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Safari Adventure

Safari Adventure
Meet at hotel lobby and transfer to Airport for flight to Sandakan. Meet upon arrival at Sandakan airport via MH 2042(0805hrs) / AK 6080(0750hrs) or at Hotel lobby in Sandakan at 08.45hrs. Transfer to Crystal Quest Jetty and take approximately l hrs 15 mm boat ride to Selingan turtle Island. Upon arrival at island, check- in at Selingan island chalet with basic facilities on attached bathroom. After lunch, free at own leisure. Snorkeling and swimming are good suggestion. Snorkeling equipments can be rented at own expense.

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Kiulu White Water Rafting (Grade I - II)

Located in site northwestern part of Sabah, Kiulu River is graded as Class III River. Before the rafting adventure begins, a safety briefing session will be conducted by the professional raft guide that will demonstrate rafting techniques, proper handling of rafting equipment, the do's and the dont's. Excursion covers up to 15km, making it the second longest White Water Rafting journey in Borneo. The journey will take about 1 1/2 - 2 hours of rafting before reaching the ending point where delicious barbecue lunch is served by the riverbank.

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Kiulu White Water Rafting (Grade I - II)

 

Padas White Water Rafting (Grade III - IV)

Padas White Water Rafting (Grade III - IV)
Padas River gushes through the spectacular Padas Gorge and is challenge to all who raft in this river. The ultimate challenge will speak for itself as one shoots through and experience the nerve tingling excitement. Before the rafting adventure begins, a safety briefing and a demonstration of rafting techniques will be conducted. The 30km white water rafting, making it the longest rafting journey in Borneo begins. After the first 9th kilometres of rafting which covers seven classes of III-IV rapids, a quick stop for lunch at Rayoh Station before continuing the second rafting journey down the majestic rainforest of Borneo. Ending point will be at Halogilat then board a train to Beaufort town.

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Kiulu White Water Kayaking (Grade I - II)

Kiulu River is a challenge to all and gives glimpses of the thrills and excitement to come. The ultimate challenge will speak for itself as one shoots through the rapids and experiences the nerve tingling excitement which crescendos rapid after rapid. At the ending point enjoy a sumptuous barbecue lunch by the banks of the river.

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Kiulu White Water Kayaking (Grade I - II)

 

Padas White Water Kayaking (Grade III - IV)

Padas White Water Kayaking (Grade III - IV)
Padas River is situated in the interior of south western part of Kota Kinabalu that is only accessible by train (used since the late 19th century in Borneo). Basically, this trip will give you two experiences advantages (1. Excursion of Class lll-lV river, 2. A uniquely ride in an antique train).The adrenaline rush excursion covers a distance of 9km of this rather muddy 200 km river that holds 7 exciting and tough rapids!

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Summit Of Kinabalu

Meet at hotel lobby and transfer to Kinabalu Park HQ, the journey will take approximately 2 hours. Enroute passing by villages and a panoramic vista of the valleys of the Crocker Range. On arrival, register at the Park HQ and proceed to the Timpohon Gate and it's from here the ascent to Mountain Resthouse begins. The trek will pass by different vegetation zones from Oak and Chestnut to mossy and eventually to alpine type of vegetations. Overnight at Mountain Resthouse.

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Summit Of Kinabalu

 

Summit Of Kinabalu via Ferrata

Summit Of Kinabalu via Ferrata
Meet at hotel lobby and arrive at Kinabau Park HQ.Register at Mountain Torq's and Kinabau Park's offices. Meet your appointed Sabah Parks' mountain guide. Start hiking up Mt Kinablu from Timpohon Gate @ 1,866m. Arrive at Pendant Hut @ 3,289m and settle in. Attend the mandatory via ferrata familiarization in Pendant. Hut and meet your Mountain Torq trainer.

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Mt Kinabalu Climb

Meet at hotel lobby and proceed to Kinabalu Park. En route passing by villages and on a clear day a panoramic vista of the Crocker Range and its surrounding valleys. Stop by at Nabalu local market and handicrafts. An opportunity to sample local tropical fruits and on a clear day a magnificent view of the highest mountain in between the Himalayas and Papua New Guinea. At the park, visit the exhibition centre and later visit the mountain garden. Depart the park for lunch at a local restaurant.

