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Kota Kinabalu Tour Ideas

Day Trip to Mount Kinabalu Poring Rainforest

Day Trip to Mount Kinabalu Poring Rainforest
Duration:
9 hours
From:
USD 79.00
<p><strong></strong>Mount Kinabalu was nominated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its sheer biodiversity. Enjoy a short trail walk at the base of the mountain and visit the Mountain Garden to capture a glimpse into the fascinating and often unique world of flora. The montane oak-chestnut forest at the Park headquarters gives way to lowland dipterocarp forest at Poring on the eastern boundary.  Here, you may trek through the rainforest and witness life in the treetops as you walk along the 100ft high Canopy Walkway. </p>

Half-Day Monsopiad Cultural Village and House of Skulls from Kota Kinabalu

Half-Day Monsopiad Cultural Village and House of Skulls from Kota Kinabalu
Duration:
4 hours
From:
USD 100.00
Join this tour and step back in time for a cultural experience like no other! Visit the Monsopiad Cultural Village where you will see the typical village of the Kadazan people and visit the Monsopiad House of Skulls where you can see 42 skulls hanging from the rafters.<br>Enjoy a cultural performance, handicraft activities and the opportunity to try your hand at the traditional dance along with a photo taking opportunity with the dance performers.

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Kota Kinabalu Airport (BKI) Services & Amenities


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 Other Items of Interest at Kota Kinabalu Airport


The 2 terminals at Kota Kinabalu Airport are located at opposite ends of the runway, and the roads leading from them to the city are different. A transfer between terminals can take 20-25 minutes, or longer.

  • Terminal 1 is served by Malaysia Airlines and Royal Burnei Airlines
  • Terminal 2 is primarily served by Air Asia

 

Kota Kinabalu Airport services include:

  • Internet kiosk, printing, fax, CD burning - Terminal 2
  • Duty free
  • Luggage storage - Terminal 1 (Level 3, by the frozen seafood shop!), Terminal 2 (near AirAsia ticketing)
  • Clinic - Terminal 1 (by McDonalds)
  • Birdnest shop - Terminal 1
  • Tourist information - Terminal 2

 

Look around if you transit Terminal 1. The column head design in the Departure Hall is inspired by ‘Wakid’ basket design, a symbolic native practice used when preparing for a meaningful journey. Rungus and Bajau ethnic patterns also appear in the floor tiles.




 Disabled Facilities at the BKI Kota Kinabalu Airport


There are basic facilities for disabled travellers at Kota Kinabalu Airport. You are advised to contact your airline with any special requirements prior to departure.





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Last Updated: 14 Dec 2014