Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Kinabalu is situated in the heart of the city and offers immediate access to the financial hub, prime shopping destinations, restaurants and bars, the handicraft market, and tourist attractions. If you wish to relax and explore the islands at Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, the Jesselton Point jetty is nearby and walking distance from the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Kinabalu

Jalan Datuk Salleh Sulong, 88991
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

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Parks & Recreation

Klias Wetland

A mangrove forest reserve where the Klias River flows and boat rides can be taken to view the varied wildlife that dwells along the riverbanks; crocodiles, monitor lizards, tree snakes, eagles and the shy Proboscis monkeys that come out to hunt for food in early evenings can all be seen.

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

The Park offers botanical and zoological experiences for both young and old. Among the inhabitants of the zoo are the Borneo Pygmy elephants, Proboscis monkey, Malayan tiger, Sumatran Rhino and Borneon Sun bears.

Sports

Likas Sports Complex

Sabah’s main sporting venue, offering comprehensive facilities for sporting events such as landscaped jogging track, football stadium, cricket field, hockey field, lawn bowling, indoor badminton courts, gymnastic studios, tennis courts, fencing, 25m and 8-lane 50m swimming pools and 10m dive platform which is undercover.

White Water Rafting

Experience white water rafting at Padas River which gives you Class 3 and 4 rapids, while Kiulu white water rafting is more suitable for family with children as it gives you Class 1 to 2 rapids. All rafts big and sturdy, with an experienced expert guide who controls the steering of the rafts.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

This cluster of 5 islands can be reached from the Jesselton Point Waterfront, where you can take a 10-20 minutes boat ride to one or more of the islands - Manukan, Mamutik, Gaya, Sapi or Sulug. Besides scuba diving, visitors can enjoy other water sports such as snorkeling, sea walking, parasailing and coral flyer.

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Day Trips

Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu is situated in Kinabalu Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The peak stands at 13,435.7 ft (4095.2 m) above sea level and has seen many climbers conquering the mountain to be rewarded with a breathtaking sunrise view of Northern Borneo.

Mount Trus Madi

Malaysia’s second highest mountain at 8,668 ft (2,642 m) after Mount Kinabalu, offers a challenging jungle trail through dense tropical forest covered with exotic flora and fauna, indulging many species of pitcher plants.