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I was disappointed when I first arrived as the "resort" is at the side of a small road. Nestled between the road and river is the covered patio, which offers dining tables and chairs, and a few lounge chairs, overlooking a wonderful spot on the...More
This place was great- nice little room, big open restaurant overlooking the river, friendly staff. The set meals provided as part of the package were really good- nice big portions and tasty dishes. We had an amazing time on the river cruises- think we were...More
Worst stay during our week in Borneo! Here are the reasons:
1. When arriving, the told us that we could only pay cash, no credit card as the machine was not working. After a 1.5h discussion, that ruined the evening and several attempts trying to...More
Barefoot Sukau Lodge or BSL is just simple in style and has comfortable bedroom and clean bathroom (this matters most when you are looking for 'accommodation').
Got it's location in the best part of the Kinabatangan River, very great view from its restaurant- that serves...More
I booked a 3 day river safari through a private guide, this was the accommodation chosen for my party of 5. We had 3 bedrooms with comfortable and clean beds. Each had a basic but clean onsuite, with toilet, sink and shower, although the water...More
Note that Trip Advisor will not allow contact information to be posted. In September 2014 I made my reservation at Sukau by email, but that domain is no longer active. I suggest searching for their phone number and giving... More
Note that Trip Advisor will not allow contact information to be posted. In September 2014 I made my reservation at Sukau by email, but that domain is no longer active. I suggest searching for their phone number and giving them a phone call.
If all else fails, you could try emailing the Evergreen Sukau Lodge and asking them (they are just a few hundred yards down the river).