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We're family 3 adult 2 children visited Kota Kinabalu on 4 - 7 June 2019. I feel shock! This city totally very dirty ! Near the waterfront area you can see rubbish every where, on the street, in the drains, in the sea. Totally rubbish...More
The Waterfront of Kota Kinabalu has,always been an attraction to the licals as,well as visitors to the City. I was by chance visited there during the Muslim Fasting month and was,surprised to see the Authority organized an eatery in front of the Waterfront for the...More
Unfortunately the goverment does not offer rubbish collection for everyone. As response the rubbish get dumped in the ocean. The big hotels chains do not seem to do anything either. Just collect money from tourists and hope that they do not leave the resorts.
KK's city waterfront has a super sun set view which would give you views of the sun set and sun falls off the sea line, you have to be the before 6pm, preferrable about 5.45pm to look for a good spot as many people will...More
This is the business card of the people, trey do not bind the earth, the sea, the nature. The problem with plastic here is the order of the day. The sluggishness and kilograms of waste float on coast of KK, rats, dirty streets, poor children...More
Went to the fish market, which was quite impressive, great choices of fish and all sellers very friendly. Strolled around at Waterfront, just amazing how dirty it is and what people throw into the water, from plastic bottles to thousands of cigarette buds and whatever...More
This water side walkway provided great views as the sun set but the rest, although interesting comprised low level restaurants and bars designed for tourists.The market probably dicates what operates along this strip but it could be better.