Uncover the meaning behind Kundasang War Memorial, a memorial that travellers visit to contemplate past events. If you would like to find a hotel not too far from this special site, Celyn Resort Kinabalu and Crystal Hill R should be your first stop.
This area contains just a few no-frills hotels for travellers on a shoestring. The D'Villa Rina Ria Lodge is one of the better options.
For some alternatives, try the Poring Hot Spring and the Mesilau Nature Resort. They are located 10 kilometres and 8 kilometres respectively from the main center. Wotif also recommends the Mile 36 Lodge and the Kinabalu Private Lodges. The first is 4 kilometres away from the city, while the second is 6 kilometres away.
If you want to check out some nearby cities, try Kampong Kituntul and Gantisan. Head 10 kilometres to the east of Kundasang and you'll find Kampong Kituntul. Alternatively, Gantisan is 50 kilometres to the west. Accommodations in Kampong Kituntul include the Slagon Homestay and Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa. Gantisan options are the Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai and Borneo Beach Villas.
Just because you're travelling in Sabah, doesn't mean you can't indulge in your love of sporting events. Kundasang is located to the west of Kundasang. Want to stay near the action? The Magellan Sutera Resort and The Pacific Sutera Hotel could both be just what you're looking for.
Visitors planning on flying through Kota Kinabalu International Airport might like to book accommodation at the Shangri La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa or the Oceania Hotel, both of which are a short taxi ride away.
Hotels in Kundasang start at AU$19 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.