The Hyatt Regency Kinabalu kindly invited SabahBah over to break fast with them and hosted us at their elaborate Ramadan buffet spread at the Tanjung Ria Cafe.
Of course, we didn’t have enough stomach space to sample everything on offer, but their Ramadan buffet runs all through the month, so we can always go back and try.
Sabah Golfers have just become the greenest golfers in Malaysia, with the introduction of the country’s first solar-powered golf buggies.
Thanks to the collaboration of 2 Malaysian companies, battery operated buggies that recharge with the help of the sun, is now a reality in Sabah.
There’s a new kid on the block; and that block is in Gaya street, where you’ll find the newest branch of the popular restaurant Party Play.
By the looks of the design and layout of this new branch, I think it’s a safe to say you can put your party hat on.
Jungle trekking in Sabah, Borneo; it conjures up images of months of preparation, a caravan of pack-donkeys, a Bear Grylls-type jungle guide and, of course, impenetrable jungle.
Kota Kinabalu is a sea-side city often described as a resort town, which indeed has a lot of choice resorts for the booking.
A question that often arises is: which is the best resort in Kota Kinabalu? “The Best” depends on your needs. Follow me and let’s analyse those needs.
Sutera Harbour Resort recently entered Kota Kinabalu’s scuba diving market when they were awarded a PADI Dive Resort rating.
PADI, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, is the world’s largest scuba diving certification body.
Chilli Vanilla is not new in town, but – for a variety of reasons – I’ve never actually sat down there for a meal, until just last week.
Last Saturday FoodieBah and I headed on over there to check out that Full Scottish Breakfast people have been talking about.
Turns out Sabahans love talking about the weather, especially when it’s out of the ordinary and there’s a vicious storm and seriously weird clouds involved.
On the morning of Tuesday, 12 June, Sabah was hit by an unusual, angry wave of bad weather.
The arrival of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dragon, is just around the corner and across the globe the Chinese community is gearing up for their annual new year celebrations.
Tonight SabahBah happily received news from Guinness that Arthur’s Day celebrations will return to Kota Kinabalu this year, bigger and bolder than the years before.
To mark the 3rd time that Arthur’s Day is observed in not just Malaysia, but in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and Borneo as well, Guinness is bringing exciting parties to our shores.