Day 16 at sea 20/03/2011
We remain at sea again today following a northwesterly course across the South China Sea.
All the usual shipboard activities taking place today. We have decided to go to afternoon tea at 3.30pm today in the Regency Dining Room - as if we really need this!
Tonight we saw the next production show “Tribute” – once again a...
Day 15 at sea 19/03/2011
After departing Kota Kinabalu we followed a northeasterly course along the Palawan passage. At approximately 9am Sun Princess altered course to port passing the reefs of Reed Banks on her port side to set a northerly course across the South China Sea. Once clear of the reefs we then set a north-northwesterly course towards ou...
Day 14 at Kota Kinabalu 18/03/2011
Arrived at Kota Kinabalu exactly on time at 7am in the morning. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah on the north of Borneo. After breakfast we left the ship and walked into the city centre which was very close by. However, nothing opens before 10am so there was little we could do except take refuge from the heat i...
Tanjung Resang, Malaysia's best kept secret
Peninsular Malaysia is a land of countless natural treasures. Living in neighboring Singapore, I've been lucky enough to have visited quite a few of the better known Malaysian spots: Pulau Tioman, Pulau Redang, Kuantan, Pulau Penang, Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, each unique and memorable locations in their own way.
But it's only when I ventured off the be...