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Tamu Keningau

The district of Keningau is located 131km from Kota Kinabalu. Famous for its handwoven goods, the district of Keningau was once the main producer of cinnamon. There are two ‘tamu' or markets that take place in Keningau. The first tamu is held in Bingkor on Thursdays and the other tamu in ‘Pekan' Keningau (the town's centre) on Sundays. It is a great place to see traders displaying and selling their goods, from fresh produce to a variety of handicrafts. Look for their great range of handwoven baskets and trays, a product of the industrious Kadazandusun people.

Held on
Thursdays (Bingkor) and Sundays (Pekan Keningau)

 

Opening Hours

Most ‘tamu' operate as early as 6am and close by 2pm

Getting There

Take a taxi from the station near Padang Merdeka (Merdeka Field) which will cost around RM120 one way. Buses depart from the same area for RM16.00 per passenger.

Location Map

Contact Information

For more info :

Sabah Tourism Board

Office +60 88-212 121

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