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3DAYS 2NIGHTS KINABALU PARK

The mountain garden is open from 9.00am to 4.00pm everyday. Visitors can visit the garden and roam by themself at anytime during the opening hours, however a conducted guided tour through the garden with Sabah Park's interpretation guide are scheduled at 9.00am , 12.00 and 3.00pm.
Kinabalu Park had been designated as Malaysia's first World Heritage Site in the natural site category in December 2000. The declaration was made at the World Heritage Conference in Cairn Australia.

Kinabalu had fulfilled two criteria which justified for inscription.  Criteria (ix) and (x): The site has a diverse biota and high endemism. The latitudinal and climatic gradient from tropical forest to alpine conditions combine with precipitous topography, diverse geology and frequent climate oscillations to provide conditions ideal for the development of new species.

The Park contains high biodiversity with representatives from more than half the families of all flowering plants. The majority of Borneo's mammals, birds, amphibians and invertebrates (many threatened and vulnerable) occur in the Park.
 

Travel Style: Nature Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 3 Days 2 Night
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Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park ~ Manukan or Sapi Island

0900 hrs: Pick up from hotel and transfer to jetty. Board a 15-minute ferry ride to one of the five stunning islands that make up the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. The boomerang-shaped Manukan Island is the second largest island within the park, with excellent stretches of beaches and a good trail system around the island.

With crystal-clear waters and a colourful marine life, this island is an excellent venue for all kinds of water sports. The whole day is yours to enjoy at your leisure, whichever way you prefer - picnicking, snorkelling, or just relaxing on the beach. Also included in the package is a sumptuous barbeque lunch by the sea. 

Spend the day for your own leisure: Go swimming, snorkelling or just laze yourself or suntan at the white sandy beach. Short and simple trails are available for your own option if you wish. After lunch, continue your free leisure time before departure. 

1500 hrs: Board boat from island jetty to Kota Kinabalu mainland and transfer back to

Travel Style: Fun & Wet Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 6 hours
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Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park ~ Gaya Island Trek and Sapi Island

0900 hrs: Pick up from hotel and transfer to jetty. Board a 15-minute ferry ride to Gaya Island, the largest of five islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. Gaya Island is known to have some of the best lowland forests. Upon arrival, trek for about 1½ hrs through coastal vegetation, mangrove swamp and lowland dipterocarp forest. Our guide will explain to you about the flora and fauna of this tropical island.

After your trek through this primary forest, pick up by boat and transfer to nearby Sapi Island, the smallest among the five islands and well-known for snorkelling for its colourful marine life. Spend the day for your own leisure: Go swimming, snorkelling or just laze yourself or suntan at the white sandy beach. Short and simple trails are available for your own option if you wish. After lunch, continue your free leisure time before departure. Barbecue lunch is included.

1500 hrs: Board boat from island jetty to Kota Kinabalu mainland and transfer back to hotel.

Travel Style: Fun & Wet Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 6 hours
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Mari – Mari Cultural Village

The village is located about 25 minutes away from the city. The journey will take you to long roads surrounded by a rich spectrum of greenery and overarched by wild blue skies. In the village, the colors of cultural diversity are not an issue but rather our pride, where you can savor the soul of Sabah. Upon arrival at the entrance of the village, you will be ushered to the warmth of different homes of the ethnicities of Sabah. Each home was built by descendants of the tribes they represent and offer you a truly genuine experience seeing everything in and around the village lends to its magical prowess of taking you back in time. Not only does this village portray these tribes through the architectural genius of their traditional houses, but also through a range of simulated lives of the olden epoch by the residents of the village. Acquaint yourself with each tribe as they let you come into their house and their simple yet intricate lives. 

As you traverse the village, you will find demonstration huts along the main houses in which daily activities of old times come into life. For example, the making of blowpipe, starting a fire (from bamboo tree - you will learn the steps of making fire without the help of a lighter), tattoo-making (and its symbolisms) and etc. By the end of your journey into the past, you have been given a setting for you to see, hear, taste and feel the uniqueness of what Sabah truly is…an unforgettable encounter of our Sabahan homeland.

Travel Style: Heritage Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 4 hours
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3D2N Turtle Island / Sepilok / Sukau / Gomantong / Sandakan City Tour
Selingan, the largest of the islands, houses the park's headquarters, a turtle hatchery, tourist accommodation and basic facilities. The other two islands are more for conservation activities.
As turtle landings usually occur after dusk, an overnight stay would be the best plan to see the turtles as they come ashore to lay their eggs, but shining a light on them or using camera flashes should be avoided as either can be stressful on the creatures.
Turtles lay their eggs throughout the year, but the best time to head there is between July and October when the sea is calmer. Observe the collection of eggs, tagging of mother turtles and releasing of baby turtles into the sea.
Nestled along the riverbank of Kinabatangan River lies Borneo Nature Lodge - an eco-friendly resort, offering the comfort without compromising the green. A natural haven for the outdoor enthusiast, Borneo Nature Lodge is your ideal lodging as you explore the melting pot of wildlife found here in Sukau. The lower Kinabatangan is one of Sabah's most splendid natural treasures and the area is teeming with many rare and endangered animals from the fascinating proboscis monkey, Orang Utan, the estuarine crocodile, and a spectacular assembly of bird-life.

