Kudat is a town in Sabah, Malaysia.

Get in

Kudat is 190 km (114 mi) from Kota Kinabalu; about 3 hr drive in a car.

Get around

You can go by taxi, self-drive or with a tour agent. Four-wheel drives and saloon cars with permits are stationed near the Indian Restaurant opposite the Health Clinic in Kampung Air. Four-wheel drives can take between 7-8 passengers at RM20-25 per passenger return, while saloon cars take up to 4 passengers and charge RM240 for a return trip to Simpang Mengayau. Check with the Car Rental services for their charges.


Fuk Tek Kung Temple, a Taoist temple that was built in the early 1970's by the local Hokkien Association

Tip of Borneo at Simpang Mengayau. Honey Bee Farm at Kampung Gombizau. Gong Making Village at Kampung Sumangkap. Bead centre at Kampung Tinangol.


Located 43 km from Kudat town and about 90 km or two hours from KK City, you can reach it by bus, chartered vehicle or through a local tour operator.


Be sure to check out the Rungus handicraft, particularly their intricate beaded work and handwoven Tinohian cloth. When in Kudat, make a trip to Tanjung Simpang Mengayau , the tip of Borneo. This is the meeting point of the South China and Sulu seas, with a rich historical and cultural background. The dramatic vista of the endless sea and blue skies will take your breath away.


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