Your trip begin with a brief stop at the Filipino Market to enable you to buy local handicrafts and local fruits. Later you will be guided to visit the 30-storey building known as Wisma Tun Datu Mustapha. This building was formerly called the Sabah Foundation Building that housed the state Chief Minister. It has a revolving restaurant where diners can enjoy the view of the sea.
Just a few minutes drive away is the Poh Tse Buddihist temple, the second oldest temple in Sabah. Next, your visit to the State Museum can help you explore the many cultural heritages of Sabah people.
Your last stop in this tour is The State Mosque. Get the magnificent view of its 13 gold plated domes that represent the number of states in Malaysia.