- Sabah: Lok Kawi Wildlife Park
- Sabah: Tunku Abdul Rahman Park – Islands
- Sabah: Sunset at Tanjung Aru Beach & Pasar Kraftangan
- Sabah: Journey to Kundasang
- Sabah: Kinabalu Pine Resort – Dine&Nite
- Sabah: Kinabalu Pine Resort – Flowers
- Sabah: Sunrise on the Mount Kinabalu (Video)
- Sabah: “Tagal” Sg Moroli, Kuala Luanti Baru, Ranau
- Sabah: Sabah Tea Garden
- Sabah: Poring Hot Springs
- Sabah: Gayo Ngaran? Mount Kinabalu?
- Sabah: Kinabalu Park
- Sabah: Gayo Ngaran? Mount Kinabalu? (2)
- or check all Sabah posts here!
Sabah: Kota Kinabalu – Entry
Yeah, yeah! We are going to Kota Kinabalu! No, we are not climbing Mount Kinabalu but we are definitely going there to “meet” the mountain! Sabah, here we come!
The scenery from the plane after it left the ground from the LCCT Terminal.
The plane was flying beside the rising sun!
The scenery just before the plane landed at KK International Airport.
Yup! We boarded the Air Asia!
Step out of the Immigration counter and you can collect your luggage!
In fact, we saw the other end of the belt as we were walking into the building.
I was tempted to take a “ride” on the belt into the building!
Imagine bypassing the Immigration check and get caught!
This is how the airport looks like!
Another few steps and we were out of the building!
Out of the airport into the vehicle that took us around!
It will be cheaper if you could pre-book your driver and vehicle. Pay only one price! The price includes cost of vehicle, driver, petrol and parking (if any). The driver eats on his own (feel free to treat him for a drink or even a meal or two) and finds his own accommodations. There is no extra charge for “overtime” but you could tip the driver for his good service at the end of the days!!!
We wanted a driver because we did not want to tire ourselves with driving and finding our way. Also, it is always good to have a local to take you to the local places to eat and shop. A good driver can be a good guide and someone who can bargain prices for you!
However, do not just rely on him.
Have your own itinenary and discuss it with him.
He could give good suggestions too but you have to be specific and ask questions.
In other words, know what you want to do, where you want to go and how the arrangements going to be.
Have a local (or google) map so that you know the locations of the places for better planning.
Please note that the common language here is Bahasa Malaysia (with their local slang) although many can speak English.
Even Chinese looking people may not be able to speak Chinese although there are many who speak Mandarin and/ or Cantonese.
Our (very accommodating, reliable and drive safe) driver,
Paul @ 012-8278090.