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Top 10 Hotels Near University of Malaysia Sabah

Grand Borneo Hotel
3 out of 5
1.1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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RM132
per night
29 Dec-30 Dec
3.5/5Good! (355 reviews)

"Ada kolam mandi yang terlindung dari panas dan hujan, anak2 suka. 👍"…"

Reviewed on 6 Dec,2019

Grand Borneo Hotel
Tune Hotels - 1 Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
2.5 out of 5
0.9 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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RM77
per night
12 Dec-13 Dec
3.5/5Good! (196 reviews)

"Semua ok, sya suka stay tune hotel"…"

Reviewed on 23 Nov,2019

Tune Hotels - 1 Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
The Klagan Regency
3.5 out of 5
1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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RM178
per night
11 Jan-12 Jan
3.8/5Good! (301 reviews)

"staff is very nice"…"

Reviewed on 10 Dec,2019

The Klagan Regency
Iconic Homestay
3 out of 5
1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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Iconic Homestay
YYK 1Borneo Condominium
3 out of 5
1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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2.5/5 (2 reviews)
Dirty , Smely, Uncomfortable

"Must clean yourself the first day move in."…"

Reviewed on 1 Aug,2014

YYK 1Borneo Condominium
ZEN Rooms 1 Borneo
3 out of 5
1.1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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RM151
per night
1 Jan-2 Jan
5/5Exceptional! (1 review)

"Awesome journey during vacation at kota kinabalu ,sabah,malaysia"…"

Reviewed on 23 Mar,2018

ZEN Rooms 1 Borneo
Courtyard Hotel @ 1Borneo
3 out of 5
1.2 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
RM119
per night
19 Dec-20 Dec
3.1/5 (147 reviews)

"Near shopping mall"…"

Reviewed on 26 Jun,2019

Courtyard Hotel @ 1Borneo
One Borneo Condominium by Josie
2 out of 5
1.1 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
RM189
per night
23 Dec-24 Dec
3.5/5Good! (4 reviews)
Great Stay!

"Other than only one parking spot provided by the management everything else is perfect about this condo."…"

Reviewed on 1 Aug,2019

One Borneo Condominium by Josie
Fk Residences
3 out of 5
1.4 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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Rainbow Covenant 29
2.5 out of 5
1.5 km from University of Malaysia Sabah
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About Sabah

No place on Earth compares to the stunning natural beauty of Sabah. Covered in untouched green forests, unique Borneo wildlife, and gorgeous marine habitats, the north-eastern Malaysian province of Sabah is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Whether tourists spend time exploring the laid-back atmosphere of Kota Kinabalu, or dive the islands of Labuan, a holiday in Sabah will not be forgotten.

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Sabah is full of amazing sites worth checking out. Tourists will need at least a week to uncover them all.

National parks of Sabah are the ideal spots to retreat back to nature. Mount Kinabalu, which stands over the capital of Sabah, offers pristine mountain hikes and unspoilt views. Another majestic spot to enjoy the beauty of Sabah’s rainforested landscape is the Danum Valley, particularly near Lahad Datu.

Just a short distance off the coast of Kota Kinabalu is the majestic Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. This is arguably the best spot in Borneo for magnificent diving and snorkelling. There are dozens of other gorgeous sites for underwater explorations, including the east coast’s Sipadan island chain, where sharks, turtles and manta rays greet divers.

Wildlife viewing is a must in Sabah. In places like Sukau and Kinabatangan, proboscis monkeys are in abundance, living in their natural environment. Though not a natural area, Sepilok is home to injured and orphaned orangutans and is a real treat for nature-lovers. Don’t forget about the Crocker Range, which is home to the glorious Rafflesia flowers - the largest floral species in the world.

Restaurants and Bars

Dining is one of the biggest attractions in Sabah. The region has a vast array of cuisines, ranging from Indian to ethnic Malay, to Chinese and even Western. The larger cities and towns, like Kota Kinabalu and Tawau, offer the largest choice when it comes to cuisine. Along the coast, fresh seafood is always popular. Beef noodle is another local favourite, and traditional Kadazan cuisine, which is mostly found in the western and interior region of the province, is a recommended treat for tourists too.

Shopping in Sabah

Though Kota Kinabalu has a few modern malls, shopping in Sabah is mostly experienced through markets and bazaars, which are known as tamu. Handicrafts such as pearl products, weavings and carvings are popular as souvenir items. The tamu are also a great place to enjoy mixing with the locals. The largest and most famous market in the region is Kota Kinabalu’s Handicraft Market, located next to the waterfront.

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