Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park for Weekend activity

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Spending your weekend doing nothing can be relaxing for some, but some might feel bored and crave for some sort of an adventure over the weekend. If you are looking for a weekend activity, head out to Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park where you can enjoy swimming in segmented rivers (Don’t worry, it is safe for children!), and gather together in a hut for a barbeque.

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park is the newest tourist spot in Penampang where you can spend some time together with your family or friends while relaxing in the hut. On top of that, Sinilou Kibambangan is located about 20 km from Kota Kinabalu city, and 5km away from Donggongon town; that’s really close by!

In order to reach Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park, there are two ways that you can go, which is from Penampang – Tambunan road or from Inobong-Putaton-Bansadon road.

a) Penampang – Tambunan road

If you are from Donggongon Town, drive towards to the Tambunan road. When you see a bridge on your right-hand side, turn right into that junction and continue driving straight until you reach a junction. Turn left from the junction and continue driving straight until you can see the waterpark on your left side.

a) Inobong-Putaton-Bansadon road.

From Donggongon Town, drive towards the Old Penampang – Kinarut/Papar road, and turn left onto Inobong-Putaton-Bansadon road. Continue driving for about 18 minutes where you can see the waterpark on your left side. Fret not, there are few signboards of the waterpark that could help you to reach the waterpark.

Operation hours : Open daily (7 am – 5pm)

Entrance Fees:

Malaysian

(Adult) : MYR 3

(Children 7-12 years old) : MYR 1.50

(Below 7 years old) : FREE

 

Non – Malaysian

(Adult) : MYR 5

(Children 7-12 years old) : MYR 3

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity

One of the many facilities that are provided for you in Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park will be open huts mostly with its own barbecue pit, public washrooms and dressing rooms, rivers turned man-made pools which are separated based on depth level, as well a rope swing! Don’t worry if you didn’t pack any food or drinks in your day bag, the locals set up stalls selling food and drinks as well to satisfy your hunger pangs.

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park in Sabah Borneo for Weekend activity
Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park

If you are planning to go for a trip to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Borneo, then, you should stop by to Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park for a day trip. Enjoy swimming at the river, with great facilities provided for you, as well as the natural green environment surrounding the water park! A weekend trip like this is worth it when you spend it with your family and friends.

You can also read our other blog entry on Interesting places that you can bring your kids to go in Sabah Borneo for Borneo Family Holidays! or you can experience a traditional fish massage in Tagal Tinopikon Park, Penampang for your holiday in Sabah Borneo.

Sinilou Kibambangan Water Park

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7 activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas Borneo Holidays

7 activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas Borneo Holidays

Top 7 activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas Borneo Holidays

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December, 2017

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activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas
Ho… Ho… Ho… ‘Tis the season! Christmas lights and decorations are up in Kota Kinabalu City street and boy, does it feel cosy! Christmas holiday is an event that is celebrated by Christians all over the world in commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. In Sabah Borneo, there is a diverse culture living together harmoniously and celebrate the Christmas festive together. If you happen to travel here in Sabah Borneo and still do not have any clue on how to spend your Christmas Borneo Holidays here in Sabah Borneo, don’t worry, we will provide you some of the top activities that you can do for your Christmas Borneo Holidays.

1) Tunku Abdul Rahman Park (TARP) Islands

Diving in TARP Islands

What could be a better way to spend your Christmas Borneo Holidays than to go for diving in TARP Islands? Surround yourself with the exquisite marine coral reefs like you never seen before. With just about 15 minutes away from Kota Kinabalu city, this tropical island will offer you a vacation of a lifetime. Apart from diving, you can also try out other water activities that are offered at the TARP Islands, such as coral zipline, island hopping, sea walking, parasailing, banana boat ride, and many more exciting activities! You can also simply relax and get a suntan by the beach. A day trip to these TARP Islands will never be enough for you.

