Hotel stands out in a class of its own. Located in Kudat, Sabah, Malaysia, it is the only deluxe hotel rising above the haven that is significant emphasis not to mention the hotel's optimum functionality and service and amenities that is sure to make your stay a pleasurable one.
Citing Kudat Hotel's technological innovations, it is ready to accomodate the most descriminating guest with over 50 delux rooms equiped with computerized facilities putting all your hotel-related worries to ease. Towering the coastline of Kudat, the Kudat Hotel Exudes a regal presence symbolizing a refinement of conventional Malaysian Architecture complemented with modern building technology it is without doubt the most well-conceived hotel in Kudat and the whole Sabah.
Turn your world upside down when you visit this unique house in Tamparuli – literally! The ‘Rumah Terbalik' (which translates to Upside Down House) is the first of its kind in South East Asia and among the five upside-down structures in the world (3 are found in Europe and another in Japan).
The house was opened to the public in early February 2012 and has since been attracting visitors from near and far. The house itself is hard to miss, having been flipped upside down, with its floor facing skyward. Everything inside the house, from furniture to household appliances, hover above your head, as the ceiling is actually the floor. Visitors will notice some distinguishing Sabahan décor and features showcased in this house. In the garage, a car is parked upside down. It might seem disorienting in the first few seconds, but the fascination of it all takes over. This architectural wonder has also been included in the Malaysia Book of Records for being the first of its kind in the nation. Visitors can enjoy a meal or afternoon snack at the Rumah Terbalik Café or pick up a souvenir at the Gift Shop. Guided tours are available.
The Sabah Museum, located in the shop houses at Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu, was officially opened in July 15, 1965. The establishment of the Museum was to a large extent due to the efforts of the Sabah Society. In fact, the famous Woolley Collection, which formed the foundation collection of the incipient museum, belonged to Mr. G.C. Woolley, the executive officer designate of the proposed society (died in 1947). The first Curator of the Sabah Museum was Mr. E.J. Berwick. The Sabah Museum grew and expanded rapidly while still located at Gaya Street. It was reflective of the State Government's commitment to the Sabah Museum when a much larger (43 acres), permanent and prestigious site for the purpose-built museum was chosen where the old Government House (and later the State Legislative Assembly buildings) used to be.
The official opening of the Sabah Museum, located at its present site was officiated by His Majesty the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong on April 11, 1984. In 1985, the post of Curator was upgraded to the Director of Sabah Museum. Presently, the Museum comes under the State Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment.
Wisma Fuji is along Sin On Road and situated approximately two and half miles from Tawau Municipal Center
The building is the tallest curtain walled building in Tawau Municipality. It was completed in 1988. The lower 4 storeys are leased to Yaohan Shopping Center as departmental store and the 5 upper storeys are for office/commercial use.
It is one of the most prestigious building in Tawau Municipality and is best suited to those who are looking for a corporate headquarter in Tawau/Sabah.
Located 5 kilometres or about 15 minutes away from the KK City Centre. Formerly known as the Sabah Foundation Building, this circular tower of steel and glass stands 30 storeys high in the Likas Bay area and is instantly recognizable as a Sabah icon. It has a central core with steel brackets supporting each floor. When completed in 1977, it was one of the three such buildings in the world based on this design concept. Inside are housed an auditorium, two mini-theatres, exhibition foyer, a gymnasium, kindergarten and Research library.