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Kundasang is a small town located in Malaysian Borneo, about 6km from the Kinabalu National Park and inhabited mainly by the local Dusun and a population of Chinese residents.
Places of interest in Kundasang include the Kundasang War Memorial created to commemorate the fallen allied soldiers of WWII (mostly Australian and British) who died during the death marches of 1945. The memorial contains four interlocking but separate gardens connected by a reflection pool. Kundasang also has a beautiful, yet challenging, 18-hole golf course with steep slopes and ever present winds.
There are those that say Kundasang has areas that will make you feel like you are in New Zealand. The rolling hills, cool climate and large green fields with dairy cows grazing past will transport you a faraway land. You can even milk a cow if you like.
The fertile soil and temperate climate of Kundasang make the perfect place to grow vegetables. People come from all over the region to source their vegetables, the vegetable market opens 7 days a week.
You can also follow your nose to the rose and strawberry garden which is a ten minute walk from the town car park,
Malaysia is one of the best places in the world for stargazing. Kundasang offers unique stargazing opportunities where guests can stay in yurts out in the open and experience a truly exceptional sight at night.
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|Rent||RM 2,000||Unfurnished, two-bedroom modern apartment or house|
|Gas||RM 30||For cooking|
|Transportation||RM 200||For taxi rides|
|Electricity||RM 200||A/C and heating usage.|
|Water||HN/A/td>||Bundled with electricity|
|Cable TV||RM 70|
|Groceries||RM 900||Basic items for couple.|
|Entertainment||RM 474||Social Outing> RM 15 per person;dinner and drinks for two: 30-120; drinks for two> 18|
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