Made up of a group of brilliantly talented KK artists, high up on the 3rd floor (look for the Cracko sign outside on the street), you'll find a vivid working studio of abstract and figurative art, stunning jewellery…
The Handicraft Market is a good place to shop for inexpensive souvenirs. Offerings include pearls, textiles, seashell crafts, jewellery and bamboo goods, some from the Philippines, some from Malaysia and some from o…
Tragically, the modern chrome-and-mirrors Financial Park duty-free mall is trumpeted as the town's number one 'attraction', aiming to seduce shoppers and booze-cruisers into parting with their cash.
Easily the best resource in the country for pictorial and textual books on Sabah's culture, ethnicity, traditions and wildlife and flora, at a fraction of the price you'll pay elsewhere.
The city centre's newest mall, this gleaming palace of consumerism has all the top Western brands, from sunglass shops to coffee-house chains, beauty products to fashion.
Self-caterers should try the Servay Department Store, across from the Old Central Market, for everything from picnic lunches to DVDs of dubious authenticity.
Photogenic for its tropical fruit, dried fish, edible seaweed and earnest hagglers, this is a fun spot to people-watch between buses.
Books, gifts, prints, and postcards. There's a wealth of wildlife and flora books all focused on Borneo.
The city's second best central mall is a three-storey edifice with a variety of Western brands.
Upmarket tribal art and souvenirs.