Once we checked in to our hostel in Kota Kinabalu, the first thing we wanted to do is to get some local food into our stomach. I read many good reviews about the fresh and cheap barbeque seafood sold at the Filipino Night Market so I saved the address on my GPS and we walked to the night market from the hostel. When we first reached the night market, we thought we may have entered the wrong market because there were many stalls selling fresh fish, but none of them were doing any cooking. Seafood is sold at cheap prices in Kota Kinabalu as the city is by the sea with abundant seafood available. For a few ringgits you can get yourself 4-5 medium-sized fishes. Walking to the end of the night market, we were greeted with many stalls selling barbeque seafood. After checking out all the stalls, we found.
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