Sabah is well connected domestically and internationally with Kota Kinabalu International Airport located just 20km away from the Kota Kinabalu city. Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia provides regular direct flight on daily basis from Kuala Lumpur and other parts of the country.
For oversea visitors, Sabah can be easily accessible from Hong Kong, China, Brunei, Taipei, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore and South Korea. Silk Air, Dragonair, Royal Brunei Airlines, Korean Air and Asiana are some of the airlines operate in Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
The second airport in Sabah namely Low Cost Carrier Terminal or Terminal Two is mainly operated by AirAsia. The airport is about 7km away from the Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
Visitors from Indonesia, Philippines and Labuan has the option to get in to Sabah by sea. Ferry terminals and immigration check points are located at Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Tawau.
For those who visit Sabah with their on yacht, The Sutera Harbour Marina in Kota Kinabalu offers all the facilities and spaces that you may require for a comfortable stay.
Travel on road between Kuching, Brunei and Kota Kinabalu is possible via Trans Borneo Highway. Travelers should expect long journey and plan for stops wherever necessary.
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|The National Carrier, offers regular flights within and out of Malaysia.|
|The most popular budget airline in Asia region.|
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