With total visitor numbers rising from 1.1 million in 2002, to about 2.9 million in 2012, it can be seen that tourism is an increasing important sector for Sabah.
Undeniably, food plays a significant role in the attraction of tourists. An increasing number of tourists’ interests in and preferences for food in a destination caused the seafood in Sabah triple their price.
Although Sabah is rich in seafood, but with the influx of tourists to the state had cause the rising of seafood prices. Undeniably, the good quality seafood in Sabah still justified its high price.
It says some eat to lives, but many live to eat. Whichever is, delicious seafood needs a good chef. It’s a well known fact that good chef turns out delicious seafood even in a very casual place.
As it is, the seafood served in Kudat seafood Restaurant is a great place to enjoy great seafood dishes.
Kudat was founded by A. H Everett of the British North Company on December 7, 1881. Due to its strategic geographical location, it’s to be the first capital of British North Borneo.
Located on the northern part of Sabah, about 190 km north of Kota Kinabalu,on the west, it faces South China Sea and Sulu Sea on the East. The population is 68,242 in the year of 2000 with mainly Rungus, about 10% Hakka Chinese.