Guests can enjoy the best of both worlds of the pristine rainforest in their backyard and the crystal clear sea teeming with marine treasures at their doorstep. Guests staying at the hotel can indulge in some of the freshest seafood found in Sabah, catch the rays on sandy beaches and be entranced by the rainforest surrounding the resort, all just 20 minutes from the shores of Kota Kinabalu. Guests will find an ecological paradise nestled away in a beautiful bay on the far side of Gaya Island. The beach hotel itself includes a reception hall, a bar, a shop and a restaurant.
This beach and club resort hotel is nestled in the tropical wilderness of the largest of the five islands, Gaya Island. Here guests can be caressed by the gentle, lapping waters of the South China Sea, whilst their senses are rejuvenated by the sounds and mystery of the primordial jungle. The resort is located just off the Western shores of the third largest island in the world, Borneo. The Northern-most region is called Sabah, known affectionately as 'The Land Below The Wind' as the tip of Sabah lies just below the typhoon belt. The capital of Sabah is the vibrant, coastal city of Kota Kinabalu.
This hotel consists of 22 semi-detached over water chalets built on timber stilts constructed out of sustainable local woods with thatched roofs. All 44 rooms are tastefully furnished and relaxing with spacious private balconies. The en suite rooms are all equipped with modern conveniences such as TVs, hairdryers, mini fridges, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated air conditioning units. An elevated wooden boardwalk winds its way past the chalets, lined with flowering bougainvillea and tropical plants.
Guests can unwind in style at the Gaya Lounge in the hotel lobby with their favourite beverage and book or magazine accompanied by a stunning view of the tranquil waves. Books, magazines and newspapers are also readily available for guests reading pleasure. Water sports such as jet skiing, diving and canoeing are also available.
The Islander Restaurant built on stilts extending into the sea, highlights live, fresh seafood and authentic local cuisine for lunch and dinner. It offers diners a magnificent view of Malohom Bay and the marine life in the waters surrounding the resort.
All major credit cards, including American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
The resort is located just off Western shores of the 3rd largest island in the world; Borneo. The Northern most region is called Sabah, known affectionately as the "Land Below The Wind," as the tip of Sabah lies just below the typhoon belt. The resort is 20 min by boat from the shores of Kota Kinabalu.
Ferry transfers are available from the KK Ferry Terminal to the resort operating both ways. Before boarding, guests should register at the resort's counter, which is located at the ferry terminal building. The ferry departs according a schedule.