Sincere Cottage Kota Kinabalu Holiday Home
from £97 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £97 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Condo / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 7
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Condo / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 7
Sincerecottage@Colonnade Condominium is located very close to the city centre of Kota Kinabalu, it is very near to many amenities and tourist attractions such as the Sabah State Museum, State Mosque, Tropical Park, Karamunsing Shopping Mall, QE Hospital, North Borneo Railway station . It features an outdoor pool, fitness centre and complimentary WiFi access.
The Spacious apartment is 1850 sq. ft and is suitable for families and large groups of friends. Fitted with a balcony, they come with separate living and dining areas and 4 bathroom with shower facilities. The kitchen is equipped with a stove, microwave, washing machine and fridge. It has 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Another amid room may be fitted on request for long stay (more than 1 month) guests to accommodate their maids.
Situated in Kota Kinabalu, the property is 2.8 km from the City Centre. Gaya Street Sunday Market is 2.1 km away, while the Kota Kinabalu Airport is 4 km away. Make Sincerecottage@Colonnade Condo your holiday home while in Kota Kinabalu, and you will be truly surprised with what it has to offer and its convenience to all that KK and North Borneo have to offer,
Sincerecottage@Colonnade Condo is located away from the bustle of the city but yet is within 3 minutes from the heart of Kota Kinabalu. It is very suitable to accommodate large group of friends or family. The unit has 3 very tastefully decorated bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Another 4th bedroom can be made available at a small extra charge of RM100/night (subject to 1 week notice). All bedrooms, living and dinning rooms are fully air conditioned complete with ceiling fans. Guest will also get to enjoy Satellite TV television, an open sitting area with balcony for smokers, luxurious dining area all decorated in a modern contemporary setting as well as full kitchen & laundry facilities. Guests will also get to enjoy a complimentary unlimited Wifi. The unit is 1850 sq.ft. and comfortably accommodates up to 7 persons. Sincerecottage is located in an elite, secured condominium complex in a vibrant area with a children's playground and outdoor swimming pool located within the compound where guests would preferably enjoy their morning walk with their family members.
|Size||Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||14:00|
|Check out time:||12:00|
|Nearest beach||3 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||4 km, 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Air conditioning, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, King Beds (2), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
The West Coast Division region
Sabah, Best of Borneo
Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malaysia is made of. Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with Sarawak, Brunei, and Indonesian Kalimantan.
Sabah is richly blessed with nature diversity, unique cultures, fun adventure, beautiful beaches, and fantastic cuisines for the adventurous taste buds. We have it all, from the world's largest flower - the Rafflesia, one of the highest mountains in South East Asia - Mount Kinabalu, to one of the world's top dive sites - Sipadan Island. Sabah is also known for her great natural treasures which include the world-renowned Danum Valley Conservation Area and Tabin which is Sabah's largest wildlife reserve.
Not only will you be amazed by the places to see and things to do here, you will also be treated with unique Sabahan hospitality. Explore the unique culture and tradition of Sabah and get ready to experience sweet memories to last a lifetime!
Borneo is the third largest island in the world and is located at the centre of the Maritime Southeast Asia. This island is divided between Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei.
Nevertheless, for people outside of Indonesia, “Kalimantan” refers to the area which is occupied by Indonesia on the island of Borneo. Malaysia's region of Borneo is called East Malaysia or Malaysian Borneo. The independent nation of Brunei occupies the remainder of the island, being the wealthiest of the rest.
Once known as North Borneo, Sabah was under the British colony during the late 19th century till the early 20th century. Sabah gained self-government on the 31st of August, 1963. Sabah, together with Malaya, Singapore and Sarawak formed the Federation of Malaysia on the 16th of September 1963. At 76, 115 square kilometers large, Sabah is the second biggest state in Malaysia after Sarawak.
People and Culture
The people of Sabah are known as Sabahans. Sabah is the third most populous state in Malaysia after Selangor and Johor; it also has one of the highest population growth rates in the country.
There are currently 32 officially recognized ethnic groups in Sabah with the largest non-indigenous ethnic group being the Chinese and the largest indigenous group being the Kadazan-Dusun people. Two other larger ethnic groups in Sabah are the Bajau and Murut, compared to other states in the country; Sabah has relatively very small population of Indians and South Asians.
Apart from the Sabahans' very own diverse mother tongues, Bahasa Malaysia (national language) and English is widely spoken; Mandarin and some Chinese dialects are also widely spoken.
