Excursions in Kota Kinabalu and Sabah
A ride that traverses through the Crocker Range with panoramic views of the surrounding hills. The journey will bring you at least 2 hours drive with an air-conditioned vehicle to reach Kinabalu Park. En route, you will be passing through the local villages, handicraft shop and fruits orchard just next by the main road. Upon arrival at the park join a guided nature walk along one of the various trails of the park to learn and discover the Flora. You'll also have some opportunity to visit the Park's exhibit Centre to see the gallery. Include: * Entrance Fee at Kinabalu Park. * Lunch (beverage at own account). Please note that camera fee is not included. All SIC and PRIVATE tours exclude drinks during meals, unless specifically indicated
This tour combines Kinabalu Park with a visit to the Hot Sulphur baths. Drive towards to township of Ranau passing by Kinabalu Park and Crocker Range before reaching Poring Hot Spring. Take the canopy walk located 150m above ground for a better appreciation of the tropical or opt for an invigorating mineral bath indoor / outdoor tubs. Soak yourself in the therapeutic bathtub after your trip to the Canopy walk. Lunch included and beverage at own account. Los tours privados no inlcuyen los tickets de entrada.
An exhilarating experience designed for newcomers to this exciting sport. Travel north of Kota Kinabalu that takes you to Kiulu River, passing by quaint villages, scenic countryside and the rural town of Tamparuli. With headwaters from Mt. Kinabalu, the river provides a Grade II to III experience, perfect for newcomers to the sport. Deep pools punctuate the river rapids which gives you ample opportunities to indulge in body rafting or swimming. The river journey takes approximately 1 to 1 ½ hours, depending on the river stage and is topped by a refreshing lunch before returning to the city. Note: SIC & PVT tour rates INCLUDE lunch. All SIC and PRIVATE tours exclude drinks during meals, unless specifically indicated
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. Upon arrival at the entrance of the village, you will be greeted warmly and ushered to the homes of the different ethnicities of Sabah. Each home was built by descendants of the tribes they represent and offer you a truly genuine experience, 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 allow you into their house and their simple yet intricate lives.
Embark on a 3-hour drive up North of Sabah, driving past vast oil palm and coconut plantations. Stopover at the Gombizou and Sumangkap villages and observe gong-making and honey bee farming. Next, visit the longhouse at Bavanggazo village where the Rungus people reside. One of Sabah's many indigenous tribes, the Rungus, is mostly farmers and gifted artisans who excel in woven basketry and intricate beadwork.
The North Borneo Railway is the oldest running steam train in Borneo. The nostalgic romance of an old steam train brings back the memories of a bygone era. Passing through villages and coastal towns, paddy fields, rainforests and plantations of rubber and coffee, a ride on the North Borneo Railway is truly a journey of rediscovery into the heart of Borneo.
Transfer from hotel to Beaufort, a 2-hour overland journey to the Southern part of Sabah. Arrive at Garama River Lodge, a few kilometers away from the busy highway and enjoy the serene beauty of the mangrove swamps forest. This tour weaves through Sabahs countryside, scenic secluded beaches, villages, paddy fields, plantations and mangrove forest.
Your tour begins at dusk with a bargain hunt at the colourful night market, where trinkets and souvenirs galore await. Then watch the city nightlife unfold before you, in all its glittering splendour, from a vantage view point at Signal Hill's observation deck. Next, enjoy a sumptuous Malaysian dinner enhanced by a lively cultural performance of Sabah dances. On a final note, spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure painting the town red at any of the city's popular night spots.
Start your tour with a scenic drive through Kota Kinabalu City. The city, formerly known as "Singgahmata" or "the Place where the Eye Lingers", has risen from the destruction of the last world war to become a vibrant and modern city that still retains its traditional charms.