I was working in Kota Kinabalu earlier this month and didn’t have a chance for a proper sightseeing tour around the city as I was tied up with work from 8 – 6 throughout the visit there.
As soon as lunch break came about, I quickly excused myself from the event just to treat myself to a sneak peak around Sutera Harbour resort where the medical congress was held.
How I wished I could just have a quick dip into the pool!
The room rates in Sutera Harbour are extremely expensive (approx. MYR 460++ per night) and that is why I didn’t have the chance to stay there. Darn.
Isn’t it relaxing to face the sea and forget about everything else?
By now you all should know that I absolutely adore life by the seaside.
Darn, why doesn’t KL have any quality beaches within driving distances?
How I wished that my lunch break would never end so I could embrace the gentle breeze and soothing sounds of the waves endlessly.
Hmmmm I don’t want to work! Can I?
Just kidding, boss. I was just enjoying my lunch break.
In the evening, I was brought by my colleagues to Port View Seafood Village for dinner.
IMHO, dinner in Port View was nothing to shout about. But, my favourite dishes were the prawns and stir-fried black pepper ostrich.
However, I must applaud Port View for the entertaining Kadazan dance on the stage. Tourists, be it local or foreign, were trully enthralled by the wonderful performance.
And the performers even invite you for a picture or two.
Oh well, at least this working trip allowed me to have a memorable shot!