Best Hotel in Kota Kinabalu

Visitors Guide

Visitors Guide

​Hotel Sixty3 sits on the most historical street in KK City, right opposite the first colonial Post Office building. This building has been declared as Kilometer Zero (0 KM), which makes Hotel Sixty3 truly central!

The hotels’ interior is reminiscence of the bygone 60’s era and offers a peek into North Borneo’s culture, architecture and story of its’ people. Through the vast collection of historical black and white images featured throughout the hotel and rooms, guests would get a glimpse of the rich cultural history of Sabah.

Dining Places Nearby

Kopi Ping Cafe

Kopi Ping started its modest journey serving their house specialties of Borneo-style coffee at Damai Plaza at the busy suburb area of Luyang Commercial Center. Served in cute individual bottles, it has captured and retained the heritage of independent local coffee or what locals fondly call as ‘Kopi Ping’ which translate to iced coffee. Piquant flavours dot the menu with forte like seafood tom yam, butter milk chicken chop rice, fish sauce meehoon seafood and more. Having its own beverage brand called EZ Fizzy, diners can choose from their list of beverage offerings of coffee to Isotonic drinks to complement their expressive menu.

Distance: 1 min. walk

Nishiki Japanese Restaurant

Nishiki Restaurant serves Japanese cuisine at Jalan Gaya in Kota Kinabalu. They are known for their assorted Tempura, Braised beef with potatoes and chicken Teriyaki

Distance: 1 min. walk

Fook Yuen

Fook Yuen offers a variety of food and beverages at its 4 outlets in Kota Kinabalu. Fook Yuen signature food and beverage that are consistently ordered by satisfied customers at all of its outlets is the Fook Yuen self-made bread which are baked fresh daily and served as “Roti Kahwin”and its speciality, the tasty “Teh C” beverage.

Distance: 1 min. walk

Little Italy

Little Italy is one of the pioneers in Italian restaurants here in KK, started off as a small pizzeria at Damai Plaza. After a few years with huge popularity, it moved to the current location, ground floor level at Capitol Hotel in the heart of the city.

Distance: 2 min. walking (View Location)

Welcome Seafood Restaurant

Welcome Seafood Restaurant a home-grown seafood restaurant that was established in 2005 and best known for its “Kam Hiong” Crab and Wet Butter Tiger Prawn. In year 2010 Nov, they have expanded to KK Town Centre with more than 160 tables serving more than 2,000 diners daily.

Distance: 7 min. driving (View Location)

Kedai Kopi Yee Fung

Since opening its doors some ten years ago, Kedai Kopi Yee Fung has become a popular breakfast and lunch joint for KK folks. And it comes as no surprise as the coffee shop serves a delicious variety of Malaysian favorites at affordable prices. Its specialty is the curry laksa; thin noodles in a curry-based soup complemented with prawns and shredded chicken.

Distance: 6 min. walk (View Location)

Dragon Palace

Dragon Palace Seafood and Dim Sum Restaurant serves authentic Cantonese style cuisines prepared by Chefs from GuangZhou, China coupled with the spectacular view of South China Sea. We also stock array of live seafood from local Sabah and Perth, Western Australia.

Distance: 7 min. walk (View Location)

Attractions In Kota Kinabalu

Atkinson Tower

One of the most enduring landmarks in Kota Kinabalu, it stands prominently on a bluff along Signal Hill Road adjacent to the old Police Station.

This Clock Tower has the distinction of being the oldest standing structure in the whole of Sabah that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II. Till today, it still serves to keep the city’s time.

Distance: 5 min. walk (View Location)

Signal Hill Observatory

Signal Hill, the highest point in the city, is one of the best places to get a good view of Kota Kinabalu. Just a couple of minutes drive from Padang Merdeka will bring you to the airy deck where you can get amazing views that extend to the outlying islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park and further.

Distance: 23 min. walk (View Location)

Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park

The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park comprises a group of 5 islands located between 3 and 8 km off Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia. The park is spread over 4,929 hectares, two-thirds of which cover the sea. Before the Ice age, it formed part of the Crocker Range mass of sandstone and sedimentary rock on the mainland.

Sunday Market (Gaya Street) Sabah

Every Sunday morning, the length of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the Fair. Shop for anything under shady trees and over-sized umbrellas, like batik sarongs, fruits and flowers, arts and craft, footwear, antiques and souvenirs, cakes, even pets and herbs!. This is the best place to experience the cross-section of the local population when entire families enjoy a Sunday outing.

Distance: 1 min. walk

City Mosque

By far the largest mosque in Kota Kinabalu, the Kota Kinabalu City Mosque is even possibly the most beautiful one in Malaysia – the man-made lagoon which surrounds it gives a serenely gorgeous and dramatic look to the mosque on a full moon night.

The Kota Kinabalu City Mosque is open for public visits daily except Fridays from 8am to 5pm. There are no fees charged on visitors.

Distance: 11 min. drive (View location)

Handicrafts Market

The best thing about the Handicraft Market is that you never know what piece of treasure you might unravel during your visit. Some have returned home with an authentic sompoton (a traditional wind instrument), a Murut headhunter’s blowpipe, a coconut-shaped handbag and a wooden-frog that ‘sings’ when you stroke its back with a wooden stick.

Distance: 12 min. walk (View Location)

Shopping Places In Kota Kinabalu

Orange Convenience Store 24Hrs

Nearest store from the hotel, Orange Convenience Store is a friendly, 24 hour well-known local brand aim to fulfill your needs for titbits and essential items.

Distance: 1 min. walk

Suria Sabah

Just within 3 minutes walk from Hotel Sixty3, Suria Sabah is a modern 1-stop city center shopping mall, designed with our beloved Sabahans and tourists in mind, and with a strong focus on local community building. In 2013,  Suria Sabah won the prestigious Best Shopping Complex 2013/2014 Award, presented by Sabah Tourism Board.

Distance: 6 min. walk (View location)

Wisma Merdeka

One of Kota Kinabalu’s most successful shopping centres offering a wide range of merchandise. This is certainly the place for visitors to look for souvenirs whether it is batik, handicrafts, antiques, local interest books or other souvenirs. The complex also offers money changers, photo processing, a wine shop, as well as a wide range of shops selling wearing apparel and shoes for the beach, the mountain or just bargain denim to take home.

Distance: 2 min. walk (View location)

Centre Point Sabah

Located in the city centre of Kota Kinabalu, Centre Point offers convenient transportation for the shoppers and within walking distance to the important attraction for the tourists. It is the most well known mall in Kota Kinabalu frequented by both locals and tourists alike. It is the first recreational shopping mall built in Kota Kinabalu.

Distance: 10 min. walk (View Location)

Imago Mall

Imago The Mall at KK Times Square is one of Kota Kinabalu’s largest shopping centres. It opened on 28 March 2015. Luxuriate in the fresh essence of a whole new shopping experience. Imago Mall is certainly the place to actualize your most intrinsic desires.

Distance: 12 min. driving (View location)

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63, JALAN GAYA,
KOTA KINABALU CITY CENTRE, 0 KM SABAH, MALAYSIA
+6088-212663   stay@hotelsixty3.com

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