Start your tour with a scenic drive through its capital, Kota Kinabalu City. The city, formerly known as "Singgahmata" or "the Place where the Eye Lingers", has risen from the destruction of the last world war to become a vibrant and modern city that still retains its traditional charms. See many places of interests in the city centre such as the Wisma Tun Mustapha (Sabah Foundation Building), Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Sabah State and City Mosque and the Sabah Museum for the historical and cultural aspects of the indigenous people. Enjoy a brief stop along Signal Hill which provides a aweseom bird's eye view of the city skyline and nearby islands and a chance to stop at a handicraft market.
|0900 hrs||Pick up from hotel lobby for a drive through to Kota Kinabalu city. Begin with introduction of the city history. Brief stop at Signal Hill provides a bird's eye view of the commercial sector of Kota Kinabalu and the 5 islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. See our tallest building in Sabah, Wisma Tun Mustapha named after our first Chief Minister Tun Datu Mustapha formerly known as the Sabah Foundation Building, driving through the Universiti Malaysia Sabah, a brief stop at Pu Toh Tze Buddhist Temple continuing the journey to the Sabah State Museum. The Museum houses Sabah's rich cultural heritage and antiquity since the first recorded artifacts of some 40,000 years ago. Continue the journey with a brief stop at the state Mosque and ending at Handicraft Market.|
|1200 hrs||Return to hotel.|
All Big coaches are not allowed to go up to SIGNAL HILL due to safety reason by Kota Kinabalu City Hill.