We then moved to Polopin Market and Pasar Besar Kota Kinabalu. Such a view at the market with Rolex I-Pod being sold a cheap price (a Rolex of RM1.5 K is sold at RM500 and I-Pod at RM500, well you should know the reason for the price).
Pasar Ikan Masin, near Polopin Market, Kota Kinabalu
Lombok Rawit at RM26/Kilo .. gilo ko
The 2nd appointment was with our travel-agent in Jesselton. What was supposed to be a 2 pm schedule was one hour later due to miscommunication. And so we started our next drive at 300pm. The first place of visit is Bangunan Tun Mustapha also known as Yayasan Sabah (a must for any traveler to Jesselton). A tall unique building can be said as the proud foundation for Sabahan and just across the road is another great building … I forgot the name but it is a grand building, something to be proud of for Sabahan besides Dewan Bahasa Pustaka, Kota Kinabalu.
With our travel-agent at UMS Jetty
University Malaysia Sabah mosque
One Borneo (said to be the biggest shopping store in South-East Asia) was next and to Kadazan-Dusun Culture Association (KDCA), Jalan Damai for a village-cultural tour. Here placed the Sabah ethnic houses, very educating place for those who loved homes and architecture.
Kadazan Dusun Cultral Association Village, Jalan Damai
Masjid Terapong, Kota Kinabalu
Stopped at Masjid Terapong, Kota Kinabalu and to Pantai Tanjung Aru before maghrib to see the sunset scenary. Had dinner of chicken wings and chicken butts plus ‘jagong’, peeergh westernized meal for dinner.
Sunset at Tanjung Aru
WIth our travel-agent .. rase chang orrk !
Treasure of Nunuk Ragang, Kampong Air
Chieftan Model ~ Tracing the roots