Wiya Nasi Ayam Dan Kedai Kopi is the oldest and most established Nasi ayam outlet in Kota Kinabalu which is around in the town over 20 years. The restaurant is packed and busy, with people waiting for their acclaimed pyramid shaped chicken rice. Hainanese chicken rice – steamed chicken served with flavorful, grainy rice, accompanied by a spicy chili sauce. They also served Char siew, roast pork and plump Sui kow, full of minced meat and prawn stuffing. The special thing about the restaurant is the pyramid chicken rice.
Bak Kut Teh which is pork and organs simmered for hours in soup of herbs and spices (such as star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang gui and garlic). The broth has nice aroma of traditional herb and the soup is thick and rich in meat sweetness. Once it enters your mouth, your body will send you a rewarding signal to tell you that it’s nutritious stuff. Bak Kut Teh literally means “meat bone tea” in Hokkien. It is introduced to Malaysia by Chinese labors and coolies of Hokkien origin in 19th century. As they are too poor to afford expensive herb such as ginseng, they cook the pork with herb and eat it as a supplement to boost their vitality.
Pork Noodle is an icon food of Sabah. Malaysians from other states think ‘Sang Nyuk Mee’ is same as Mixed Pork Noodle, but Sang Nyuk Mee is totally Sabah style. The meat slices are fresh, smooth and tender. ’Sang Nyuk Mee‘ literally means Raw Pork Noodle. Don’t worry, the pork is not eaten raw. It actually means the meat is made of fresh raw meat.
Fatt Kee, a small little store in Hilltop Commercial area, makes some of the most wonderful seafood noodles along the Lintas Highway. Specialities at this store are mixed fish noodle, fish head mee hoon, and tom yam noodle. Fatt Kee prepares many interesting and tasty fish parts in its dishes, from the common fish balls to less encountered fish lips, customers get to choose and mix what stuffs they like in their noodles. Some uncommon stuffs that warrant a mention are fish stomach, fish skin, fish slice, foo ken fish, and fish wanton.
* The itinerary is for reference only, it subjects to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
Pickup at Hotel or airport, head straight to Wiya Nasi Ayam Dan Kedai Kopi.
Head over to Kedai Kopi Fook Yuen to try out the local delicacies.
Transfer to Tanjung Aru Beach, enjoy the sunset view.
Enjoy local food -- Bah Kut Teh.
Transfer back to hotel.
Enjoy breakfast at Jia Siang Restaurant.
Visit to Signal Hill, Chinese Temple and Floating Mosque.
Enjoy lunch at FATT KEI Fish and mix noodle restaurant.
Enjoy dinner at Diamond Restaurant.
Transfer back to hotel.
Enjoy breakfast at Yee Fung Restaurant.
Transfer back to hotel or airport.
Min. Participant(s): 2 Persons To Go (child does not counted)
Tour location / Depart from: Kota Kinabalu
Recommend to book: 1 month(s) in advance
To book at least: 3 day(s) in advance
Cancellation & Refund Policy: No refund for any cancellation made within 7 days from the tour date, 90% of full payment will be refunded if cancel 8 days and above.
Specialities: You may decide the joining date, no compulsory tips (If you are happy and satisfied with the journey and the tour guide service, it's always a nice way to express your appreciation with tipping, OR words of thanks is good enough).