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Sipitang Express Bus
Sipitang Express SAA 7557 R


From Kota Kinabalu to Brunei and Sarawak
Departing from City Park Terminal in Kota Kinabalu City Centre
(Remark : Not from Inanam Bus Terminal of Kota Kinabalu city outskirt)
Last updated on May 2, 2015

From KK City Park Terminal to Miri

Via Lawas Rm 30
Via Limbang Rm 50
Arriving Miri Rm 90

Bintang Jaya Express
+6 013 800 7178


7.30am Daily
From KK City Park Terminal to Bandar Seri Begawan

Via Lawas RM20
Via Limbang RM50
Arriving Bandar Sri Begawan Rm 100

Sipitang Express
Jesselton Express
+6 016-836 0009 / +6 012-622 9722,2.html


8.00am Daily

Frequent travellers between Brunei and Kota Kinabalu prefer to travel by sea then on land for cheaper and comfort. The journey, both sea and land, can be cover in one day.

Travel between KK and Brunei, the ferry boats are cheaper and faster than the buses. Plus you get fewer stamps in your passport and you can stretch your legs during the trip. The trouble is that after arriving Brunei ferry terminal, you have  to get a bus to 30 Km downtown. But these buses leave from right outside the ferry port.

From Labuan to Brunei, the best boat is the Seri Anna; it has an outside deck for the breeze and the view; the other smaller ferries have smells of diesel.

Kota Kinabalu City Park Bus Terminal

City Park Bus Terminal Kota Kinabalu

City Park Bus Terminal

City Park bus terminal is located in the town of Kota Kinabalu, just opposite of Court. This bus terminal mostly serves route from Kota Kinabalu to Menumbok, the gateway to tax free island Labuan island, Sipitang, cross country Brunei and even to Sarawak Kuching. This terminal does not have any toilet facility or sundry store compared to Inanam bus terminal. However, finding food is not a problem at all due to its location as city centre. There are plenty of food stall within walking distance. Most of the counter ticketing is a cabin type as this terminal is one of the oldest bus terminal in Sabah.

Around City Park, it contains the British North Borneo Memorial which commemorates the soldiers who fought and died defending the British Empire during World War I. The memorial was built in 1923.

Below are some of the famous route that is available in this terminal. People used to take bus from Kota Kinabalu to Menumbok, and then ferry to Labuan island to enjoy tax free shopping. Cross border travelling is also one of the hottest route, such as Kota Kinabalu to Brunei (there are total 8 stamping need to be done at Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei border because of the bus is passing by Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, Sarawak, Brunei). Other destination includes Lawas, Sipitang, Beaufort. Below are the bus schedule available.


 | Kuching | Sibu | Miri | Kota Kinabalu  |  Sipitang  | Keningau | Tawau | Sandakan  |

Bintang Jaya Lawas, Sarawak 7.30am Daily RM 20
Sipitang Express Lawas, Sarawak 8.00am Daily RM 20

1 a. Inanam Bus Terminal (North)

Located in Inanam, about 10 KM away from KK, this is the MOST important Long-Distance Bus Terminal. Most buses here take you to key cities of East Coast, and they will pass by Kinabalu Park in 90 minutes (you can ask them to drop you there).
2 b. Padang Merdeka

Padang Merdeka (Merdeka Field) Bus Terminal is near the KK city center and very convenient. You can take buses to most city/towns in West Coast and Interior of Sabah. e.g. Kundasang (Kinabalu Park), Ranau, Keningau, Tuaran, Kota Belud, Kudat, Kota Marudu, Tenom and Tambunan.
3 c. City Park Bus Terminal

In Kota Kinabalu city center, in front of the High Court. From there, passnger travel to Sipitang, Sarawak (Lawas, Miri) and Brunei.


Bus Operator Destination Timing
Sipitang Express Kota Kinabalu Beaufort Sipitang 8.00am, 8.30am, 10.00am, 12.00pm, 2.30pm, 4.30pm, 530pm
Kota Kinabalu Brunei 8.00am
Kota Kinabalu Menumbok 7.30am, 9.00am, 1.00pm
Menumbok express Menumbok 6.50am, 11am, 1230pm, 2.30pm
Borneo express Kota Kinabalu Menumbok 6.45am, 11am, 12.30pm
Kota Kinabalu  -Miri Lawas Limbang Brunei 7.45am