- published: 08 Mar 2017
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This is the 3rd video in a 5 part travel vlog series featuring Sabahan sweetheart Joannabelle in collaboration with Froggy Planet. In this episode Joannabelle and Lucas explore the hidden gems and delicious delicacies of three great locations in KK City. Starting at the famous Gaya street Market which runs every Sunday and continuing to the Waterfront / Bar street before finishing the night with some tasty local fruits at the Pasar Malam. Book with Amazing Borneo today and we can help you to explore all of these fun and iconic places in Kota Kinabalu. Follow us! https://www.facebook.com/amazingborneo https://www.instagram.com/amazingborneo https://twitter.com/amazingborneo https://www.facebook.com/lovesabahtravel http://www.lovesabah.com http://www.amazingborneo.com Joannabelle https...
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having a few beers at a western bar in KK, malaysia.
Best Place To Chill in Kota Kinabalu KK City Waterfront July 2, 2017 Compared to other Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia doesn’t have a drinking culture mainly because majority of the population are Muslims. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have nightlife and bars. So if you are a tourist visiting this capital city of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo, the best place to booze is at KK city Waterfront. This attraction in Kota Kinabalu has about 2 kilometers of Waterfront Boardwalk that offers an array of restaurants, bar and spas. Nothing Feels like relaxing while having a bottle of beer and watch the sun slowly sets over the South China Sea. Best time to come is during happy hours from around 5pm to 9pm wher beer costs at around RM 12.00 to 16.00 per bottle and normally goes up to RM 22.00 af...
Please take note that this video was recorded on 04/08/2015 in the morning on Tuesday (busy working day) so do not be surprise that very less people came to this mall at that time and it is a very new shopping mall. Most shops have not opened yet.
Dansk - English: se below På den nordlige del af Borneo – ud mod det sydkinesiske hav - ligger Malaysia-provinsen Sabah, med hovedstaden Kota Kinabalu. Kota Kinabalu er udgangspunktet for mange turisture ind i Borneos tropiske jungle med det rige dyreliv og de maleriske bjergområder. Især havnefronten med det pulserende liv i såvel havnen som i havet udfor med de mange kystnære øer og trafikken til og fra i alskens fartøjer tiltrækker mange turister. Havnefronten udbygges derfor hastigt med hoteller og forretningscentre. Den gamle havnefront byder på et væld af oplevelser. Pittoreske fartøjer og farverige markeder, der summer af liv. EN In the northern part of Borneo facing the South China Sea –- is Malaysia-Sabah province situated, with the capital city Kota Kinabalu. Kota Kinaba...
Kota Kinabalu is perfectly positioned to enjoy the best of Sabah's sunsets, with sea, islands and city all contributing to an awesome show. Thanks to billowing clouds around evening, Sabah sunsets are almost always a spectacular backdrop against which to end the day.
Our NBC Vessels depart twice daily. The first departure is commonly referred to as our Sunset dinner cruise whilst the second dinner cruise takes place later at night and gives a stunning new perspective of the KK City waterfront. To book now or for more info visit our website: http://www.northborneocruises.com Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/northborneocruises/ https://www.facebook.com/northborneocruises/