2) Luxurious Holiday in resort

Since Christmas Holiday is considered a holiday break for everyone, why not spend your Christmas Borneo Holiday in a resort? You can just simply relax and de-stress yourself from your busy life in the resort. Since it is Christmas season, you can expect there will be many beautiful and some over-the-top Christmas decorations display at the resort, making the Christmas festive at the resort more lively. Apart from that, you can also witness the Christmas Choir performances at the resort, as well as Christmas activities or games offered during your stay in the resort, be sure to participate in it!

activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas

Relaxing by the beach at the resort

3) Christmas lunch/dinner in restaurants/ hotels

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

Enjoy your lunch/dinner in Hotel

Indulge yourself with some of the delicious festive foods that are available for lunch or dinner at any hotels or restaurants in Sabah Borneo. Choose to have a memorable Christmas season with your loved ones in the spirit of Christmas. The lights, Christmas decorations, musical live performances and warm services by the staffs, will never cease to stop you from celebrating Christmas in Sabah Borneo. Moreover, the delicious and sumptuous foods that are served in a buffet-style will leave your stomach full for a day!

4) North Borneo Cruise

If you are not the type to celebrate Christmas in a resort, you can also experience a luxurious cruise through the North Borneo Cruise. There are two types of cruises that you can go, either sunset cruise or the night cruise. Whichever you choose, both will let you experience something out of the ordinary for your Christmas Borneo Holidays. Moreover, be mesmerized by the sunsets or city’s night view, the live band performances will keep you entertained while keeping your tummies happy with the Western and Asian fusion style of buffet dinner.

activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas

Sunset View by the NOrth Borneo Cruise

5) Weston River Cruise

activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas

Proboscis Monkeys hanging on a tree. Photo by: Musafirtravellers

Celebrate your Christmas with a different experience by going for a river cruise in Weston River. Be anticipated to see Proboscis Monkeys aka Long-nosed Monkeys hanging on the mangrove trees. Apart from that, Weston is also treasured with a variety of other Borneo Wildlife, such as Silver-Leaf Monkeys, Long-Tail Macaques, snakes, birds, otters, and many more. After dinner, you will go for another round of river cruise to witness the enchanting sight of fireflies flying around the mangrove trees, which somehow looks like Christmas lights on trees! Now, who say you can’t celebrate Christmas on a river cruise?

6) Kundasang

How about celebrating your Christmas in a cooling breeze of the highlands in Sabah Borneo? Spend your Christmas in Kundasang, Sabah Borneo, where it offers you a peaceful experience and an untouched beauty of nature. There are a lot of destinations you can go in Kundasang, such as Kinabalu National Park, Desa Cattle Dairy Farm, Poring Hot Spring, Sabah Tea Garden and more. Click here to know more places that you can go to Ranau!

activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for Christmas

Mount Kinabalu view from afar

7) Kudat

Watch the awesome Sunset view from Tip of Borneo

Spend your Christmas Borneo Holidays away from the city life and head out to some of the hidden gems in Sabah Borneo, which is Kudat. A unique small town which is located in the northern part of Sabah Borneo and home to Rungus ethnic people. Embark about three and a half hours journey drive to Kudat, welcoming you with a breathtaking view of tropical beaches, the Tip of Borneo, amazing sunset views, intricate designs of Rungus beads handicraft, gong-making villages, and more. A trip to Kudat for Christmas Borneo Holidays will sure make you feel in awe of its beautiful places and culture experience, which somehow you may think twice whether or not to leave the place.

Having read the activities/destinations in Sabah Borneo for your Christmas Borneo Holidays, we hope you will get some of the ideas on how to spend your Christmas Borneo Holidays in Sabah Borneo. In addition, feel free to read some of the Insta-Worthy places in Sabah Borneo to show your family and friends back home the beauty of Sabah Borneo.

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New Year, New You! Creating your best Sabah Borneo Holidays for 2018

New Year, New You! Creating your best Sabah Borneo Holidays for 2018

New Year, New You! Creating your best Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

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December, 2017

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Tis the season to be jolly, falalalala la la la laaaa… How great it is to know the year is coming to an end and to start a new year with new resolutions, but are you ready for a new change in your life? Many people aspire to venture into the unknown, do exciting activities, but at the end of the day, they sit in their comforts of their home while surfing through countless vacation magazines and running their fingers amok on their phone for the next best holiday trip.
Why not do it next year? Like really buy that flight ticket you’ve always wanted to and just travel beyond the comforts of your homeland!
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Sabah is part of the third largest island in the world; Borneo Island, sharing its borders with Sarawak and Labuan (Malaysia), Kalimantan (Indonesia), and Brunei.

