Maliau Basin Falls

5D/4N Maliau Basin “The Lost World” Adventure – Full-Loop Clockwise (EB-MB01)

Itinerary for 5D4N Maliau Basin Full-Loop Clockwise Day 1: KOTA KINABALU / MALIAU BASIN SECURITY GATE / SKY BRIDGE / NIGHT DRIVE Depart overland from Kota Kinabalu to Maliau Basin via Keningau (approx. 155 km: 5 hours). Arrival at Maliau Basin Security Gate / Shell Maliau Basin Reception and Information Building (SMRIB). Short Tour and Briefing At SMRIB (gallery). Proceed overland To Maliau Basin Study Centre (MBSC) (approx. 27 km: 1 hour). Arrival At MBSC. Register and check In. Proceed to Sky Bridge & visit Around Study Centre. Dinner. Video show (30 Minutes). Night Drive or Night Walk in search of nocturnal animals (Optional and/or Dependent on Weather). Rest and overnight at MBSC. (Lunch & Dinner) Day 2: AGATHIS CAMP / NEPENTHES CAMP / WATERFALLS Breakfast. Depart by road to Agathis Camp. Agathis Camp is the first and closest access to the pristine tropical rainforest within the Maliau Basin Conservation Area (MBCA), and lies at about 500 m above sea level and surrounded by hill mixed dipterocarp forest, with an abundance of majestic Agathis trees. Trek to Nepenthes Camp, formerly known as Camel Trophy Camp (approx. 7.5 km: 5-6hrs). First 3 KM: Undulating forests and climbing steel ladders to reach
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2D1N Mount Kinabalu Climb (EB-KK13)

Itinerary Day 1 Meet at hotel lobby and transfer to Kinabalu Park Headquarters (HQ), the journey will take approximately 2 hours, en-route passing by villages and a panoramic vista of the valleys of the Crocker Range. On arrival, register at the Kinabalu Park HQ and proceed to the Timpohon Gate and it's from here the ascent to Laban Rata 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 Laban Rata Resthouse OR similar. (Packed Lunch & Dinner) Day 2 Early morning ascent to the summit of Mount Kinabalu (4092.5m) above sea level. Upon reaching the summit ( Low's Peak ) an opportunity to take photographs on the highest point in South East Asia. In a clear weather, a spectacular sunrise awaits weary climbers. Retrace route back to Laban Rata resthouse for breakfast and onward descent to Timpohon gate where transport will take you to the Kinabalu Park HQ to collect your achievement certificate. After lunch, transfer to hotel at Kota Kinabalu City. End of Tour. (Breakfast and Lunch)
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Danum Valley

3D2N Danum Valley Borneo Rainforest Lodge (EB-LD02)

Itinerary Day 1 Meet on arrival at Lahad Datu Airport (recommended BKI-LDU flight: MH3010 / 0700), and proceed to the office for registration and briefing. Depart two and half hour drive on gravel road to the Borneo Rainforest Lodge in the heart of Danum Valley, aptly named the "Lost World". Check in on arrival with an introduction on the various facilities available at Borneo Rainforest Lodge. Lunch at the lodge. Slide presentation at the conference room after lunch. In the afternoon, proceed for an introduction to the forest through the "Nature Trail" and onwards to the "Canopy Walkway" (300m in length and 26m in height at the highest point) for a close-up observation of the rainforest. Return to the lodge for dinner and later proceed for the "Night Drive" in an open-top vehicle to search for nocturnal animals. Overnight at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge. ( Lunch & Dinner Provided ) Day 2 Early morning, proceed for a guided jungle walk to experience the early morning ambience with the sounds of birds and jungle sounds. Trek to the Kadazandusun burial site called "Coffin Cliff", and next proceed to "View Point" for a bird's eye view of Borneo Rainforest Lodge and the
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Danum Valley

4D3N Danum Valley Borneo Rainforest Lodge (EB-LD01)