In Sabah, we greet people by saying “selamat datang” (welcome) and/or “terima kasih” (thank you) with a smile. Due to religious reasons, some may prefer not to have physical contact with others. However, a handshake is generally acceptable as a way of introducing oneself.
It's customary to remove shoes before entering a mosque as well as homes. In places of worship, visitors are required to dress modestly. Nude sunbathing is not allowed and is very frowned upon. Avoid pointing your index finger at others, as this is considered rude in the local custom.
Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) is the second busiest airport in Malaysia with 98% of visitor arrivals into Sabah is by air. As the capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu (KK) is the main entry point to Sabah, and several budget airlines have selected KK as one of their destinations. Most of the major towns in Sabah (Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Tawau) have airports for domestic flights.
There are two major airports in Kota Kinabalu, the largest is the KKIA Terminal 1(domestic and international flights from around the world) and Terminal 2 (operated by budget airlines, domestic and international flights). Both airports are less than 10 km from Kota Kinabalu city center. You also can fly to Sandakan, Lahad Datu and Tawau by domestic flights, served by Air Asia and MASwings daily.
Bus is the most economic mode of transportation to travel between cities and towns, if time is not an issue for you. Listed below are the main bus stations of Kota Kinabalu city which can take you to most parts of Sabah.
North Bus Terminal Inanam
The main station for long-distance bus (a.k.a. Express Bus), located in Inanam (10 KM away from KK) and operates between 6:30am to 8:30pm. These air-conditioned big buses can bring you to key cities on the East Coast such as Sandakan, Tawau, Semporna and Lahad Datu daily.
Padang Merdeka (Merdeka Field)
Located in KK city centre, take buses to most city/towns on the West Coast and Interior of Sabah. e.g. Keningau, Tenom, Kudat, Kota Belud, Ranau. There is a long-distance taxi station located next to the terminal.
Wawasan Bus Terminal
For all outstation mini busses from Papar, Penampang, Likas, Tuaran, Sepanggar etc.
City Bus Service
Located next to Wawasan Terminal, commutes within Kota Kinabalu city center.
City Park Bus Terminal
Located opposite of KK High Court building, this bus terminal offers transport to Southern Sabah (Sipitang), Sarawak (Lawas) and Brunei. Please bring your passport if you plan to travel across the border.
If you want to reach a destination fast or move between a few remote places of interest in the shortest time, hiring a taxi will be your best option. You can always find taxi stand next to major hotels, shopping malls and bus terminals. To identify a taxi, keep a lookout for the word "Teksi", "Teksi Bermeter" or "Kereta Sewa". Hotels could also arrange taxis for their guests upon request.
Taxi services are available at Sabah airports. Upon arrival, purchase a taxi coupon at the booking counter at the airport and proceed to the taxi rank to be taken to your desired location.
Island destinations in Sabah are accessible by boat services. Boat terminals with licensed operators are available at the following boat terminals.
Note: Other services available – Fishing boat for rent, water sport packages, snorkeling kit for rent and also organizing diving trips.
Kota Kinabalu (KK)
Jesselton Point is the most popular boat terminal for tourists who are planning to visit islands (Manukan, Sapi, Mamutik and Gaya) off KK. Adjacent to Suria Sabah shopping mall and next to Royal Customs Department in Kota Kinabalu city, Jesselton Point opens from 6am to 4pm. You would be able to arrange for island-hopping trips as well.
There are other ports operated by hotels such as Sutera Harbour of Pacific Sutera Hotel and Star Marina of Shangri La Tanjung Aru Resort.
Kota Kinabalu was formerly known as Jesselton, named after Sir Charles Jessel, one of the Directors of the British North Borneo Chartered Company, or BNBCC. During WWII, Kota Kinabalu and other towns throughout Sabah suffered heavy allied bombing which all but leveled them. Emerging from the War, the BNBCC discovered it was too costly to rebuild, so in 1946, Sabah became a British Crown Colony - until 1963, when Sabah was granted Independence within the Federation of Malaysia.
On 30th September 1967, Jesselton was renamed Kota Kinabalu. 23 years later, on 2 February, 2000 she was proclaimed a city. As the capital of the State of Sabah, KK is also the gateway to other major towns and districts and has a population of around 300,000 .
In the vicinity of the city, there are various places of interest. Many can be explored on foot while others may be reached by bus or taxi.
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