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Grandis Hotel and Resorts
Hotel Grandis, located in Kota Kinabalu, was named after Ascidieria Grandis (Eria Grandis), an endemic orchid found on Mount Kinabalu. The hotel's prime location makes it an ideal retreat for those looking to explore the area's eclectic shopping, dining, entertainment sites, and tourist attractions. It is just a 15-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport and right next to one of the most popular malls in town.

The hotel features 188 beautifully designed rooms, including superior rooms, deluxe rooms, and upscale suites, all furnished with tailored amenities such as LED TVs with satellite channels, complimentary high-speed internet access, an in-room locker, and a power shower. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that provide stunning views of either the city of Kota Kinabalu or the South China Sea and the tranquil islands.

Hotel Grandis has three food & beverage outlets: the all-day dining Rosea Café, the Piano Lounge, and Sky Blu Bar, which serve mouth-watering Western and Asian cuisine. Two function rooms and a boardroom provide comfortable and convenient venues for community and business activities. The hotel is also a non-smoking property. The Sky Blu Bar, located on the hotel's rooftop, is an excellent spot to witness the city's famous sunsets.

The hotel's central location in Kota Kinabalu allows guests to easily access major banks, the city jetty, and the Gaya Street Sunday market, all within walking distance. Additionally, the hotel is just a 5-minute drive from Sabah International Convention Center for those attending conventions and exhibitions.

Hotel Grandis offers several facilities and services to guests, including an adult and children swimming pool, a business center, gymnasium, club lounge, and Surau, as well as laundry and dry cleaning services, taxi service, tour desk, and safe deposit boxes. The hotel accepts major credit cards and has won numerous prestigious tourism and hotel awards, including the Sabah Tourism Board's Best Hotel under the 3/4-star category in 2019.




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Hilton Kota Kinabalu
We’re in the city center, within five minutes of the Fillipino Market and Jesselton Jetty, offering transport to Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. Sabah International Convention Center is three kilometers away, and shopping malls are within ten minutes. Enjoy our rooftop pool and patio, fitness center, and city views from our Rooftop Bar & Grill.




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Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu
Hyatt Centric hotels are located in the heart of the action, serving as the perfect spot for exploring all your destination has to offer. Hyatt Centric hotels are centrally located so you can explore your destination’s hot spots, hidden gems, and local sounds. Explore with us: We’re here to help you discover the best of whatever city you’re in. After a day of exploration, enjoy a selection of artisanal craft cocktails and local fare in a chic space with a chill vibe. Featuring a wide variety of bites and beverages from a menu that’s constantly evolving, there’s always a new flavor to discover, day and night.




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Hyatt Regency Kinabalu
Hyatt Regency Kinabalu offers luxury stays, dazzling choices of local and international cuisines and memorable meetings and events. Experience five-star Sabahan hospitality in the heart of Kota Kinabalu’s business, shopping and entertainment district overlooking the scenic coral islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and South China Sea. Whether staying in Kota Kinabalu hotels for business or leisure, a stay at Hyatt Regency Kinabalu enables you to connect to who and what matters most to you.


Le Meridien


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Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu
Discover a true urban sanctuary at Le Méridien Kota Kinabalu. Edging the waterfront, our hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the city’s central business, retail and entertainment district. Immerse yourself in 5-star comfort amid stylish hotel accommodations featuring stunning sea and city views, contemporary amenities and refined design elements inspired by the eclectic beauty of Sabah Borneo, Malaysia. Upgrade your stay to Le Méridien club or suite rooms to enjoy exclusive access to the panoramic sea-view Club Lounge. Explore Kota Kinabalu's many cultural fascinations, and complete the experience with distinctive local and international cuisine at our restaurants. Celebrate or succeed in sophisticated event and meeting venues, and relax with creative cocktails as you enjoy a sunset in motion at our rooftop bar. Designed to inspire your senses, Le Méridien Kota Kinabalu is a 5-star haven in a vibrant destination.

Designed for the glamourous traveler, our 412 chic, spacious and contemporary-designed rooms offers the best views of Kota Kinabalu, surrounded with the mesmerising sea and lush forest hills. Delight in modern comforts with our king or twin/single bed(s), floor to ceiling windows, USB outlets, high speed internet access, large bathroom with rain shower and destination-inspired amenities that will invigorate and stimulate the senses.

Being In Sabah




Mount Kinabalu

Tropical Rainforest Climate

Flora & Fauna


Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu is a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo in South East Asia. It is protected as Kinabalu National Park, a World Heritage Site. In 1997, a re-survey using satellite technology established its summit (known as Low’s Peak) height at 4,095 metres (13,435 ft) above sea level.

