Recent Searches

Top Kota Kinabalu Classes & Workshops

Saved to wishlist!
When are you traveling?
Select Dates
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.
Search tours and activities you can do from home.

You are viewing Virtual Experiences in Kota Kinabalu. See more Virtual Experiences around the globe. 🌎

Time of Day
Select Dates
Food & Drink Classes
Cooking Classes
Classes & Workshops
Food & Drink
Sort by: Featured

Ethnic Cooking Class & Upside Down House & 3D Wonders Museum
Pay a visit to one of Sabah’s most unique and strange attractions, the traditional Upside Down House! It is a traditional Sabah kampung house fully equipped with a kitchen, living room, bedrooms, toilet, verandah and garden - everything upside down! Remember to be creative when you take pictures at the Upside Down House. Right next to the Upside Down House is the 3D Wonders Museum. Here you can experience Sabah in a fun and engaging way thanks to the special art that transform images into immersive 3D environments. Finally, you’ll proceed to Mango Garden Restaurant for ethnic cooking class. Dishes that will be taught during the class are: Hinava Sada (fish salad), Manuk Tinapah (BBQ chicken in local herbs & spices), Kok Daeng Masak Timbul (braised fish head with herbs). At the end of the class, you’ll be presented with a certificate of participation.

A Taste of Borneo Cooking Class with Market Visit

A Taste of Borneo Cooking Class with Market Visit

  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
Discover the traditional food of Sabah with a Kota Kinabalu cooking class at a family home outside of the city. You'll visit a local market to see the fresh ingredients that are the base of Borneo's cuisine, then prepare a hearty lunch of family recipes, cooking alongside an experienced chef. Take home a collection of Sabah-style recipes, with tips on preparing traditional dishes at home.

* A traveler said: "This was a great experience. The tour through the markets was informative and fun, we were free to ask questions about unique and different ingredients. It was a great way to learn about different food and how they should be cooked.|The class its self was a lot of fun and the food that we made was local cuisine. Our hosts were informative and chatty, making us feel at ease and very comfortable. I loved the dishes we made and ate a lot. A great experience"

* How are review snippets generated?

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What Classes & Workshops in Kota Kinabalu are good for avoiding crowds?
These hidden gems in Kota Kinabalu may have limited interaction with crowds: