Kota Kinabalu - Tambunan Highlands

The Tambunan Highlands is about 1 1/2 hour drive from KK Town. It seems to be the forgotten backyard of KK, as not many people go there. There are a couple of attractions here - a Rafflesia Centre and a Butterfly Park, but not many resorts.

To me this area has great tourism potential. The drive from KK is very scenic, and the weather is naturally cool all the time due to the altitude. Imagine waking up to find that you are high above the clouds, the air fresh and cool, and the worries of the world far far away.What a great escape that would be !


Food Promotions said…

Found your blog when i was googling for food in Kuching. Will be heading over to Kuching in 2 weeks time. Is there any nice dining place in town ? please do share with me.

Borneoboy said…
For hawker food, try the Dry Noodles at Carpenter Street - Opposite the Chinese Temple. There is also one at the Corner of Carpenter Street and Bishops Gate - one of the best noodles in Kuching.

For laksa - try Choon Hui at Abell Road. One of the best is at Grace Corner in Stutong. It is a bit far from town centre but worth it.

For Western food - try The Junk. For Asian fusion - try Bla Bla Bla. Read my post on Bla Bla Bla.
Samantha said…
Those are useful tips, really informative. Thanks for sharing. Great post!

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