Sunday, 1 June 2014

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now a days in Malaysia itself look how do we spend every month and how much we save is not even much

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Tamu in Kota Kinabalu

Looking for a local market, with local delicacy and local souvenir, yet you do not have the time and means to visit a far, here is someplace that you will be interested to stop-by....

Gaya Street Tamu (Every Sunday early morning until noon)

situated in Gaya street, Kota Kinabalu

with a verity of products that sells there, you could say its a flee market...



 On the main street, the stalls give way to souvenirs and handicrafts in the form of T-shirts, trinkets (most are novelty items that become useless after the first glance or use), sea shells, wooden carvings, antiques, brassware, tribal masks, wind chimes, rattan baskets, ceramics, blow-pipes, clay jars and much more. For the fashionable, peruse a range of traditional clothing from different cultures found in Sabah such as Batik (silky fabric woven with floral motifs), cosmetic jewelry (most made of plastic) and fashion apparel.

you'll come across stalls that sell live animals - Some are household pets while others are sold as food. Puppies and kittens along with hamsters, guinea pigs, mice and aquarium fish are displayed openly in cages or tanks and sold like stock at the market. Box turtles, bull frogs and snakehead fish are other more exotic animals.


and many more!!

Gaya Street is the city's tourist belt, lined with numerous backpacker lodges, hotels, restaurants and shops. the strategically in the central location that can be reached from anywhere within the city center. While it has a vibrant nightlife and dining scene, it's only on Sunday. You will discover unique traditional and modern products from Borneo sold openly. From early morning till late afternoon, the entire Street is occupied with make-shift stalls over a half kilometer  into an adjoining back alley, where there is a large space that used to house a taxi depot. Over here, the traders mostly sell local fruits and vegetables along with ornamental plants.

Food stalls are available in the market and visitors will enjoy an endless selection of freshly prepared local snacks, dishes and drinks.

 Walk along and you'll find some truly unusual items on sale among the stalls; sling bags made from large toads, complete with hind legs and fake eyes; cultural blades in many different forms and sizes; small plants with a minty fragrance that claim to repel mosquitoes; energy drinks packed in recycled mineral water bottles that look and taste like antiseptic solution; household pesticide and hardware tools you would find in an industrial store.

Towards the northern end of the Gaya Street, there is a corner where disabled people sell their services and products in the form of foot massages, paintings, handicrafts and song. 

there is also other place that you could visit 

Penampang (Dongongon)

Tamu (Market) in the town every Thursday and Friday where thousands of people gather to buy households products, foods, and traditional handicrafts such as bangles, headbands or gongs.

situated in the Penampang District 

you see the town with this landmark

here is another 

there is also other places as well you could visit


Situated south of Kota Kinabalu roughly 14km from the city centre

Tamu Putatan
usually open on Saturdays and Sundays

come by and visit Kota Kinabalu the capital of Sabah!!

for more info regarding tamu visit

interested in earning more

Monday, 10 February 2014

Visit Kudat!!

Kudat is located in the upper sector of Sabah, and famously known for the Tip of Borneo, and cheap seafood

the purple color represent region of Kudat

cheap seafood and untouched beaches still remains there, with beautiful sights and relaxations

How to reach there

  1. By Bus and private transport

 they are cheap to reach there via Padang Merdeka bus station (Kota Kinabalu) and most of them
could not speak proper english if you are a foreigner just tell them to go to Kudat or by the hotels that you book

be best that you ask the counter for more info.

2. By rent a car or van

before you reach Kudat you will pass Kota Belud bypass road with the view of Mount Kinabalu

when you arrived to Kudat you will see a gate to Kudat

By air using Mas wing will be much faster as they will used a small aircraft

place to visit

Tamu Kudat (held on every Tuesday and Wednesday (6am-2pm)

The tamu (market) in Kudat is a great opportunity to discover local produce and unique handicrafts. The tamu is a flurry of sights, sounds and smells, bustling with traders and buyers hoping to get a good bargain! In Kudat, the tamu is known for its local-grown vegetables, dried fish, tropical fruits and edible seaweed.
Be sure to check out the Rungus handicraft, particularly their intricate beaded work and handwoven Tinohian cloth. When in Kudat, make a trip to Tanjung Simpang Mengayau , The Tip of Borneo. This is the meeting point of the South China and Sulu seas, with a rich historical and cultural background. The dramatic vista of the endless sea and blue skies will take your breath away. 

Tanjung Simpang Mengayau 

is also known as the Northernmost tip of Borneo, is located in the district of Kudat, in the state of SabahMalaysia. The tip is the meeting point of Sulu and South China Sea.
A bronze globe marks the location of Tanjung Simpang Mengayau at latitude 7 degrees north and longitude 116 degrees east. A map featuring the island of Borneo is embossed in bronze and laid on a flat surface at an angle with inscriptions to mark the Tip of Borneo.

the sunset 

legend goes that Ferdinand Magellan once docked at the beach of Tanjung Simpang Mengayau before heading to the Phillipine island. 
this is the landmark for the tip of Borneo
 with beautiful beaches of simpang mengayau

and the hidden Kelambu beach of kudat

if you hungry try to visit the esplanade Kudat 

this restaurant provides cheap seafood, be best come at night as you can choose from the fisherman directly

Visit Kudat!!

for more info visit

for bookings check the website

a must visit in Kota Kinabalu!!

Sabah is renowned for its beautiful beaches and sunsets, people from all over the world bringing their swimsuits and lotions for sunbathing and dipping into the crystal clear waters

this is the Sapi Island view facing the mountains

if you are are only interested in Kota Kinabalu only. You could always visit the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park that is consist of the multiple island plus it is closest place that you dive and swim the crystal waters that is facing the South China Sea,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
The Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park
   this is the list of the Island that is popular site to indulge within Kota Kinabalu :-

Pulau Mamutik 

Pulau Manukan

Pulau Sulug

Pulau Sapi

Pulau Gaya

side Pulau Gaya

there other island that you can visit 

Pulau Dinawan

another view of Pulau Dinawan

maybe if you could wait the evening, hang around in Beaches in Kota Kinabalu

Tanjung Aru Beach sunset

Lok Kawi Beaches Sunset

Tanjung Lipat Sunset 

looking for souvenir for your visit try to visit markets in Kota Kinabalu
Gaya Sunday morning market (Tamu)

or the Night Market in Kampung Air

looking for cheap seafood look at the KK waterfront

try visit Sabah capital, the feeling of Thailand, Penang and Hawaii even the Polynesia feeling just staying in Kota Kinabalu 

indulge and enjoy Kota Kinabalu!!
for bookings and flights visit the website

for more information about Sabah visit