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Jesselton Point

Jesselton Point boat terminal is located north of downtown Kota Kinabalu. Within walking distance to this terminal for those  staying at nearby city hotels. This ferry terminal is located close to Wisma Sabah, Grand Port View building, marine police and custom offices.
 

 

Jesselton Point

Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal is a one-stop terminal for all your island excursion needs.

Getting around Kota Kinabalu by Ferry: Ferry services between KK end Labuan operate every day. Mon-Sat, departures 8 am 8c 1.30 pm 8c Sun, 8 am 8c 3 pm at Jesselton Point, Jalan Haji Soman (near Customs Dept.) For updated schedules, call T: 088 236 834/5.


 

 


 


Boat Tickets Counters : Boat reception counters are informative and arrange for boat to the nearby islands


Waiting area in front the booking counters inside the main building equipped with comfortable chairs and cooling air-conditioning. .


DEPARTURE TIME FROM JESSELTON POINT RETURN TIME FROM ISLANDS

07:30 am First boat departure

04:30 pm Last boat departure

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
03:00 pm
04:00 pm
05:00 pm (Last return boat)


COUNTER SERVICE AGENT SERVICES PROVIDED
Counter 8 APARU HOLIDAY TOURS SDN. BHD.
P.O Box 14991, 888S9 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Tel: 088 270 653, Fax: 088 235 222
Email: aparu@streamyx.com

Boat Operation Managers:

Sunny 016-8382347
Nor 016-8049012

Ferry (Express boat) service to Tunku Abdul Raman Park (Gaya, Sapi, Manukan, Mamutik and Sulug Islands)
Counter 9 INNO TRAVEL & TOURS SERVICE SDN. BHD
Tel: 088-222700 Fax: 088-223131 / 221751
Website : www.Sabahholiday.Com
Ferry (Express boat) service to Tunku Abdul Raman Park (Gaya, Sapi, Manukan, Mamutik and Sulug Islands)
     

  CONSERVATION FEE (pay at island entrance office)
Adult Rm 3.00 Malaysian 18 years old and above
Student Rm 0.50 Malaysian student below 16 years old
Child Children are free.

  JESSELTON POINT TERMINAL FEE (pay at Jesselton Point 2nd Counter)
Adult Rm 6
Child Rm 3

FERRY PRICE 1 ISLAND 2 ISLANDS 3 ISLANDS 4 ISLANDS
Adult Rm 17 Rm 27 Rm 37 Rm 47
Child Rm 12 Rm 15 Rm 20 Rm 25
Chater Rm 200 Rm 250 Rm 350 Rm 450

After paying your boat fee, you will be given this receipt as 'boarding pass' to the boat. Behind this voucher is printed as following :

NOTICE

Dear passenger, Journey to the island is only 20 minutes and it depends to the weather. Please get ready to be "wet" and without complaining.

Please "check" and make sure nothing left on the boat before you leave. We are regret to inform you that, we are not responsible for any lost or damage of your goods.

Please make sure you are on time to the jetty or else the boat will leave you in 15 minutes time. Boat fee are not refundable.

Thank you for your cooperation and your support. Please come again.



JESSELTON POINT

KOTA KINABALU FERRY TERMINAL

DESTINATION : INTER ISLANDS

TARIFF FEE

RM 3.00 Children under 12 yrs

RM 6.00 Adult



Upon arrival at the island, at the Park office counter visitor has to pay a Conservation fee :

Conservation fee :

Rm 3.00 Malaysian 18 years old and above

Rm 0.50 Malaysian student below 16 years old

Children are free.



Jesselton is the formal name of  Kota Kinabalu.

Formally the old shipping port, it was was redesigned into a boat terminal with colorful commercial outlets of tourist facilities for those heading to the islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park nearby.

This ferry terminal is also the departure point for patrons staying at either Manukan Island Resort or Gayana Resort.

The buildings are painted in bright orange color to breathe a new life into the area. Jesselton Point project was quite an example of urban rehabilitation programme in this fairly tired-looking city of Kota Kinabalu. It exemplifies the usage of the city's main natural attraction, its spectacular ocean view, to draw the crowds from near and far.

At the main entrance, there is a nice archway that welcomes you to the city. On the walls are various dated photos of the city's aerial view, some were taken in the early 1900s. There are also two English-inspired telephone booths with their ubiquitous bright red color.

There is a nice looking Italian restaurant called Benito Bistro equipped with glassy walls overlooking the dock and the ocean.

There is a featured rail coach taken out from the existing North Borneo Railway service that serves as a drinking outlet called JP Train Station. There are a lot of other smaller cafés with more acceptable food prices apart from souvenir shops for visitors leaving the city.

A great place for a stroll with historical perspective blended in modern design.


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Pulau Gaya Pulau Sulug Pulau Manukan Pulau Mamutik Pulau Sapi
Gaya Island Sulug Island Manukan Island Mamutik Island Sapi Island

INDEX - Island of Sabah  1 Dec 2008  November 06, 2013 10:09:43 PM

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