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Mt Kinabalu Climb

 

Mt Kinabalu - A Day Climb to Layang Layang

Mt Kinabalu - A Day Climb to Layang Layang
Mount Kinabalu is a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo. It is located in the World Heritage Site - Kinabalu Park, in the Malaysian state of Sabah. The mountain and its surroundings are among the most important biological sites in the world, with over 4500 species of plant, 326 species of birds and 100 mammalian species identified. Among these rich collection of flora and fauna are the famous species such as the gigantic Rafflesia plants and the Orang Utan. This special one day (1) package enable trekkers/climbers to experience hiking up the mountain to Layang-Layang point (2,740 m)and then hike back down the mountain.

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To the Summit of Mt. Kinabalu & Back in a Day

Mt. Kinabalu located in Kinabalu Park is Malaysia first World Heritage Site with a height of 4095.2 meters is the highest mountain between the Himalayas and Papua New Guinea. The mountain attracts climbers from all over the world and bookings have to be done very much earlier to avoid disappointment. A typical climb to the summit will take 2 days 1 night with overnights at mountain huts.

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To the Summit of Mt. Kinabalu & Back in a Day

 

Tuaran Day Ride (Mountain Bike)

Tuaran Day Ride (Mountain Bike)
Tuaran is a town as well as a district located in West Coast Division in the northwest of Sabah, East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. Tuaran district has an area of 1,166 square kilometres and an estimated population of 94,100 in 2006. About half the population consists of ethnic Dusun, a third ethnic Bajau, and some Chinese. It has a distinctive nine-story Chinese Pagoda as a prominent landmark.

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Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing

Have you ever wanted to rock climb outdoors but never had the opportunity? How about you have your first experience climbing on a cliff in the Borneo jungle? You will be taken to the outskirts of Kota Kinabalu, to the small village of Kironngu where there is a small cliff beside a waterfall in the jungle. It's a 5 - 10 minute trek into the jungle. The cliff is expertly bolted for safe climbing and is the perfect place to try out climbing on real rock.

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Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing

 

Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing (Indoor & Outdoor)

Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing (Indoor & Outdoor)
This is a great opportunity for anyone who would like to give rock climbing a try. Learn the basics at a purpose built indoor climbing centre close to the city of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Qualified and friendly staff will get you used to the equipment and help you to learn how to use a variety of techniques to get to the top of the wall. The climbs are graded from very easy to very hard.

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Underworld Wonders

The island promises the most diverse marine life with visibility up to 40 metres. Many species of rays flufter around like blue spofted ray and marbled sting ray amongst large schools of fish. Besides that muck diving is excellent with the quiet existence of imperial shrimps, jaw fish ribbon eels, seahorses, pink-eyed gobbles and the jaw-dropping blue ringed octopus, amidst nudibranch of all sorts.

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Underworld Wonders

 

Mantanani Island

Mantanani Island
Mantanani consists of 3 islands namely Pulau Mantanani Besar, Pulau Mantanani Kecil and Pulau Lungisan. We travel I hour going to the small (kecil) island shaped like a knife with a beach stretching up to 2,500 meters. Arrive at Man Man Dive Lodge, Mantanani Kecil Island. Meet with Dive Master. Check in at Man Man Dive Lodge. Proceed to Dive Center and gear up.

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Discover Scuba ( TARP )

The PADI Discover Scuba Diving program allows you the opportunity to try diving and discover its excitement, adventure and open up a whole new underwater world. In this program, you have the opportunity to use scuba equipment and get accustomed to the surroundings and explore the underwater world in the ocean. The skills and techniques you have learned will count toward the PADI Scuba Diver and Open Water Diver certifications.

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Discover Scuba ( TARP )

 

Leisure Dive ( TARP )

Leisure Dive ( TARP )
The Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a protected Marine Park located lee than 10 minutes by Speedboat from the busy city of Kota Kinabalu. Located within this park are some great dive sites and it suprises many that there are these dive sites to be enjoyed so close to the city.

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Island Escapade

The five islands of the Tunku Abdul Ruhman Park are characterized by shallow waters, coral gardens and all boast splendid white sandy beaches. All these islands can be visited all year round. Humidity remains quite high throughout the year. Temperatures are normally in the range of 23.8 - 29.4 degree Celsius. Visitors to the island can either sit back and relax or participate in a hoot of sea sport activities such as snorkelling, undersea - walking, Para-sailing, banana boat ride, flying fish, jet ski and scuba diving.

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Island Escapade

 

Island In The Sun

Island In The Sun
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, named after Malaysia's first Prime Minister, is located off the City of Kota Kinabalu. The park consists of five islands with white sandy beaches awash by the South China.