What can you do in Sabah you ask? I’ll ask you back, what can you NOT do in Sabah?? From the majestic Mount Kinabalu, to the beautiful and serene beaches of Kudat, from the highland of Kundasang, to the scorching hot and colourful town of Kota Belud, there are many things you can do in Sabah Borneo!

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

Diving with turtles in Sipadan

I’ve always wanted to do a month’s trip to Sabah. If it was up to me, I’d start off at Semporna, off to the beautiful World Class diving spot; Sipadan Island. Where you’ll be able to see colorful live corals, to big fishes like Sharks! 

And then I’ll make my way to Danum Valley, where you’ll be woken up by the beautiful choir held by all the birds of the forest. Do tubing down the river at Danum Valley while having the sly Snake laughing at you each time you fall when you hear the Tiger roar. 

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

Canopy Walk in Danum Valley

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

A family of Borneoan Pygmy Elephants

And then off to Kinabatangan river to see a family of Bornean Pygmy Elephants splashing each other with water to cool their bodies down from the tropical heat.

After, I make my way to Deramakot Forest to venture on a 4x4 like a pro! Going through old logging roads in search of my long lost cousin, Jessica the Orangutan, and making friends with the nocturnal animals during my night walks at the many trails leading to magical places in Deramakot Forest Reserve.

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

Jessica the Orangutan

New year new you Sabah Borneo Holidays 2018

Mahua Waterfall, Tambunan

After, I’ll make my way to Mahua Waterfalls to swim and cool my body down with its close to freezing water temperature! Brrr… Have a picnic while I relax on the big rocks over the waterfalls to dry myself up. Ahh the wonders of Mother Nature never fails me!

I can go on and on, but this is my dream adventure. What is yours? Let us help you plan your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Borneo at its best! See you next year Amigos!! Feel free to our awesome activities that you can do in Sabah Borneo, click here. 

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Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebration 2017

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebration 2017

Kota Kinabalu Christmas

Celebration 2017

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December, 2017

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This year marks the 13th edition of the Christmas Celebration in Kota Kinabalu City and this celebration will be organized through a collaboration of Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK) and Sabah Council of Churches (SCC), which will be held on December 11th – 14th 2017 at the Padang Merdeka, Kota Kinabalu City. This is a yearly event that anyone should not miss out especially for those visiting Sabah Borneo for their Borneo Holidays.

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations Poster

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Given the theme for this celebration is “God’s Love, Man Hope”, with the purpose of bringing all community, regardless of their difference in race and religion, to celebrate the Christmas Celebration together on this event. For this year Christmas Celebration, there are a variety of exciting performances which showcases cultural diversity, classical, as well as modern elements. Apart from that, there are also local and international artists invited to perform during the event too.

What makes everyone looking forward to this joyous Christmas Celebration (me being one of them), was the stalls during the event; vendors selling a variety of food and drinks, as well as featuring their Christmas element into their display and designs to bring out the Christmas spirit. I am glad to say that I got a chance to visit the Christmas Celebration this year. It was truly an eye-opening event, where you can see many stalls selling a variety of foods and drinks, Christmas delicacies, preloved stuff, Christmas gifts, Christmas Choirs, as well as some exciting games.

Despite it raining since the first day of the event, it did not stop the crowd coming to enliven the Christmas Celebration. Here are some of the pictures that I have taken during the event:

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Christmas lights hanging on the tree, can you see the “Merry Christmas” signboard above?

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

A big and tall Christmas Tree decorated with red ornaments is sponsored by YES(a mobile 4G brand)

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

One of the things that make the event interesting, there is a stall selling LED light Balloons!

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Handmade Christmas ornaments using pinecone

Some of the photos of yummy foods and drinks are sold during the event:

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Lamb Teriyaki Skewers

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Cute shapes of Cartoon Characters waffles

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebration

Cendol in a cone

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Ice Blended Fruit Juice

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

This is my first time to see a Galaxy drink (wow!)

 

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

I manage to get it for myself too! ^-^

 

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Check out this cute Unicorns meringue!

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

.….and more foods!

 

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Check these photos from Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebration Facebook page:

Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations
Kota Kinabalu Christmas Celebrations

Need to see more photos? Check out their Facebook Page here.

Miss out on this event for your Borneo Holidays? Don’t worry, there is always next year for you to visit the Christmas Celebration and each year will have different kinds of activities and performance for the event. Apart from that, check out our other blog posts to know places in Kota Kinabalu that you can visit with your kids for your Borneo Holidays.

