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20 September 2014

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Jesselton Point Jetty Sabah : Main Jetty In Kota Kinabalu

Jesselton Point Jetty: Island Boat Ke Around Sabah

Jesselton Point jetty is the main jetty for local and foreign tourists use to the islands around Kota Kinabalu. Among the islands into tourist destination of Jesselton Point jetty is Pulau Manukan, Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Mamutik, Sulug Island and more. You can also get to the island by boat from Jesselton Point jetty.

The fare for a boat of Jesselton Point jetty is different from the surrounding islands because of the distance and position of the island.

For boat service from Jesselton Point jetty leading to Pulau Manukan, Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Pulau Sulug Mamutik and you can get a boat service at Jesselton Point jetty at a charge RM23 for boats and RM7.20 for fees Pier, Total RM30.20 (Go Back). RM18 for children to boats and RM3.60 for fees Pier.


For services to Mantanani, you can either engage in or use the Jesselton Jetty Kuala Abai, Kota Belud. Packages offered different and it starts with the price of RM350 per adult including Lunch, 2 times Snorkeling and travel to and from the Pier. For Mantanani Island, journey takes about 1 hour 30 minutes.

Operating a boat starting from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm.

Snorkeling Image Mantanani Island, Sabah
Beautiful Mamutik Island, Sabah

For those who want to Labuan Island or Brunei, you can also take a boat or jetty Jesselton Point Ferry from this. From Jesselton Point jetty, there are two points, namely at 8.00 am and 1.30 pm. You can choose whether to buy tickets First Class or Economy Class. Price from Jesselton Point Jetty, Kota Kinabalu to Labuan is:

KK - Labuan: 
RM39.60 (Economy Class) and RM44.60 (First Class)
Labuan - KK: 
RM34.00 (Economy Class) and RM39.00 (First Class)

KK - Brunei - Economy Class: 
RM60 (adults) and RM38 (Children)

So, if you want to explore Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, Kota Kinabalu, you are advised to take the boat from the jetty Jesselton Point.

For you information, AirAsia provides 12 flights from KLIA2 to Kota Kinabalu every day and you can choose the time and location of your holiday bookings with AirAsia.