Itinerary Day 1 Meet and greet at Lahad Datu Airport, a small town in the East Coast of Sabah (recommended BKI-LDU flight: MH3010 / 0700). Proceed to the office for registration and briefing. Depart two and half hour drive on gravel road to the Borneo Rainforest Lodge in the heart of Danum Valley, aptly named the "Lost World", as it is the largest protected area of lowland dipterocarp rainforest in Sabah covering some 43,800 Ha. After lunch, slide presentation at the conference room. Introduction to the forest through "Nature Trails" and tree top "Canopy Walkway" (300m in length and 26m in  height at the highest point) for a close-up observation of the rainforest. After dinner, proceed for the "Night Drive" on an open-top vehicle to search for nocturnal animals. Overnight at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge. (Lunch & Dinner) Day 2 After breakfast, proceed for a guided trek to the Kadazandusun burial site called "Coffin Cliff". Then proceed to "View Point" for a bird's eye view of Borneo Rainforest Lodge. On the return journey, descend to the "Jacuzzi Pool", an opportunity to take a dip into the pool. Lunch at the Lodge. In the afternoon, you may opt to go jungle
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North Borneo Railway (EB-KK17)

Itinerary 0930hrs - Meet at hotel lobby and proceed to the Kota Kinabalu main train station. On arrival, briefing by the guide and board the historical colonial era "Steam Engine Train". As the train approaches the final destination, the steward will give a briefing to all passengers on the disembarkation process and the things the passengers can do in the town of Papar. This stopover will be a 30 minute stopover and passengers can visit the local market or just wander through the town. 1000hrs - Train will depart amidst the hissing of steam for the 66km journey to the town of Papar, journey will pass by small towns, paddy fields, mangrove jungle and beaches. Enroute the train will make a stop over at a Chinese Buddhist temple. Passengers can disembark for photo shoot. 1215hrs - Depart Papar town for the return journey to the city of Kota Kinabalu. On this return journey passengers will be served the "Tiffin - Styled Lunch " ( a blend of colonial and continental cuisine ). 1345hrs - On arrival at the Kota Kinabalu train station, passengers disembark and meet on arrival for transfer to hotel. End of tour.
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Klias River Cruise (EB-KK19)

Klias River Cruise: An exciting tour to search for the Proboscis Monkeys & see the Spectacular Nature's X'mas Lights... Itinerary for Klias River Cruise *1400 hrs - Meet at hotel lobby and depart for the Klias Wetlands at Kota Klias, located approximately 112 km from Kota Kinabalu. The journey will pass through small towns, paddy fields and villages. 1600 hrs - On arrival at Kota Klias Jetty, local tea/coffee and cakes will be served. 1630 hrs - Board boat for a river cruise to search for the odd nosed monkeys of Borneo - the Proboscis Monkeys in addition to other primates. Klias Wetlands has a large population of the bizarre-looking proboscis monkeys Other riverside wildlife that may be spotted are macaques, crocodiles, monitor lizards, tree snakes and birds such as the eagle. When darkness sets in, on the return journey to the jetty, witness nature's display of Christmas lights - the fireflies. Enjoy a spectacular natural light show when hundreds of fireflies put on a glowing performance in the Mangrove Forest Reserve. 1900 hrs - Finally, arrive at the jetty for a hearty dinner overlooking the Klias River. 2030 hrs - After dinner, depart for Kota Kinabalu and transfer back
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Rafflesia Flower & Tambunan Tour (EB-KK06)

Itinerary Rafflesia & Tambunan Tour Put on your trekking shoes as we head on to the Tambunan Rafflesia Rainforest Reserve for a rare glimpse of the world's largest flower, the Rafflesia. The forest trail will bring you through a protected tropical rainforest considered to be one of the finest and oldest in the world. Later, we will head towards Tambunan, a quaint little town seated in a valley of the Crocker Range. Breathtaking sights of terraced paddy fields on the foothills, buffaloes grazing, carefree children waving… This will certainly make the nature-loving traveller crave for more! This tour will take approximately 5 hours and departs in the morning from appointed resort lobbies Things You Should Bring: Extra clothing, insect repellant, camera, cash, etc.
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Monsopiad Cultural Village (EB-KK04)