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Mantanani Island Escpade

The island promises the most diverse marine life with visibility up to 40 metres. Many species of rays flufter around like blue spofted ray and marbled sting ray amongst large schools of fish. Besides that muck diving is excellent with the quiet existence of imperial shrimps, jaw fish ribbon eels, seahorses, pink-eyed gobbles and the jaw-dropping blue ringed octopus, amidst nudibranch of all sorts.

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Mantanani Island Escpade

 

Bungaraya Escapade

Bunga Raya Escapade
As sensual and exotic as the hibiscus flower that bears its name, Bungaraya Island Resort is a romantic and luxurious jewel set on a coral reef island off the coast of Borneo. A secluded island hideaway of 48 timbered villas, the resort is framed by white sand beach on one side and the centuries old virgin jungle on the other. Hillside private villas reflect the simplicity of the Borneo architectural style.

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Bungaraya Solace Spa Day Trip

A brief trip over a suspended bridge takes you to Solace Spa, our own trademark beauty and body centre. The spa adopts the familiar Bornean style of architecture and decor that is found throughout the resort, and literally takes it to the next level. Treatment rooms and private spa pavilions are built directly into the landscape, creating an inviting terraced effect that entwines the spa into the island's jungle and massive boulders. The structure quietly mirrors the spa's own objectives: to elevate the humble act of a therapeutic treatment into an art form that gently carries you into a state of total bliss.

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Bunga Raya Solace Spa Day Trip

 

Mantanani Island Snorkeling

Mantanani Island Snorkeling
The demure island of Mantanani lies off the beaten tracks of other mainstream tourism destinations. The journey to the island begins with a two hour's drive to Kampung Kualu Abai jetty in Kota Belud, followed by another hour on a speedboat. As you plunge into the Mantanani underwater world, you will be mesmerized by the beauty of the Underwater World. The island offers good snorkelling and diving activities. On a clear day, be spellbound by the magnificent view of the majestic Mount Kinabalu from Mantanani Island.

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Borneo Golf & Country Club

About 69km from Kota Kinabalu City or an hour's drive along the Beaufort Highway at Bongawan you will find The Pride of Borneo, an 18 hole, par golf course, sitting on the edge of the South China Sea. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this is a superbly-crafted buggy course that plays 6546 meters off the championship tees. Spread over 200 acres on a 900-acre site, the natural features of the lagoon and surrounding terrain is played up to dramatise the water hazards as well as the wastelands and bunkers, giving a strong character to the 'Golden Bear' course.

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Borneo Golf & Country Club

 

Dalit Golf Club & SPA

Dalit Golf Club & SPA
Another haunt for golf enthusiasts is the Dalit Bay Golf and Country Club, Tuaran. This golf course, which is a creation of Ted Parslow of E&G Parsiow (M) S/B is located 35 kilometres (40 minutes drive away) from Kota Kinabalu. This 18-hole, par-72 golf course occupies a 6369 meter stretch of land. This prestigious golf club includes clubhouse facilities such as a restaurant, a driving range, putting green, chipping and bunker practice area, changing rooms and a pro shop.

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Karambunai Resorts Golf Club

About 30KM or a half hours drive from Kota Kinabalu City is the Nexus Resort Karambunai and Nexus Golf resort Karambunai at Menggatal. This is beautifully-crafted 18 holes 6173m golf course designed by renowned American golf architect Ronal Fream. Stretching from the edge of low hills and reaching towards the sandy beaches, this par 72 championship course requires both strength and strategy from the golfer with its numerous dogleg hole, meandering waterways, bunkers and not to mention the ocean winds.

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Karambunai Resorts Golf Club

 

Sabah Golf & Country Club

Sabah Golf & Country Club
Situated along Jalan Kolam 10 minutes drive from the KK City Centre is the SGCC, Sabah's oldest 18-hole golf course which opened for pay in 1976. This challenging par 72, 6335m championship course was designed by Robert Muir Graves and acknowledged as one of South East Asia's toughest courses. The longest and probably the most difficult hole is Hole 14 par 5, 625 yards but according to the locals, brain presides over brawn here. Play is by member arrangement.

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Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club

Designed by leading golf course designer Graham Marsh, Sutera Harbour Golf Club has garnered various awards on distinction. The course is finished with Bermuda grass and strategically bunkers. Playing any combination of 18 holes, golfers will enjoy a par-72 six thousand metre course. The 27-hole championship golf course is beautifully landscaped with undulating terrain and numerous waterways, providing a challenge for both amateurs and top professionals alike.

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Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club