Kawa Kawa river has recently been one of the most famous nature sight-seeing hotspots that one should never miss out when visiting Sabah. Located just one and a half hour drive away from the hustle & bustle city of Kota Kinabalu & entering into Kawa Kawa river at Kota Belud district amidst the eco-rich wetland. The well-preserved wetland has became a natural habitat for Proboscis monkeys which found only in Borneo as well as other wildlife such as otters and various unique bird types. Not forgetting also to enjoy the night with the dinky sparkles fireflies which turn the entire wetland into mythical realm of light!
Kota Kinabalu City Mosque
– Located at Likas Square and among the most beautiful structures surrounded by a manmade lagoon and appears to be floating on water when viewed from far. It has attracted many overseas visitors to stop by for some photo-shooting session.
Salut Barbeque Clam & Coconut Pudding
– Enjoy refreshing coconut pudding in real coconut shell or in convenient cup-sized especially touring in this humid tropical weather in Sabah while not missing out the all time favorite barbecue clams marinated in flavorful local spices perfected when eating it with the special homemade sauce.
Proboscis Monkeys & Fireflies
– Hop on to a relaxing cruise along Kawa Kawa river in search for the Borneo’s indigenous Proboscis monkeys which is also commonly known as the “long-nosed monkey” foraging for food during dusk while mesmerized by the splendorous sunset by the beach. Towards the end of the day, you will witness fireflies dazzling light performances which ignite & brings life to the entire wetlands.