n the itinerary for my last day in Sabah, were some stops at the Borneo Museum and the Puh Toh Tze Temple. But I decided to make the day flexible instead and then get ready to leave for the airport by sundown.
The night before, I had thought of going to one of the famous islands to check out the beach scene but I decided against it thinking that I might get pressed for time.
I guess my feet had their own agenda for the day.
I went walking around the city and took pictures of KK Esplanade. Next thing I knew, I was approached by one of the ferryboat dispatchers telling me he could get me to Manukan Island for RM30.00 back and forth. I gave in to my impulse and got aboard the speedboat. For once, I’m glad to have given in.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park:
From the ferry point by the KK Esplanade, it only took about 10-15 minutes for me to get to Pulau Manukan which is one of the islands that comprise the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Entrance to the Park cost me only RM10.00.
The State Mosque: Masjid Negeri
On the way to the airport for my flight back home, I made sure to drop by and see the beautiful State Mosque.
- Exploring East Borneo: Part Une (vacacionista.wordpress.com)
- Tropical Vacation in Manukan Island (thefearlesstraveler.wordpress.com)
- Rare Malaysian rhino gets new mate to save species (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Exploring East Borneo : Day 3 (vacacionista.wordpress.com)