Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia · 12 hotels available
OKK Majimbun Majangkin is known as one of the key player in Inanam development. During the World War II, Inanam is the base where the Kinabalu Guerillas led by Albert Kwok actively operating to fight the Japanese.
Inanam is a town and sub-district of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia. It is situated 10 kilometres from the city centre. The town population consists of mainly the Dusun, and the Chinese. However there is a large influx of immigrants both from the southern Philippines and Indonesia. Many of them are illegals and live in squatters. The people of Inanam generally speak Malay language with distinctive Sabahan creole. The Sabahan dialect in Inanam is largely influenced by the native Kadazan language especially among the Kadazandusun people. Among the Chinese population, the Hakka and Mandarin varieties are spoken with variable fluency with Cantonese among other speakers. English is widely spoken in Inanam.
There are non-stop flights to Kota Kinabalu provided by Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and Malindo Air. From the airport you may take taxi to Inanam.
From Kota Kinabalu City you may take taxi or city bus to Inanam bus terminal.
Visitors from Labuan, Indonesia and Philippines can arrive in Sabah by sea. From Kota Kinabalu Ferry Terminal you can take taxi to Inanam.
This waterfall is well known among locals and sometimes crowded with the presence of the public for picnics especially weekends and public holidays. The fresh and beautiful atmosphere and surrounded by nature makes you forget about daily stress. There are facilities available here, including food and beverage outlets, toilets, baths, and picnic huts. Distance between Kota Kinabalu cities with Kiansom Waterfall about 25 km or 30 to 40 minutes’ drive from the city.
Mari Mari Cultural Village located deep in the countryside away from the modern and developing Kota Kinabalu city. The village operates as a museum that preserves Borneo ethnic culture. Visitors have the opportunity to see and experience the culture and lifestyle of how the indigenous ethnic groups of Borneo used to live in the olden days when electricity had not yet been introduced in their land.
Visitors to Kota Kinabalu may take this wonderful opportunity to visit the Orchid De Villa, which is only 25 minutes’ drive away from the city centre. Established in 1995 on 12 acres rural land, Orchid De Villa offers visitors a chance to see thousands of glorious orchids in bloom.
The Atkinson Clock Tower is the oldest standing structure in Kota Kinabalu. It was originally known as the Atkinson Memorial Clock Tower and sits in solitary on the bluff along Signal Hill Road overlooking this seaside city and capital of Sabah, Malaysia. It survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II. Till today, it still serves to keep the city’s time.
Tanjung Aru Beach is a great place to walk along the beach and to experience the beauty of the sunset. Food stalls serving local food and drinks are open till late at night.
Inhotel is a 3 star hotel strategically located on Jalan Tuaran in the heart of the established township of Inanam Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. There are various amenities such as Inanam Market, Supermarket, Banks, Commercial Shop lots and Restaurants with local delicacies are nearby to this hotel.
Hotel Puri 36 located in Central Business District, is an ideal point of departure for your excursions in Kota Kinabalu. Only 13.3 km away, this 2-star hotel can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's main destination.