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Best Kundasang 3D2N Tour

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Take a break from the day to day tours and join us on a journey of discovery as we explore Kundasang. On your journey, we will travel from Kota Kinabalu and head towards Kota Belud and over the Crocker mountain range and in the land they cal Borneo’s New Zealand – Kundasang. This is a 3 day 2 night tour that offers you a selection of some of the best attractions in and around Kundasang.

To Book – Simply select the number of adults and children in your group and then your start date. Hit the but marked Availability Check and we will do the rest for you. Once you are happy with our quotation you can simply pay to confirm your booking. Currently, the minimum booking is 4 adults, but don’t let that hold you back as we may have an existing tour you can join. The pricing below is for Malaysian persons – Contact us for Non-Malaysian rates.

Stay and explore Kundasang with Borneo Dream. With return transfers from either Kota Kinabalu Airport or a city centre hotel let us explore together. This is a great location to explore as a family. Due to the altitude of Kundsang being 1,900 metres it feels nice and cool just like free air conditioning. The area is said to be famously known as the New Zealand of Borneo due to its lush rolling landscape. The Kundasang Adventure will visit the following amazing attractions:

  • Drive past State Mosque, Tun Mustapa Tower, Poh Toh Tse Temple and Atkinson Clock Tower
  • Philippines Market (Brief visit on the return journey)
  • Upside Down House & 3D Wonders Museum
  • Kinabalu National Park
  • Kundasang War Memorial Garden
  • Kundasang Fruit & Vegetable Stalls
  • Desa Cattle Farm
  • Poring Hot Spring
  • Return Transfer from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) or city centre hotel to Kundasang
  • 2 Night’s accommodation (twin sharing) at Kinabalu Pine Resort, Kundasang
  • Upside Down House & 3D Wonders Museum
  • Kinabalu National Park
  • Kundasang War Memorial Garden
  • Kundasang Fruit & Vegetable Stalls
  • Desa Cattle Farm / Poring Hot Spring
  • Brief City Tour (Upon arrival & prior departure, if time permits)
  • Meals as per itinerary below
  • Entrance fees where applicable
  • Memorable Gift
  • Return airfare to and from KKIA
  • Travel insurance
  • Any items not specifically mentioned above.

Discover Borneo’s New Zealand | Kundasang

Itinerary | Explore and Discover Kundasang

Day 1

Meet & greet at the airport or your city centre hotel. Drive past State Mosque, City Centre, Tun Mustapa Tower and Poh Toh Tse Temple. Proceed to Upside Down House & 3D Wonders Museum then on to Kundasang for a 2-3 hour journey by road via the picturesque Crocker Range and highland Villages. Stopover at War Memorial Garden and the Fruit & Vegetable Stalls. Check in to Kinabalu Pine Resort and have lunch. After lunch proceeds to Desa Cattle Farm. Back to Resort. Dinner at Resort.

Day 2

08:00 – After breakfast at the Resort, proceed to Kinabalu National Park for a presentation at Exhibition Hall. The park is home to many endemic species of flora and fauna, including Nepenthes Rajah – the largest pitcher plant in the World, fascinating orchids and Borneo’s montane birds. Back to the resort for lunch. Proceed to Poring Hot Spring, situated at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu, a must-visit is the Treetop Canopy Walkway (subject to entrance fee – own expense) just 20 minutes hike away. Experience walking 41 metres above the rainforest floor. Take a dip in one of the outdoor sulphurous thermal pools for a Japanese Open-style thermal bath, believed to possess curative powers. Transfer back to the Resort. Dinner at Resort.

Day 3

08:30 – After breakfast at the Resort, free at leisure. Transfer to the city, a brief stop at Pekan Nabalu where a variety of local fruits, vegetables and handicraft items are being sold. Brief City Tour (if time permits) ~ Stop by Signal Hill Observatory for a fantastic scenic view of Kota Kinabalu City and its surrounding, drive past Atkinson Clock Tower and brief stop at the Philippines Market. Proceed to Airport or your city centre hotel.

