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Soak up the electric atmosphere of Kota Kinabula by night on this 3-hour evening tour, including hotel pick-up. Browse the bustling night market, then enjoy a magnificent view over the illuminated city from the observation deck of Signal Hill. Finally, tuck into a sumptuous dinner of typical Malaysian dishes, accompanied by traditional Malay music and dance. 


  • Night tour of Kota Kinabalu with fun and knowledgeable guide
  • Enjoy a sumptuous Malaysian dinner in a local restaurant
  • Discover traditional Malay culture through a spirited cultural performance of Sabah dances
  • Marvel at how the city sparkles at night from Signal Hill's observation deck
  • Explore a lively night market, peruse its dynamic stalls and enjoy lively conversation with its vendors
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off and transport by air-conditioned vehicle included

What You Can Expect

Kota Kinabalu by Night with dinner

Sabah Dance

Customer Reviews

Lynnette C Australia

4 star rating: Recommended August 2008

It was a good night, and being picked up in a small van and given the guided tour of Kota Kinabalu first was a plus.

Jane United Kingdom

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2016

This tour cost 97 total for 2 people which I didnt think worth the money. Its great having your own private car and guide but this tour didnt match the price. The car and Guide were fine but the tour content didnt match the price. The first stop was at the market, which was easy to find in kK anyway, then we were driven to signal hill for the sun set. We saw a group of people walk up the hill who arrived easily to see see the sun set. It was a bit of a walk and it seemed on the out skirts of the main town area, but also seemed it could be reached easily alone anyway. Also this may be the main advantage point to see the sun set but the view is still obstructed by a couple of tall buildings. After the sun was almost down we were driven quiet a way out of town, which did give us chance to see another part of the town. We were driven to the restaurant which did look quiet special, along the river or on the coast. There werent many in the restaurant and yet we were shown to a table quiet a way from the stage, and the view to the stage was slightly obstructed by a pillar. The meal was a set menu. I had requested veggie, and although the set menu included a couple of veggie dishes, the fish ones still arrived enough for 2 people as did the veggie dishes. The waitresses were excellent in making sure I knew which were veggie and which were not although they did make one mistake but I was disappointed the meal had not been adapted for one veggie and one non veggie. We ordered a couple of beers, which we knew were not included in the price, but stupidly we didnt look at the price until the bill came !
The tour was fine, just didnt think it was worth the price, and disappointed the meal didnt reflect more for a veggie


3 star rating: Worth doing September 2014

I thought the golden sunset in Manila Bay (where we come from) was the best in the world until we watched the sun set in KK. It must be because the skies are clearer and the seas are cleaner. It was magical. Although the seafood dinner was sumptuous and filling, and the night market was bustling, we were shocked (and horrified) by the abundance of huge rats all over the place. The city government must launch a campaign on sanitation and hygiene and aggressive rodent control to protect locals and tourists.

Barbara W Australia

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2011

Tour guide Ronnie was excellent, very acknowledgment and an amazing driver (raining very heavily). Food good and entertainment

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