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Hinompuka – Kadazan Traditional Delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka – Kadazan Traditional Delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka – Kadazan Traditional Delicacies in Sabah Borneo

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December, 2017

Our Kota Kinabalu Tour!

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Mari Mari Cultural Village

Sabah Borneo is known for its stunning nature, beautiful underwater life, exotic Borneo flora and fauna, as well as rich indigenous culture, which later reveals a wealth of fresh produce from Sabah Borneo. These ingredients, along with the creativity of Sabahan cooking resulted in a truly diverse and fascinating delicacies. One of the delicacies that travelers should try it out, will be Hinompuka, a traditional delicacy of Kadazan (Major tribe in Sabah Borneo). It is a common and popular sweet desserts within the Kadazan people in Sabah Borneo.

What is Hinompuka?

Hinompuka, also known as a steamed glutinous rice cake, is basically a delicious sticky cake that is popular among Kadazan people, one of the indigenous group in Sabah Borneo. The ingredients for this delicious delicacy is made of a mixture of brown rice flour, glutinous red rice flour, palm sugar, and grated coconut flesh. Then, wrapped it in banana leaves before steaming it.

Hinompuka - Traditional delicacies in Sabah Borneo

The above two Hinompuka are in Banana flavor, while below two are in Tapioca flavor. Photo: Dolly MJ

Nowadays, the Kadazan people are so creative, they even fill either banana or sweet potato into the Hinompuka in order to create a variety of flavors inside the delicacies. Hinompuka is usually served on certain occasions such as Kadazan traditional weddings, Kaamatan Harvest Festival (celebrated yearly on 30th-31st May), or other celebrations such as birth, engagement, etc.

Hinompuka - Traditional delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka in the making. Photo: CSSUPM

Hinompuka - Traditional delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka dough in the making closeup

Hinompuka - Traditional delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka is also good for breakfast. Photo: tinaskmoinjil

Hinompuka - Traditional delicacies in Sabah Borneo

Hinompuka best to eat with a cup of coffee/tea. Photo: Madona Nandu

Apart from that, Sabah Borneo has numerous delights to tempt even to the least adventurous eater. By exploring the villages and local cafes in Sabah Borneo, or by eating with the locals, travelers will get to know the new tastes and aromas which are unique to them. In Sabah Borneo, travelers can get the chance to taste out the other traditional delicacies in D’Place Kinabalu.

To experience more of the best local specialities and delicacies of Sabah Borneo, here is a blog post that travelers should particularly look for Borneo Holidays.

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6 local snacks travelers should taste in Sabah Borneo

6 local snacks travelers should taste in Sabah Borneo

6 local snacks travelers should taste in Sabah Borneo

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December, 2017

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North Borneo Cruise

When traveling to Sabah Borneo, apart from tasting out the unique delicacies of Sabah Borneo, travelers also should taste some of Sabah Borneo’s snacks which were made by the locals themselves. Moreover, these local snacks can also make wonderful souvenirs for travelers to bring back home. It is one of the ways for travelers to share the delicate taste of Sabah Borneo to their loved ones, at the same time sharing their Borneo Holidays story.

Here are six local snacks that travelers should taste it in their trip to Sabah Borneo, and also as a souvenir gift to their loved ones back home:

1) Handmade Chocolate

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Various flavors of Chocolates from the local produce in Sabah Borneo

Aside from the chocolates that are sold at any convenience store, this handmade chocolate are the one that you should taste it out. Not only is it chocolate but it comes with an exotic flavor of taste and ingredients, such as Durian, Pineapple, Jackfruit, Green Tea, Banana, Virgin Coconut Oil, and more. Apart from that, the packaging design of the chocolates also reflect some of the local Sabah Borneo theme, which makes it more interesting as a souvenir gift. One of the best known Sabah Borneo Handmade Chocolate is from the “Simply Chocolate” brand.

2) Amplang

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Amplang – known as Sabah Borneo Spanish Mackerel Crackers

Sabah Borneo is known for its fresh seafood, therefore, the local even made it as snacks. One of the local snacks that travelers should try would be Amplang! It is a seafood cracker that uses mackerel fish as based crisp, molded into ball shapes and fried it. It originated from Tawau, which is the East Coast of Sabah Borneo. The exterior of amplang is powdery, giving the crunchiness and fishy taste inside the mouth, but the fish flavor is not strong and it always makes one wanting more. Amplang crackers are now available in prawn and squid, or travelers can choose either original or spicy flavor which suited one’s taste buds. Since travelers could not bring the seafood to share with their loved ones back home, then amplang crackers can be the perfect souvenir to give to their loved ones and share the tastiest seafood from Sabah Borneo.

