When vacationing in exciting tropical destinations such as Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia, it is always mind blogging what to pack and what to wear. Packing your stuff could be stressful if you are not sure what the place is all about. These days, however, vacationing is much easier since far-away cities in Asia are equipped with all kinds of facilities and shops where tourists can buy all kinds of high quality yet cheap clothes and accessories. There’s not much hassle now thinking what to pack or what to wear in Kota Kinabalu since there are local shops that sell all kinds of necessities, but here are a few tips to get you started.
Here are the most common things to do and most exciting places to see in KK. These should help you imagine what clothes you are in while visiting the city’s top tourist attractions. First, KK has a number of snorkeling and scuba diving spots. What’s really pulling in expert divers from all over the world are World War II wrecks. It’s just an eerie, one-of-a-kind experience gliding along these underwater attractions. Some wrecks are 25-meters deep, while many are much deeper. A popular wreck site is the 50-m deep Gaya Wreck inside the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, about 30 minutes from KK by boat. Other popular sites are Usukan Bay (for recreational diving) near the Kota Belud fishing port, Mayne Rock and Palau Tiga. [Read more…]