The mountain and its surroundings are among the most important biological sites in the world, with between 5000 and 6000 species of plants, 326 species of birds, and more than 100 mammalian species identified. Among this rich collection of wildlife are famous species such as the gigantic Rafflesia plants and the Orangutan. Mount Kinabalu has been accorded UNESCO World Heritage status.


Tropical Rainforest Climate

Equatorial / Tropical—the climate is generally hot and sunny all year round; visitors need to wear comfortable clothing to avoid heatstroke. We also have scattered unpredictable rains, therefore, it’s advisable to always bring an umbrella in case it rains.


Flora & Fauna

Sabah’s Flora & Fauna has about 1,200 species of orchids, 26 species of rhododendrons, 9 species of Nepenthes pitcher plants, over 80 species of fig trees, over 60 species of oaks and chestnut trees. 100 species of mammals, 326 species of birds – the list goes on! The Park has continually attracted top naturalists and botanists from around the world and been proclaimed an area with the richest diversity of flora and fauna. Examples of Sabah’s fauna are the Orang Utan, Borneo Pygmy Elephant, the Sumatran Rhinoceros and Hornbills.



Island Hopping

Climbing, Water Rafting

Cultural Experience


Island Hopping

All islands that you will be visiting during your island hopping trip are located close to Kota Kinabalu. There are five main islands that visitors prefer to explore while island hopping in Sabah, and depending on your energy and curiosity levels, you can choose to explore some or all of them. These islands include Manukan Island, Sapi Island, Mamutik Island, Gaya Island and Sulug Island.


Climbing, Water Rafting

Adrenaline junkies and sports enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with the variety of adventure and sporting activities available in Sabah. From the exhilarating Mountain Torque Via Feratta, to the Kiulu White Water Rafting, to jungle trekking expedition in Mesilau—Sabah is abound with challenges to suit the wild at heart.


Cultural Experience

As a melting pot of 32 diverse ethnic groups; Sabah is the ultimate destination to experience dense cultural heritage. Be spellbound by the graceful traditional dances, vivid ornamental costumes, and be enticed by the exotic cuisines we serve. In Sabah, culture vultures will have a blast!



Malaysian Ringgit (RM)

Credit Cards



Malaysian Ringgit (RM)

Travelers’ cheques and foreign currencies can be changed for Malaysian Ringgit at banks and hotels. However, there are also money changer kiosks available at major shopping complexes and airport. Most major hotels charge a nominal fee for currency conversion.


Credit Cards

VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club — credit and charge cards are accepted in almost all departmental stores , supermarkets, petrol stations and restaurants.



Shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants and mini markets are generally open daily from 10am to 10pm. Food and beverages in exclusive restaurants, cafes and clubs, as well as accommodations normally include 5% service charges. Tipping is NOT practiced. It is up to the individual if they want to leave a tip or not.



E-Hailing Service

City Bus

Telco, Electricity & Water


E-Hailing Service

There is also the option of using the E-Hailing services for getting around. However, this is up to the visitors discretion. We are not held responsible for any risks involved. Access Grab services through apps you’re already familiar with WeChat, AliPay, Ctrip, Kakao T and users can access Grab’s ride-hailing services across Southeast Asia through these apps.


City Bus

For a mere RM0.50, you can hop on any of the 4 routes and get to anywhere in the central business district between the Wawasan bus terminal and Jesselton Point, Sabah Trade Centre or the Berjaya Palace Hotel. Assuming you can find a space, of course, because the service is popular.

With reportedly 15 buses on the route, the target time for each bus is every 5 minutes. However, if you know Kota Kinabalu traffic you’ll realise that isn’t always possible, and practically the buses appear anywhere between 5 to 20 minutes.


Telco, Electricity & Water

Country Code: (60). Outgoing international code: (00). IDD is available. The 4 major telecommunications players are Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile. Internet services are widely available throughout Sabah. Most lodges and budget hotels offer Wi-Fi or high-speed broadband internet access and all major hotels have excellent facilities.

Electric current is on a 240 Volts AC using a square 3-pin plug. Visitors are advised against drinking unboiled water.


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Beginning 1 January 2024 all foreign citizens travelling to Malaysia are required to complete the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) three (3) days prior to arrival, except:

  • Citizens of Singapore;
  • Diplomatic and Official Passport holders;
  • Malaysian Permanent Residents and Long Term-Pass holders;
  • General Certificate of Identity (GCI) Brunei Darussalam holders;
  • Brunei Malaysia Frequent Traveller Facility holders;
  • Thailand Border Pass holders; and
  • Indonesia Cross-Border Travel Document (PLB) holders.

MDAC must be submitted to this link