Sabah is a Malaysian state occupying the northern part of the island of Borneo. It's famed for its 4,095m-tall Mount Kinabalu, the country’s highest peak, crowned with distinctive granite spires. Sabah is also known for its beaches, rainforest, coral reefs and abundant wildlife, much of it within parks and reserves. Offshore, the Sipadan and Mabul islands are noted diving destinations.
Kota Belud Rungus Longhouse & Tip of Borneo Experience
Uncover the different faces of Sabah by visiting one of the most interesting ‘Tamu’ in Sabah, set in Kota Belud, home to the "Cowboys of the East". A weekly event, the Kota Belud ‘Tamu’ is a colourful melting pot of hawkers, vendors, farmers, fishermen and cattle breeders alike. You may even glimpse Bajau horsemen in their splendid finery and traditional sword trading.
Drive past oil-palm and coconut plantations on your way to Gombizou and Sumangkap villages, and see honey bee farming. Later, visit the longhouse at Bavanggazo village and see where one of Sabah's indigenous tribes, reside.
See farmers who gifted artisans and excel in woven basketry and intricate beadwork. Lunch and entrance ticket into the honey bee farm are included
Please note: This tour operates on Sundays only
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park: Island Paradise (Manukan or Mamutik Island)
Just 20 minutes away by boat from Kota Kinabalu city, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park beckons with its idyllic setting of sun, sand and sea. You can picnic, snorkel, and scuba dive or just relax. The day is yours to enjoy at leisure and it may be as lazy or as fun-filled as you wish it to be.
Please note: It is essential that you bring insect repellent, drinking water, hat, sun block, swimwear, towel and walking shoes or sandals