Sabah is part of Malaysia and is located at the island of Borneo. Every year, there are thousands of tourists coming to visit here. Sabah has one of the best beaches, one of the best diving sides and one of the most delicious seafood you can ever find in south east asia. Tourist from as far as American will flock to Sabah to enjoy the beautiful beaches, witnessing the best diving sides and tasting exotic seafood.
The transportation in Sabah is rather comprehensively covered to the tourist spot where most of the buses departing from the city of Kota Kinabalu Sabah to various part in Sabah such as Sandakan, Semporna, Menumbok and many more. Here are some tips and information for travelling from Kota Kinabalu to various destination.
Tips for Going to Kuala Penyu
Kuala Penyu is famous for its beaches, especially Tempurung beach, Sawangan beach and Sungai Labuan Waterfront. Most of the tourists visit Kuala Penyu to enjoy the beautiful beaches. Moreover, it is also the gateway to Pulau Tiga National Park, where the series ‘Survivor Borneo’ was shoot there.
In order to get to Kuala Penyu from Kota Kinabalu, unfortunately, there is no direct bus from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Penyu. However, you can take the bus to Menumbok and alight at the roundabout of Kuala Penyu. There are several mini bus that provide direct transport to Kuala Penyu.
Tips for Travelling from Kota Kinabalu to Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan
Total journey is 8 hours, but there are numerous stops for passport stamping along the way.
- 2 hours journey from Kota Kinabalu to Sarawak border, total of 2 passport stamping needed
- 2 hours journey from Sarawak to Brunei border, total of 2 passport stamping needed
- 1.5 hours journey from Brunei to Sarawak border, total of 2 passport stamping needed
- 1 hour from Sarawak border to Brunei Bandar Seri Bangawan, total of 2 passport stamping needed