It’s a bit more expensive than booking at the bottom of the mountain, but you need to take into account that there are no refunds in Malaysia.
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After spending a longer than expected time in Peninsular Malaysia, I made it to Sabah one of the two states in Bornean Malaysia.
Kota Kinabalu or KK (Malaysians like to just use the initials of their cities: KL, JB, KK) is a nice little town with a lot of amazing seafood to sample.
For the freshest seafood try the covered fish market a few blocks from the water.
Almost anything you can imagine is sitting alive in a tank ready to be prepared for you.
There is also a market by the water which is a bigger draw for tourists…honestly some of those grilled fish didn’t look like they were cooked that day let alone earlier in the evening.
Plus there were really no shellfish available by the water while at the covered market there great looking clams and oysters and scallops. D., is actually pretty damn big (had to have been 400+ inside).
KK also has a decent bit of nightlife with bars and clubs (much more than I was able to locate in KL) which was a nice change. On the weekends they have a cover band (when I was there it was a Filipino group with 4 female singers and a backing band) followed by a DJ.
I think when I went there with my friend we comprised about 33% of the Westerners in the place.
The main thing to do after spending a day or two in KK is to climb mount Kinabalu (the other popular options are heading to the beach or going white water rafting).