Kota Kinabalu (KK) is the state capital of Sabah, Malaysia. It is also the capital of the Kota Kinabalu District as well as the West Coast Division of Sabah.
There are a number of cultural venues in KK. The Sabah State Musuem, situated near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, is the main museum of Sabah. The Merdeka Square (known as “Town Fields”) is the site where the declaration of Sabah’s independence and formation of Malaysia took place. The Atkinson Clock Tower near Bandaran Berjaya was built by Mary Edith Atkinson in 1905 and it is only one of three pre-World War II buildings to survive the war.
There are many leisure spots and conserved areas in and around Kota Kinabalu. Anjung Samudra (KK Waterfront) is a waterfront entertainment spot in the city centre which features restaurants, cafes, pubs, and a nightclub. Tanjung Aru, located about 10 kilometres, 6 miles, from the city centre, is one of the beaches along the West Coast. Its name was derived from the casuarina trees (locally called Aru trees) that grow on the shoreline
- Courtyard hotel @ 1borneo
- Lintas View Hotel
- Sabah Oriental Hotel
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