembulan, and the Chicken Rice Shop in Warisan Square and 1Borneo Hypermall.

 

Indian

 

XII.  Roti Canai

 

Another Malaysian favourite, the roti canai, is mainly catered in mamak stalls (Indian hawker stalls) or restaurants. It is made of dough that is made by mixing copious amounts of flour, water, and ghee together. The entire mixture is then kneaded, flattened, oiled, and folded repeatedly before being flattened for the very last time, coated with oil, and cooked on a flat iron skillet with plenty of oil. The perfect piece of roti canai would be flat, fluffy on the inside, yet crispy and flaky on the outside. This food, also known as the flying bread ‘due to its method of preparation, is normally served with dal or dhal’ (lentil) curry or chicken curry gravy. It makes a good quick meal anytime due to its convenient and filling characteristics. The roti canai and teh tarik combo is a winning meal choice for busy individuals. Try your roti canai today at any mamak stalls nearby or go to these restaurants listed below.

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List of Fine Dining Restaurant

July 27th, 2009 by admin

Chinese

 

1)   Equatorial Restaurant

Address: Lot C-G8, C-G7, Ground Floor, Block C, Plaza Tanjung Aru, Jalan Mat Salleh, Sabah
Telephone number: +6088 313399 / 313166 / 225166

 

2)    Four Seasons Restaurant
Address: Lot G23, 24 & 25,Ground Floor, Kompleks Asia City, Jalan Asia City,Sabah, Malaysia.
Business hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm (Monday – Friday) & 8:00am – 10:00pm (Saturday – Sunday)
Telephone number: +6088 484988

 

3)   SuperTanker Restaurant
Address: Shoplot No. 12, 13, Grand Industrial hase 2, Jalan Bundusan, Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia
Business hours: 11:30am – 2:00pm & 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Telephone number: +6088 717889

 

Indian

 

1)   Anjappar Chettinad Restaurant
Address: G 49 Asia City Complex,Asia City, Kota KinabaluSabah, Malaysia
Business hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm
Telephone number: +6088 227969 , 484969

  

2)   Kohinoor North Indian Restaurant
Address: Waterfront EsplanadeSabah, Malaysia.
Business hours: 11:30am – 2:00pm & 5:30pm – 11:00pm
Telephone number: +6088 235160

 

3)    Naan
Address: Shangri-La Rasa Ria Resort,Sabah, Malaysia.
Telephone number: +6088 792888

 Italian

 

1)      Bella Italia Pizzeria Ristorante Cafe
Address: Ground Floor, Shop 69, Hotel Jesselton, Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Business hours: Daily (6am – 11pm)
Telephone number: +6088 31336

 

2)      Grazie Italia Pizzeria Ristorante Cafe
Address: Lot 2-1-30G, Ground Floor, Level 1, Wawasan Plaza Complex,Sabah, Malaysia.
Business hours: Monday – Friday (11am – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm), Weekends & Public Holidays (6pm – 11pm)
Telephone number: +6019 5315246

 

3)      Little Italy
Address: Ground Flr, No. 23, Hotel Capitol, Jalan Haji Saman,Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
Business hours: 10:00am – 11:30pm
Telephone number: +6088 232231

 

4)      Luna Rossa Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Address: Lot 6, Jalan Gaya-Tanjung Lipat,Sabah, Malaysia.
Business hours: 11:00am – 2:00pm (weekdays) & 6:00pm – midnight (extended hours on Fri, Sat & Sun)
Telephone number: +6088 266882

 

5)      Toscani’s Italian & Spanish Fusion
Address: Lot 14, The Waterfront, Sabah, Malaysia
Business hours: 11:30am – midnight (daily) & till 1:00am (Friday and Saturday)
Telephone number: +6088 242879

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