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I have always wanted to try road tripping within Sabah and we finally did it on December 2018. I would love to say we spontaneously packed our stuff and go like most would, but nope! We’re not that spontaneous haha! We thoroughly discussed about the trip and I had to plan our trip just like how it would be if we would have travelled to any other foreign land!#plannersforlife

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So yes, I did my little research before we head off to our local adventure. It was an easy going and laid back trip so there were a few attractions we decided to skip because the journey got a bit tiring.

For this trip that I’m about to share, we covered Tuaran, Kudat, Kota Marudu, Kundasang, Ranau, Keningau and Tenom within 4 days so I’ll be splitting my post in three parts.

  • Part one – The Itinerary
  • Part two – Day 1 & 2
  • Part three – Day 3 & 4

So here goes!

The Itinerary

Since we reside in Kota Kinabalu, this itinerary will start from Kota Kinabalu onwards.

Day 1

  • Kota Kinabalu to Tuaran (1 hour drive)
  • Breakfast at Berungis Cafe, Tuaran
  • Drove around Tuaran town
  • Tuaran to Kudat (2 hours drive)
  • Visit Tip of Borneo (Simpang Mengayau)
  • Seafood lunch at Restoran Kampung Kelapa
  • Drove around Kudat town
  • Check in at Kotak – Kotak Borneo

Day 2

  • Check out from Kotak – Kotak Borneo
  • Kudat to Ranau via Kota Marudu (3 hours drive)
  • Visit Sabah Tea Restaurant & Tea Shop
  • Check in at H Benjamin Residences, Mesilau

Day 3

  • Check out from H Benjamin Residences, Mesilau
  • Visit to Arnab Village, Kundasang
  • Ranau to Keningau via Tambunan (2 hours drive)
  • Lunch at Tambunan
  • Check in at Mee Woo Resort, Keningau

Day 4

  • Check out from Mee Woo Resort, Keningau
  • Keningau to Tenom (45 minutes drive)
  • Visit Yit Foh Coffee Cottage, Tenom
  • Tenom back to Kota Kinabalu via Keningau (3 hours drive)
  • Visit Rabbit Land at Singgah Bayu, Kimanis
  • Back to Kota Kinabalu

There you have it! I’ll be covering more on the places we stayed and visited in part 2 and part 3.

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