  • Reservations are subject to room availability.
  • A surcharge of RM 40.00/Room/Night will be imposed during Malaysian Public Holidays (Resort High Season) and Malaysian School Holidays. Don’t ask me why, they just are 🙂
  • The above prices and packages are based upon Malaysian citizens, Non-Malaysians will be charged RM 75.00/Person extra.
  • Prices are valid until 31st March 2023.
  • Full payment on booking
  • Children – The prices mentioned above relate to adults. Children are welcome but depend upon age and whether they share a bed with an adult or require an extra bed in their parent’s room. 30 to 40% Discounts are available for children aged 3 to 11 years. Contact us for details.
  • Anyone participating in any tours or holidays organised by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his/her own risk of loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes or other travellers. The company reserves the right to alter routes, timetables, itineraries & accommodation reserved as and when necessary or in the case of force majeure.

The resort has a strict policy that a full refund will be granted if received at least 50 days before the tour start date. Cancellations from 50 to 31 days before will only receive 50% less bank charges due to credit card payment. And finally, any cancellation less than 30 days or no shows will receive no refund. Please do not shout at us, we did not create these terms they are set by our supplier.

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  • What is there to do in Kota Kinabalu in 2 days?

    Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah, is the starting point for most holidays to Sabah. From Kota Kinabalu, most visitors go to explore other parts of Sabah whether it be on a tour from Kota Kinabalu (to go rafting, biking, climbing Mount Kinabalu etc.), or via a short internal flight to visit other parts of Sabah like the Kinabatangan River or Danum Valley. If you have a couple of days free in Kota Kinabalu during your holiday then there is surprisingly quite a bit you can do and see on your doorstep.

    On the first day, you can explore the city with its many attractions. At the start of the day visit the Kota Kinabalu Wetland Ramsar Site, a bird sanctuary close to the city centre. You could then choose to walk up Signal Hill to enjoy views out over the City from Signal Hill observatory platform, visit the Sabah State Museum for a walk through Sabah’s history or explore the handicraft market located on the waterfront. Visit the Atkinson Clock Tower, the oldest building in Kota Kinabalu, or one of the famous Mosques in Kota Kinabalu – Kota Kinabalu City Mosque (‘Floating Mosque’) or the State Mosque. Later in the day watch the sunset from Tanjung Aru Beach before heading back into the city centre for a spot of early evening shopping. Finally, choose from one of the many local cafes and restaurants for a tasty meal to end the day. 

    For your second day visit the local islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The Marine Park is located in front of Kota Kinabalu and easily accessible via a boat transfer from Jesselton Point Jetty. You can choose to join an organised day tour to help you get the most from your visit to the Marine Park whether it be a Snorkeling Trip or going scuba diving to explore the tropical waters. You could also choose to visit the islands independently via an island transfer service and chill out on one of the public beaches on the islands in the Marine Park. Sun, tropical sea, sand – a perfect way to spend a second day in Kota Kinabalu.

  • How far is Kota Kinabalu from the Airport?

    The Kota Kinabalu International Airport KKIA (airport code BKI) is located to the south of the city and is 8.5 kilometres from the city centre. This journey can be easily done by private car, taxi or shuttle bus. A taxi will charge around RM 30 each way for a pre-booked taxi. Arrivals are on the lower level with departures on the upper level. At busy times allow 30 minutes from the city centre to the airport.

  • Is it easy to get from the city centre to Jesselton Point Jetty?

    Most watersports trips depart from Jesselton Point Jetty (https://g.page/JesseltonPoint) in central Kota Kinabalu. If you are staying at a city centre hotel or guest house you will often find it far quicker to walk to Jesselton Point. If you are staying at hotels or resorts such as Shangri-La Rasa Ria or Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa then I would certainly grab a taxi.

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