Travel Style: Wildlife Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 3 Days 2 Nights
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3D2N Sepilok / Sukau / Gomantong / Sandakan City Tour

Nestled along the riverbank of Kinabatangan River lies Borneo Nature Lodge - an eco-friendly resort, offering the comfort without compromising the green. A natural haven for the outdoor enthusiast, Borneo Nature Lodge is your ideal lodging as you explore the melting pot of wildlife found here in Sukau.

The lower Kinabatangan is one of Sabah's most splendid natural treasures and the area is teeming with many rare and endangered animals from the fascinating proboscis monkey, Orang Utan, the estuarine crocodile, and a spectacular assembly of birdlife and if you are lucky, you might even come across the Borneo Pygmy Elephant. A river cruise is the best way to spot these 'local residents' - an adventure you won't soon forget!

Travel Style: Wildlife Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 3 Days 2 Night
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2D1N Sepilok / Sukau / Gomantong / Sandakan City Tour

DAY 1 - Early morning, transfer to airport to board a plane for Sandakan (via MH2042 ETD0700hrs). Meet and greet at the airport and drive for about half an hour to Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre where orphaned and injured Orang-Utan brought to Sepilok to be rehabilitated to return and fend for themselves back to the wild. Sepilok is a primary lowland forest; a fine showcase of Borneo’s remaining rainforest. Witness the feeding of Orang-Utan from a platform in the forest and later watch the 25 minutes scheduled video documentary show. Drive for about 2.5hrs drive through rustic countryside studded with villages. Take a short boat transfer to Borneo Nature Lodge. Time for orientation, have lunch and check in. Relax by the river before embarking by boat up-river at 4:00 PM along Sabah's longest river, Kinabatangan with opportunity to view wildlife and birds in its virgin rainforest habitat. Search for some of the primates species including the endemic Proboscis Monkeys as they settle down on treetops. Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary is on the best places in Southeast Asia to observe wildlife. 

Overnight at Borneo Nature Lodge. 

Meals Included: Lunch/ Dinner

DAY 2 - Depart early morning and visit the Gomantong Cave, famed for its edible birds' nests. Take about 15 minutes’ boardwalk to the opening of Simud Hitam cavern and explore the cave system on boardwalk. Return to Sandakan, stop for lunch at local restaurant. At 2:00 PM after lunch proceed for a city tour and explore the various landmarks of Sandakan which may include Central Market, the most amazing variety of fresh seafood and agricultural products, Sim-Sim Water Village where houses are all built close to the water surface while observing the fascinating view of the sea, visit Puh Jih Syh Buddhist Temple which offers a panoramic view of Sandakan Bay situated on the hilltop of Tanah Merah. After tour, transfer to airport for your evening flight (MH3094 ETD1810hrs) back to Kota Kinabalu. Meal Included: Breakfast/ Lunch

 

Travel Style: Wildlife Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 2 Days 1 Night
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Lok Kawi Wildlife Park (Half Day Tour)

The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park is run by Sabah Wildlife Department under the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment. The park covers about 280 acres of land which includes the Botanical Site managed by Sabah Forestry Department and the Zoological Site. This family-oriented park features exotic and endangered species such as the Sumatran rhinoceros, the Proboscis monkeys, the Malayan tigers, the Orang Utan, the Borneo Pygmy elephants and colourful hornbill birds. On the Botanical side, visitors can walk the 1.4 km trail that leads to the Herbal and Ginger Garden to catch a glimpse of the ever famous pitcher plant (nepenthes sp) and an opportunity to examine some rare plant species up close. Some dipterocarp trees can also be found in this area.

Travel Style: City Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 4 hours
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4D3N Sepilok / Sukau / Ox-Bow / Gomantong / Sandakan City Tour

Kinabatangan River sustains one of the world's richest ecosystems. Other than being home to Borneo's indigenous orang utan and proboscis monkey, the surrounding forest is also one of only two known places in the world where 10 species of primates are found. All the eight species of hornbill found in Borneo make the area their home.

A trip up the river at dawn or dusk is the best opportunity to see the wildlife. You might even sight an Asian elephant wandering through the trees. Optional tours can be arranged for night safaris as well to spot crocodiles, birds and nocturnal animals.

Travel Style: Wildlife Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 4 Days 3 Night
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4D3N Turtle Island / Sepilok / Sukau / Gomantong / Sandakan City Tour

Selingan, the largest of the islands, houses the park's headquarters, a turtle hatchery, tourist accommodation and basic facilities. The other two islands are more for conservation activities.

As turtle landings usually occur after dusk, an overnight stay would be the best plan to see the turtles as they come ashore to lay their eggs, but shining a light on them or using camera flashes should be avoided as either can be stressful on the creatures.

Turtles lay their eggs throughout the year, but the best time to head there is between July and October when the sea is calmer. Observe the collection of eggs, tagging of mother turtles and releasing of baby turtles into the sea.

Kinabatangan River sustains one of the world's richest ecosystems. Other than being home to Borneo's indigenous orang utan and proboscis monkey, the surrounding forest is also one of only two known places in the world where 10 species of primates are found. All the eight species of hornbill found in Borneo make the area their home.

A trip up the river at dawn or dusk is the best opportunity to see the wildlife. You might even sight an Asian elephant wandering through the trees. Optional tours can be arranged for night safaris as well to spot crocodiles, birds and nocturnal animals.

Travel Style: Wildlife Trails
Destination: Sabah
Duration: 4 Days 3 Night
Challenge Level:
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Min. Pax 2

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