3) Kuih Cincin

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Kuih Cincin literally translated as Ring Crackers because of it shapes like a joined rings

Kuih Cincin is another local snack that traveler should try out and it can be a perfect souvenir gift. Kuih Cincin is made from rice flour and brown sugar, it is mainly produced by the Malay community in Papar, the west coast part of Sabah Borneo. In addition, it is usually molded into shapes of joined rings together that will look like a floral shape and fried twice to give it a more golden crunchy texture. It is crunchy, delicious, and sweet in taste (thanks to the brown sugar!), taking bits of Kuih Cincin will eventually melt away into mild creamy sweetness inside the mouth (yummy..!), making it the perfect snack to savor while drinking a cup of coffee.

4) Kerepek Ubi

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Kerepek Ubi – a giant tapioca cracker

Not many travelers will ever encounter this giant tapioca cracker except for those who are going to Kudat or Kundasang for their Borneo Holiday trip. Locals called it Kerepek Ubi, it looks like a wafer or cracker but with tapioca as main ingredients and added with a sugar syrup swirling on top of the crackers. It usually measures about 10-15 inches compared to any crackers that measure only about one square inch. Moreover, Kerepek Ubi is made up of only four items, which is fresh tapioca, tapioca flour, white sugar and cooking oil (for frying). Therefore, travelers who are health conscious type, these local snacks are perfect to taste it because it does not contain any chemical preservatives. However, it might not be a bit tricky to bring it back home as souvenir due to its fragileness.

5) Kuih Lidah/ Tiram

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Kuih Lidah/ Tiram – the shape is similar to a tongue shape or an oyster shape (Photo by: Abdulrani.samsuddin)

Kuih Lidah/ Tiram is a traditional snack for Bruneian Malay community of Papar, Sabah Borneo. It was named as Kuih Lidah/ Tiram due to its shape similar like a tongue or an oyster, but these snacks are in fact a layer of flour fried that are covered with icing sugar or powdered milk. Some locals will say that these snacks are the Sabahan version of Churros, which is best to eat while it is still hot and crunchy, plus with a little bit of sweetness. Nowadays, Kuih Lidah/ Tiram have other flavors for travelers to try it out, such as Chocolate, Green Bean, Strawberry, and Vanilla flavor. With diverse of flavors, these local snacks are not to be missed out in Borneo Holidays and it may be perfect to bring it back home to share the sweet taste of local snacks from Sabah Borneo.

6) Kuih Jala

Local Snacks In Sabah Borneo

Kuih Jala – a traditional local snack in Borneo

Kuih Jala is a traditional snack that is famous in Borneo and Sabah Borneo is not an exception. Its shape looks similar to a vermicelli noodles tangles all together and it is in brown color. In addition, Kuih Jala is made from flour, sugar, water, and cooking oil (for frying). What makes Kuih Jala interesting is not only its delicious sweet taste but its method of cooking the Kuih Jala. After mixing all the ingredients together until the mixture becomes dense and a bit gluey, locals will put the mixture into a coconut shell which has been poked with tiny holes underneath and moves it quickly into the hot cooking oil.

When the mixture drip from the tiny holes, move it in a circular motion in one direction for few seconds until it becomes like a plate-shape in yellowish color and fold it into triangle shape using bamboo sticks. Apart from tasting Kuih Jala during Borneo Holidays, travelers can also experience cooking the Kuih Jala in Mari Mari Cultural Village.

Looking over the list of the local snacks in Sabah Borneo, we hope travelers will not miss this out to try the delicious local snacks, and maybe bring it back home for family and friends. These local snacks can easily be found in any stalls, vendors, and even markets, so travelers won’t need to hunt for these local snacks during their Borneo Holiday trip. Want to know more about local food that travelers should try in Sabah Borneo? Click here to read our must eat in Sabah Borneo. Check out also these awesome activities that you can do in Sabah Borneo to make your Borneo Holidays more exciting than before!

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