Shopping Place

Looking for a place to shop for souvenirs for your love one or looking for place to shop something that help you remember about Sabah, then head to Kota Kinabalu, as all major malls and shopping centres are located here. Bigger shopping malls offer everything and anything from food, clothes to knick knacks. Also they include supplementary facilities like restaurants, cinema theatres, resting rooms, variety in shopping, etc. If you want to buy anything specific like books or electronic items then there are definite shops that sell only these items. VCD’s, DVD’s and electronic items are quite cheap in Malaysia so people throng to buy them. Also as watersports, diving, trekking is quite popular in Sabah, equipments related to these recreational sports are also much sought after.

1Borneo HyperMall
Located within Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. 7Km northwards along the Jalan Sulaman Highway surround by lush greenery overlooking the majestic Mount Kinabalu and the Crocker Range, 1Borneo is the Ultimate Shoping ever in Sabah.

Gaya Street
Sabah and its surrounding regions is famous for handicrafts and souvenirs made by local tribes. There are a few markets and shopping streets in Sabah that present the products made by the indigenous groups. One of them is the Tamu Market which takes place on Sunday. Here you can buy stuff like betel nut stalls, exotic fruits, vegetables, dried and fresh fish, sarongs, etc. In the capital city of Kota Kinabalu, Gaya Street is the most famous for street shopping. Every Sunday, the street is closed for traffic as a trade fair is held here to sell products like traditional fabrics, antiques, souvenirs, fruits, flowers, arts and craft, footwear, and herbs.

Filipino Market
A variety of Filipino and local handicrafts are sold in the hundreds of cramped stalls, along winding alleyways which are strung by low-slung curtains of shells, baskets and bags. You can find a diverse range of products available at the Filipino Market - from traditional foods to medicine and toiletries. You could even find something to amuse you on your travels, such as the apparatus for Filipino games such as 'Dama', or perhaps more Western board and bingo games. Even if you're not looking for anything in particular, a trip to the market can offer a great cultural experience and an enjoyable excursion when visiting this area. Walk along Jalan Tun Fuad Stepfens across the road from Sabah Parks office within Sinsuran Complex. You will immediately see the wave-liked wood roof structure of the Filipino Market.



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