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The Nabalu Market

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The Nabalu Market

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Discover the amazing Mt. Kinabalu with the perfect day tour from 1Tour. Explore one of Borneo's tallest mountains where you’ll visit some of the counties most famed attractions such as Poring Hot Springs, Desa Cattle Dairy Farm, and the Moroli River Fish Spa.
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Itravel0ne wrote a review Mar 2020
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia1807 contributions294 helpful votes
Typical roadside market but with more handicrafts then local produces. No doubt it is cater more for tourists and price is more than in town. But sometimes you do get fresh produces. On a fine day, you can catch a great view of the mountain.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LRMcK wrote a review Mar 2020
Cairns, Australia1748 contributions167 helpful votes
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Two types of stalls. One selling souvenirs and the others selling fruit, nuts and snacks. All prices are the same at every stall and they all sell the same thing. Souvenirs and tshirts are more expensive than Kota Kinabalu. Disappointing and a tourist trap for the unwary.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Mustika Misran wrote a review Aug 2019
Batu Pahat, Malaysia32 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice and unique market😄 Many local food and fruits at the market such as "buah tarap", "kuih cincin", amplang and etc. I went there during the weekend of school holiday. And got a wedding ceremony at the hall near the Nabalu Market. Such a great place for wedding ceremony because got a great background view (Mount Kinabalu).
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Big Asian Choice wrote a review Jul 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia230 contributions64 helpful votes
Nearby the Nabalu town market, there was a dedicated lookout to view Mount Kinabalu and surrounding rolling mountains and valleys. It was an excellent direct view of Mount Kinabalu but unfortunately for me, it was so cloudy that Mount Kinabalu could not be seen at all. The surrounding mountains was majestic, with clear view of some highland villages. The lookout provides one of the best viewpoint of Mount Kinabalu and its surroundings, and worth a visit while on a drive to Kinabalu Park. Nabalu town Mount Kinabalu Lookout is not to be confused with Kota Belud Mount Kinabalu Lookout. Both Nabalu and Kota Belud are two different towns found in Kota Belud District, providing two different viewpoints of Mount Kinabalu.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Haleemo wrote a review Jun 2019
Singapore, Singapore22 contributions10 helpful votes
Plenty of souvenirs at prices cheaper than Filipino market. Shops selling mostly similar items tho. You'd have to look out for unique items (such as the wooden face masks) if you're keen on such stuff. Some shops selling sliced fruits and local food items. Only saw two shops/ cafes selling cooked food. Offers a nice view of Kinabalu. Most importantly, the stop here is for the use of the toilet, which is not the cleanest, that costs 30 cents.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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