The Wonders Of Kota Kinabalu: 3 Places You Should Visit

Goodwood Grand - The Wonders Of Kota Kinabalu: 3 Places You Should Visit

Have you ever dreamed of living by tropical islands, sandy beaches, lush rainforests and a big ol’ mountain asserting its dominance over the landscape of it all?  It may be fascinating for you to imagine the breathtaking scenery that will never bore you, but think about turning that fantasy into a reality by moving to any condominium Kota Kinabalu – now that is what we are going to talk about. Once you step foot on this magical-like land, you could not resist the urge to walk around the city and feel like a kid who is amazed with every little thing they see. That’s right, Kota Kinabalu can give you that love at first sight imagery, except it is the charm of the capital itself that draws you in to its beauty.

Goodwood Grand - The Wonders Of Kota Kinabalu: 3 Places You Should Visit

Here are 5 places you should visit in Kota Kinabalu to make you consider living in an apartment Kota Kinabalu:

  1. Mari Mari Cultural Village

It may not be exactly in the city or even duplicate the hustling and bustling of its nature, but you would regret it if you did not take an extra half an hour to make a journey to witness the tribal life in Sabah. In this interactive village, you will learn about each of the five main tribes: Bajau, Lundayeh, Murut, Rungus and Dusun – where you will catch a glimpse on their rituals and lifestyle. For foodies, they are in for luck as they can sample the tribe’s freshly prepared food and drinks using fire with a few sticks and a lot of skill. You can even test out your blowdart skills! The final agenda is the most important highlight as there is a traditional dance show to entertain you along with afternoon tea.

  1. Kota Kinabalu City Mosque

The majestic white mosque is the top tourist spot in Kota Kinabalu which is spotted near Likas Bay. What makes it beautiful and worth its title is the reflection of the mosque in the water that gives the illusion of floating on the lagoon surrounding it as well as its architectural design is a marvel of Islamic contemporary, making it a sight to behold to anyone who laid eyes on the mosque. Housing three madrasas and accommodating over 12000 people, the pure white mosque is open for public visits daily to venture inside and outside, except on Fridays.

  1. Muzium Sabah

A museum is packed with cultural history, and that is exactly what Muzium Sabah has in store. The beautiful culture of Sabah is packed with diversity in Sabahan culture aspects. The museum, in fact, has everything for visitors to browse through the history of it all, such as ceramics, pottery, ethnography and many others in colorful displays and animal exhibits. On the museum grounds lies a Heritage Village where visitors can enter with RM15 fee and gain knowledge about various types of traditional houses resided by indigenous groups of Sabah. The museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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