When in Tuaran, be sure to visit the bustling weekly tamu (market). Once a week, the town centre comes alive with a variety of sights, sounds and smells. Early birds can grab a variety of local delicacies for breakfast, including pastries and cakes such as kuih lapis and fried noodles. Check out the fresh fruits and vegetables as well as the unique local crafts. The Kadazandusun of Tuaran are known for their handwoven baskets and the tamu is the perfect place for a good bargain.
Most ‘tamu' operate as early as 6am and close by 2pm
Sundays at Tuaran Town
Tuaran is only 40 minutes by car from KK City. Take a bus from the bus station in front of Wawasan Plaza for RM3.00 per person per way. Be sure to communicate with the bus driver to indicate your drop-off point. The drop-off point is usually also the pick-up point for your return journey. Buses run from 7:30am to 5:00pm.