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1-1-11, First Floor, Api-Api Centre Jalan Centre PointExcellent 93%
shannon.di Great place to relax for a few days. Surrounding countryside and towns are quite interesting if you are able to hire a car and go exploring. Otherwise, relax by the beach and play vocable all day long!
No. 20, Jalan Aru Tanjung AruExcellent 90%
1st Floor, No.9, Jalan Masjid Lama Mosque ValleyExcellent 92%
Cleggy Very welcoming - it was a public holiday, so the owner picked us up from the airport in his car and gave us a tour of the city! The hostel was perfectly clean, had comfortable beds, hot showers and a lovely breakfast with a wide range of fruit, fruit juice, sticky rice, cakes and toast.
1 Sutera Harbour Boulevard Sutera HarbourGreat 80%
1st Floor, No. 133 Jalan Gaya,Excellent 90%
kiwa3816 I stayed in an air conditioned room with my boyfriend. High hospitality with cheap price. Very nice hostel.
no.6 Jalan Laiman Diki, Kg. AirAwesome 89%
cindy_sim2 The hotel is overly cautious with cost. The staff will enter your room just to turn off the aircon and fan without asking for permission. Even though we did not drop the key at the front desk. The share-toilet rolls (inferior quality) always run out empty, we have to remind them to replenish the rolls often.
Kompleks Tabung Haji Kota Kinabalu Jln Sembulan, PO Box 12908Great 80%
Kampung Tinompok, Kundasang (1KM before Kinabalu National Park)Awesome 87%
cmstr Stayed here for 2 days. It's not as close to the park entrance as it looks on the map. About 2 km partly uphill so if you're planning to climb Mt. Kinabalu, you'll probably want to get the taxi both ways the day you start and finish the climb. Also you really really do need to pack something warm as the blankets are thin and aren't enough for the chilly nights and early mornings and you have to pay if you want extra blankets. Not a bad place to stay, I only wish it was a bit closer to the park/restaurants/buses. Other than that it was clean and the staff were helpful :)
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