Gaya Street is crowded with people, and there are many shopping places in Sabah. Several shopping malls are also near Gaya Street. My favorite teahouse is Niuzamian and Youji Meat-bone Tea. This Meat-bone Tea opens at 4 p.m. every day. I arrive at 3:30 and sit at the gate until 4 p.m.
The characteristics of Sabah tour and seafood tour. Before we went to the water mosque, we also went to the famous Kaya Sunday open-air market and the Great Eggplant Seafood Restaurant - "Fig. 1 - "Speaking of shopping, my wife always walks in front of me (laughter); Fig. 2 - "In addition to the big character of Longan Momordica, pay attention to the small character of seabed bird's nest (stunned); Fig. 3 - "There are various local handicrafts (cool); Fig. 4 - "and the unknown local fruit (color); Fig. 5 - "Walk The local street artists are performing at the fair. Stanby me is very brilliant. The most handsome one is Uncle Beard, who plays the electric violin. He has Chen Mei's demeanor (snickering).
Great marketplace to go for a visit. You can see alot of stalls selling local fruits and foods Other than variety handicraft, some of the stalls sell seashells too. Sunday is the most happening day as Sunday Market will be held over there. Famous Yee Fong Laksa, Melanian noodles, Pineapple puff are juz steps away from the streets. The historical Atkinson Clock Tower and Signature Observatory Tower are located nearby to this street have even widen the tourist spots to explore the area.
Go there for local produce and amazing food.