Itinerary Meet at hotel lobby and proceed to Monsopiad Cultural Village located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Kota Kinabalu. On arrival, register at the reception counter, meet the local guide for the village and proceed to the restaurant for a welcome drink. After the welcome drink, follow the guide to visit the various traditional farmhouses. In the farmhouse are displays of various tools, baskets, musical instruments and other everyday tools, food that the local natives use. Within the Monsopiad Village is the "Gintutun do Mohoing", a stone monolith erected long ago, a silent witness to many legends of Monsopiad. Within it, is believed to dwell spirits from the past. Today, many people visit the stone for luck. The guide will explain the various houses, the materials used, the methods use to de husk the staple food "rice". Finally visit the "House of Skulls" where the 42 skulls of Monsopiad enemies are kept. Proceed to the multi purpose hall to witness the "Cultural Dances Performances ". After the Cultural Dances Performance depart for Hotel in Kota Kinabalu. End of tour. Guided Tour Schedule : 10.00am,12.00pm, 3.00pm & 5.00pm Cultural Dances Performance: 11.00am, 2.00pm & 4.00pm Note: Departure time varies from different hotels. Please
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rungus longhouse

Kudat Tip of Borneo and Rungus Longhouse Tour (EB-KK10)

Brief Description Kudat, a three-hour drive north of Kota Kinabalu, is famous for its rich cultural heritage and blending of ethnic groups, especially the Rungus, the largest and the main ethnic group living in Kudat. The Rungus, a sub-tribe of the Kadazandusun, are the main ethnic group living in the Kudat region. They are renowned in Sabah as highly skilled artisans, who traditionally make colourful beaded necklaces from local plant seeds and clay, with motifs of ancient designs, usually signifying old fables and legends. They are also highly skilled at basketry and cloth weaving. The Bavaggazo longhouses also known as "Binatang", are unique attractions for visitors as they were planned and developed as a cultural centrepiece by the Rungus community at Kampong Bavaggazzo as a means to display and conserve their cultural heritage while engaging in an economically sustainable venture. Guests can experiencing life in a longhouse while taking part in community activities such as weaving and bead stringing. Longhouse meals are mainly home grown, featuring fish and seafood as well as wild ferns and fruits. The evening brings a festive 'party' atmosphere to the longhouse, with the rhythmic playing of gongs and villagers resplendent in their traditional black costume,
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Kinabalu Park & Poring Hotspring 2D/1N (EB-KK12)

Itinerary Day 1 0745 Meet at hotel lobby and proceed to Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia's Natural Heritage site. Journey will take approx. 2 hours passing by villages, paddy fields along mountainous roads that wind along the Crocker range. A brief stop over at Nabalu, a collection of native stalls selling fruits, vegetables, local produce and handicrafts. An opportunity to observe the local stall activities. 1000 Arrive at Kinabalu National Park, enjoy the cool and refreshing mountain air, if day is clear a majestic view of Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in South East Asia. Proceed for a guided walk along the nature trails with the park naturalist. While walking, listen to the sounds of the jungle and observe nature's plants, trees, orchids and butterflies. Kinabalu National Park boasts an estimated 4,500 species of plants which includes 1,500 species of orchids, 77 of which are endemic to Kinabalu. The park also supports 289 species of birds and 290 different types of butterflies. 1200 Depart for lunch at a nearby restaurant. 1215 Lunch. 1330 After lunch, depart for another interesting natural wonder, the Poring Hot Spring located approx. 47 km from Kinabalu Park. Poring Hot Spring, named after the tall bamboo plant
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