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Hilton Kota Kinabalu Welcomes Guests in the Heart of Sabah

Hilton tannounced the grand launching of Hilton Kota Kinabalu, a 305-room hotel located in the center of Sabah’s capital city on 18th March 2017. An urban melting pot of Southeast Asian culture, Kota Kinabalu has emerged as a growing resort destination for local and international travelers alike due to its unparalleled access to Borneo’s pristine beaches, rugged mountain ranges and ...

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Turtle rescue centre at Gaya Island Resort Marine Centre

Gaya Island Resort Marine Centre open its doors in July 2012 committed to marine conservation by employing three conservation pillars – Turtle Rescue, Coral Reef Restoration and Conservation Through Education. The marine center’s programs were conceptualized and are being implemented by Scott Mayback, the resort’s Resident Marine Biologist. Injured or sick sea turtles will be provided with a safe environment in which ...

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Eco-Friendly Christmas at Hyatt Regency Kinabalu

This festive season, let Hyatt Regency Kinabalu ignite the spirit of sharing and giving with joyful celebrations as we usher in the New Year.  Hyatt Regency Kinabalu unveiled its eco-friendly Christmas 2016 theme during the Christmas lighting ceremony last night. Guests arriving at the hotel will be fascinated by a collection of unique driftwood Christmas trees and decorations filling the ...

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Championing Ecological preservation with the launch of Gaya Island Resort Wildlife Centre

Situated on Pulau Gaya within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park in Borneo, Gaya Island Resort is a natural sanctuary nestled in the hillside of an ancient rainforest. The 121 villas respect Sabahan elements and blend harmoniously with the natural environment while interiors are designed with a contemporary elegance. Integrated within the mangroves is Spa Village Gaya Island, offering programs ...

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Tamu Sabah

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What is Tamu ? There are many fascinating cultural heritage aspects that attract visitors to a destination, from the way people build their houses to the way they dress or eat. As many distant parts of the world, the exotic island of Borneo and especially the Malaysian state of Sabah has its own distinct cultural traditions and customs, most of ...

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