Hotel Review : Hyatt Regency Kinabalu – The Interior and Exterior

Written by @Lan & Edited by @joehairie
(Photos by curiostraveller.com team members)
Staycation October 7-9, 2016

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Being a business hotel, Hyatt Regency Kinabalu is undeniably one of the leading 5 Star hotels in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Offering premium hotel products to business and even casual travelers, Hyatt Regency Kinabalu has 288 rooms which include the spacious Presidential Suite on the 14th floor. Guests staying in Club Floors will have access to the elegant Regency Club Lounge that offers privileged experience. Location wise, it is located in the prime area of the city thus giving guests access to many important places, from shopping malls to major financial institutions, Segama Waterfront and on Sundays, the weekly held Gaya Street Market is just few blocks away.

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Hyatt Regency Kinabalu : An Introduction entry to our Homecoming!

Written by @joehairie
(Photos by curiostraveller.com team members unless stated otherwise)

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Strategically located in the city center, it’s one of the most ideal place to stay in Kota Kinabalu City. Nestled next to Segama Waterfont, it offers the best views of the city or the South China Sea. Picturesque view of the nearby Islands, access to nearby Wisma Merdeka Shopping Mall and abundant eateries around are among the factors why most visitors opt to stay at this luxurious 5 star hotel. Welcome to Hyatt Regency Kinabalu, a place that will please even the most discerning guests, a place that we address as home.

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Just when I thought I won’t be scaling Mount Kinabalu again : My journey to the ‘Highest Office’ in Sabah

Written by @joehairie & Content arranged by @Lan
(Photos by @joehairie)

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It is the highest ‘landmark’ in the entire Borneo Island. Standing firmly at 4,096 m above sea level, it is famously known as Mount Kinabalu with many stories behind its name. It once shook the state of Sabah, when that 30 seconds earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 occurred. That was on June 5, 2015 at 07.15 am. I never thought of scaling the mountain again after doing it for so many times, the first was in 1988. I even have to climb it again after landed myself in my current job. I was not sure if I want to go there again after the 2015 earthquake but perhaps the main reason for that was my thoughts of having enough with scaling mountains, not because of the quake.

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Into The Wild @ Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Lahad Datu

Text & Photos by Evon Foo
( Guest Post by Ms Evon Foo- A blogger from www.colourfulthreads.co )
Re-blogged by @curiostraveller

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My travelling plan this year as I have been telling everyone is to do “cuti-cuti Sabah”, meaning holidaying in and around Sabah — domestic travelling!  Being in the hospitality industry sometimes I do feel slightly embarrassed that I have been to less places in my home state than many of the tourists from around the globe that I have come across over the years.

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Troubles In Paradise….My Story about Sabah

Article and Photos by MizaKL
MizaKL previously contributed an article, here is the LINK

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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the beauty of Sabahans.  After reading it, I assumed (I hope it is not true) that some would think I was exaggerating about it.  Nothing is perfect in this world, not even Miss Universe.  I managed to visit Kundasang, a quiet small beautiful town.  I would say this is the heart of Sabah since you can find Mount Kinabalu here. Therefore, this would be the main attraction of tourists.  Besides the majestic mountain, there are a few tourists spots too nearby like Poring Hot Springs, Sungai Moroli Fish Massage and Desa Dairy Farm. Sabah Tea plantation is also around this area.

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Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa @ Kota Kinabalu

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Image from www.shangri-la.com

“James Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, gently guided from a lamasery, enclosed in the western end of Kunlun Mountains. For us, the curiostraveller.com members, Shangri-La is a place full of tranquility, a place qualified enough to be called ‘Home’. We felt that at The Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa”-curiostraveller.com

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The Beauty Of Sabah: Showcase Gallery 2 by @haralhaj

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Gallery 2- ‘Friends are friends forever’ and we found the new meaning of friendship in Sabah

This is Gallery 2, a continuation from Gallery 1 (HERE is the link). Through this gallery, I will be sharing the moments when all 5 of us spent time together for a short trip/vacation to Kota Kinabalu, Kundasang and Ranau in Sabah, Malaysia. I do hope this gallery will inspire those who are still indecisive in making the dream trip to Sabah a reality. Bring along your family or friends and I am sure you will all enjoy your moment here.

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