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Hotel Code:HTTB-TWR



PACKAGE RATE PER PERSON (valid till 31st March 2012)



* Above Package included :

Accommodation at Tabin Wildlife Resort based on twin sharing basis

Full Board Meals (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner) as per Itinerary

Scheduled SIC Return Transfer

Entry Permit & Taxes to Conservation Area

Tour as per Itinerary


* Note :

Package Rate Per Person, valid till 31st March 2012.

Minimum 2 Adults Travelling.

All rates are nett quoted in RM and INCLUDED 5% government tax & 10% service charge.


* Child Policy :

No charge for child 5 years old and below, sharing room with parent.

Children age 5-12 enjoy a 50% discount on extra pax rate provided child stay in twin-share room with 2 paying adults using existing bed.

Full adult rate applies for child if extra bed is utilized.


* Scheduled SIC Return Transfer (Included in Package) :-

Depart Lahad Datu to Tabin: 08:30hrs & 12:00hrs

Depart Tabin to Lahad Datu: 14:30hrs


* Unscheduled Transfer/Private Transfer Charges :

Surcharge for unscheduled transfer at RM 60.00 per person per way, min 2 persons.

Deduct RM30 from package rate if own transfer is used, multiply 2 for both ways.


about Tabin Wildlife Resort



Tabin Wildlife Resort, the exclusive rainforest resort located within Tabin Wildlife Reserve, is the largest wildlife reserve in Malaysia with a total land area of 123,000 heactare. If you are a traveller drawn to the beauty of exotic Borneo Island, then Tabin Wildlife Reserve, winner of the “Most promising tourist attraction” award, is one of the places you should not miss.


Tabin Wildlife Resort complements visitors stay at the wildlife reserve by providing facilities including charming timber lodges built and blended within the natural surroundings, and a comprehensive range of nature-based activities.



By Air

MasWings ( operates daily flights connecting Kota Kinabalu to Lahad Datu. Flight duration is about 1 hour. From Lahad Datu, a 1:15 hour drive, part of it on gravel road, will take you to Tabin.


By Road

Kota Kinabalu to Lahad Datu (7 hours)


Sandakan to Lahad Datu (4 hours). This is an increasingly more popular way to visit Tabin whereby visitors take a flight to Sandakan where they visit the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, and perhaps the Selingan Turtle Island, then onward to Sukau in Kinabatangan for at least one night’s stay and then by road from Sukau to Tabin Widlife Resort. This journey enables one to see some of the top eco-nature destinations in Borneo.


Tawau to Lahad Datu (4 hours). Divers find Tabin a good destination to visit after their diving trip to Sipadan and Mabul islands, allowing them to break the non-flying-after diving rule and visiting Tabin for one or two nights’ stay. Journey from Semporna from Tabin is 3:15 hours.



Check-in time - 12:00hrs

Check-out time - 10:00hrs

Late check-out till 13:00hrs is on request basis and subject to availbility. Otherwise a day-use rate of 50% of day-visit rate will be imposed to a maximum stay untill 18:00hrs.



Total 20 units of jungle lodges (10 units River Lodges, 10 units Hill Lodges)


River Lodges


10 units of authentic Borneo timber bungalows with standard floor area (17.5 ft X 17.5 ft),

Each housing a twin-bedded or double-bedded room with en-suite bathroom, hot water shower, private balcony overlooking Lipad river and ceiling fan

Can accommodate up to 3 pax per lodge

Linked by an inter-connecting timber board walk to the Sunbird Café.

Hill Lodges


10 units of authentic Borneo timber bungalows with floor area ( 17.5 ft X 17.5 ft, 22 ft X 22 ft),

Each housing a twin-bedded or double-bedded room with en-suite bathroom & hot water shower, private balcony overlooking hillside forest or Lipad river, and ceiling fan,

Can accommodate up to 3 pax per lodge,

Linked by an inter-connecting timber board walk to the Sunbird Café.


Leisure Centre


A souvenir & craft counter selling leech socks, insect repellent, basic necessities, and souvenir and craft items

Reading corner and reference books

Rainforest herbal foot soak

Games and activities



Water: Drinking water provided in-room, Mineral water available for purchase


Electricity: Power supply from generator


Medical/Emergency Support: Nearest hospital is at Kg Silabukan, 1/2 hour drive away, District hospital in Lahad Datu, Private Doctors in Lahad Datu




Sunbird Cafe


Accommodate up to 80 guests

Local and western cuisine

Does not serve pork

Set meals and a la carte

Free flow of tea and coffee

A range of wine, beer, drinks & snacks available for sale

Open daily throughout the year, 7 am to 10 pm

About Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Created in the year 1984, Tabin has been declared a Wildlife Reserve primarily on account of the large number of animals inhabiting its forests, some of which are highly endangered. The three largest mammals of Sabah, namely Borneo Pygmy Elephant, Sumatran Rhinoceros and Tembadau are all found within the reserve; nine species of primate are present, as well as three species of cats all of which are on the protected wildlife list. Of bird species, 42 families representing 220 species have been recorded. One of the highlights of Tabin being the active and mineral-rich mud volcanoes, attracting frequent visits by wildlife for their mineral intake and present an ideal platform for wildlife observation and bird-watching.


The Wildlife Department of Sabah is the custodian of the animals in the reserve while the Forestry Department of Sabah is responsible for the tress in Tabin. The reserve is covered mainly with lowland dipterocarp forest.


Since the availability of accommodation provided by Tabin Wildlife Resort in 2004, Tabin Wildlife Reserve has gained popularity to be one of the best places in Sabah to observe the rich bio-diversity of nature and to part-take in nature-base activities. Amongst the popular things-to-do in Tabin are jungle-trekking, night safari, night walk, wildlife-spotting, bird-watching and rainforest education.


Tabin Wildlife Reserve is located in the eastern part of Sabah, Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. The reserve comprises a rectangular area of approximately 122,539 hectare in the centre of the Dent Peninsula, north-east of Lahad Datu town, south of the lower reaches of the Segama River and north of the Silabukan Forest Reserve.

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Taken on March 17, 2012