Pulau Tiga Resort is currently closed for renovation. A re-opening date has not been announced by the resort’s management.
Day 1 Kota Kinabalu – Pulau Tiga (L/D)
Depart from Kota Kinabalu approx 0745 hrs for the 2 hour overland journey to the fishing village of Kuala Penyu. The road heads South West, following the Sabah coastline, with good views of mangrove forests and sandy beaches. The sight of the old car ferry on the Penyu river signifies our arrival, and from here it is a 40 minute boat ride to the tropical island of Pulau Tiga. Famously known as the venue for the hit TV series “Survivor”, this island now offers a rather more comfortable and relaxing experience. Individual chalets provide comfortable bedrooms with private bathrooms. An adjacent restaurant supplies 3 generous meals a day, plus a limitless supply of tea, coffee and cordial drinks. After arrival on the island, it is time to check in and perhaps have a quick swim. The rest of the afternoon is free at leisure. Lunch and dinner are served in the restaurant. Overnight in the chalet.
Day 2 Pulau Tiga (B/L/D)
Free at leisure or you can take the jungle trail on your own that crosses the centre of the island to the mud “volcanoes”. At this site mud is seen to bubble up from the earth, and provides a popular spot for a full mud bath! A short run to a nearby beach provides a well needed wash. All meals are served in the restaurant. Overnight in the chalet.
Day 3 Pulau Tiga – Kota Kinabalu (B/L)
Breakfast and buffet lunch are served in the restaurant, before departing by boat for Kuala Penyu at approx 1400hrs. Expect to be back in Kota Kinabalu by 1700hrs.
**No guide is provided in this package. Masks, snorkels and full diving gear are available for rental from the dive centre. If a park warden is available (not always guaranteed), you may arrange a tour to the nearby Snake Island where the Yellow-Lipped Sea Krait are often seen.
Return shuttle services to jetty, return schedule boat transfers, twin share Standard Room with private bath attached and air-conditioned, Meals (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch & D=Dinner), fee flow hot and cold Beverages in the restaurant, Sabah Parks entrance fees.
English speaking guide, masks, snorkels and diving equipment, soft drinks, juices and alcoholic beverages.
2 adults per order
MYR 60.00 per person per night for upgrade to Superior Room (with hot shower & coffee/tea making facilities in the room). MYR 70 per person for each transfer to/from Nexus / Rasa Ria Resort. These can be added in the booking engine once you have selected dates.
Standard Rooms - units have either double or twin bedded, private bathroom (without hot water shower), air-conditioning, ceiling fan, bottled drinking water and balcony. Superior Room - units have either double or twin bedded, private bathroom with hot shower, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, coffee/tea making facilities, bottled drinking ater and balcony.
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