Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA), the 2nd busiest airport in Malaysia is located 10 minutes away from Kota Kinabalu city center. KKIA offers all the conveniences of a modern airport, including a variety of shopping and dining venues. The terminal is divided into 3 levels. The departure hall is located on level 3 and arrival hall on level 1.
Taxi service counter and mobile sim card seller offering mobile internet service can be found at the arrival hall and Tourism Malaysia booth offers information and map of Sabah.
Level 1 (Arrival Hall)
Offers donut on the go
Famous Amos cookie offers cookies
Old Town White Coffee
Malaysia famous coffee chain. Good place for Malaysian cuisine, snacks and Malaysian style coffee/tea.
What to eat in KK – 10 foods you must eat in Kota Kinabalu
located next to the left luggage service counter and behind OldTown White Coffee.
Left Luggage Service
24 hours left luggage services counter are available at the arrival hall.
ATMs are available at the arrival and departure hall.
Convenient store: Orange
Orange, a convenience shop offers wide variety of snacks and drinks.
low on power for your laptop and mobile phone? Charging stations can be found at the arrival and departure hall.
Napzone by Sovotel
Napzone, The first capsule hotel in East Malaysia is located at the arrival hall (behind Old Town White Coffee). 6 hours, 9 hours and 12 hours rental options are available.
The capsule hotel can accommodate 40 guests.
For booking, visit Agoda Booking
Starbucks coffee is located outside the arrival hall.
Wendy’s first outlet in East Malaysia is located at KKIA.
Level 3 (departure hall)
Jesselton Xpress Kopitiam
O’Briens Irish Sandwich Cafe
sharing the same space with WHSmith, O’Brien Irish Sandwich cafe offers handcrafted sandwiches, Wraps and Salads mixed.
Taluwang, the famous Ice Cream Potong (Stick) of Sabah. Ice cream potong in various fruity flavors packed in styrofoam boxes of 12 each which can keep for three hours, or specially-packed cartons of various sizes which last up to seven hours.
Unique Borneo Handicraft
Latest posts by Joanne Lee (see all)
- Discovering the Vibrant Culture and Dynamic Energy of Jakarta: A Journey through Indonesia’s Capital City #enjoyJakarta - March 15, 2023
- Ramadan 2023: where to go for Buka Puasa dinner in Kota Kinabalu - March 10, 2023
- Ayam Brand Introduces Three Authentic, Time-Saving & Tasty Thai Curry Pastes for Your Convenience - August 23, 2022