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Restaurant

Kedai Restoran Kuo Man

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Located along Jalan Tuaran and about one and half mile away from Kota Kinabalu, Kedai Restoran Kuo Man is no doubt one of Kota Kinabalu best noodle houses. Established more than 30 years ago, this little shop at Sunny Garden has been the talk of town for years for it's wonderful home made noodle.

Kota Kinabalu a Seafood Paradise


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Sabah, also known as The Land Below The Wind, is the northern most state of Malaysia. Situated at the northern part of the Borneo Island, two third of Sabah's border is made up of coastal land. The west coast of Sabah is washed by the waters of South China Sea, and the north-Sulu Sea and while the east coast-the Celebes Sea.

Salut Seafood Restaurant

Travel along Jalan Sulaman highway, after some 20 to 30 minutes from Kota Kinabalu City, one is going to pass by Salut seafood restaurant. Since it is quite out of the way for us KK Lites, this seafood restaurant is like a hidden gem. The price of seafood here is much cheaper compare with the other big seafood restaurants in the city. Tourists can get here by taxi, no buses come up to this place yet. Taxi from KK to Salut costs RM 60 one way, and Taxi from Rasa Ria Resort to Salut costs RM 30 one way.

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look out for these Giant Clams

With these giant clams lining up the entrance of Salut Seafood Restuarant, surely this is good Feng Shui. Good Feng Shui equals Good fortune, an ancients Chinese's believe. Here the good fortune is translated into real life too, as Salut Seafood Restaurant has grown from a small outpost restaurant with some 20 tables to about 100 tables restaurant now. Yet it still maintains the simple out look of it humble beginning, hence the continue of the cheaper price.

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salut seafood restaurant interior view

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