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Borneo Nature Lodge

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No. 41 Block 3, 1st Floor, Prima Square, Phase 1, Mile 4, North Road, Sandakan 90000 Malaysia
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#6 of 39 Speciality lodging in Sandakan
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An eco-friendly lodge nestled along the riverbank of Kinabatangan river the longest and biggest river in Sabah.The Lower Kinabatangan is one of Sabah's most splendid natural treasures and the richest concentration of wildlife in South East Asia. The lodge has 12 rooms with an additional twin-sharing handicapped friendly room equipped with air-condition and attached bathroom. Appreciate the "Green" details practise by the lodge where at night all electrical items run on solar power.
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Free breakfast
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No. 41 Block 3, 1st Floor, Prima Square, Phase 1, Mile 4, North Road, Sandakan 90000 Malaysia
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Sandakan Airport51 kmSee all flights
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Guy T wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom658 contributions85 helpful votes
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Amazing two nights in the rainforest. The rooms are quite basic but that's all part of the charm. It is an Eco Lodge so it's helping keep the impact of tourism loss on the rainforest. Food was buffet style but varied and very tasty. Chef came out to see guests sometimes. All staff were brilliant, warm, friendly, helpful and welcoming. Definitely the right balance of nature & creature comforts.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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125ceb wrote a review Feb 2019
Llangefni, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
Lovely location, only accessible by boat. Very comfortable accommodation in individual lodges. The meals were very good - three courses, soup, choice of main, and fresh fruits for dessert. Friendly helpful staff. The boat trips - 6am, 4pm and night, were brilliant, and we saw so much, from crocs sunning themselves, to troupes of monkeys in the trees by the water's edge, as well as so many birds. And just seeing so many stars during the night cruise was reward enough, without everything else! Just wonderful.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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RonLawrence wrote a review Feb 2019
Poole, United Kingdom150 contributions183 helpful votes
Stayed as part of a jungle tour. Room OK basic, water not hot for showers, but still a loo and a sing, have been in worse. Food was buffet style so you could have more of what as an individual you like, good prawns. Guides were good finding lots of animals for us.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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I H wrote a review Nov 2018
Edinburgh, United Kingdom1,865 contributions319 helpful votes
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We stayed here as part of a Buffalo Jungle Tour to Sabah. The lodge, the restaurant and the general facilities although rustic were entirely in keeping with an experience I The Bornean rain Forrest. The hospitality was outstanding and the river safari was fascinating. We saw wild orangutans, all sorts of monkeys including the unusual Proboscis monkeys, eagles, crocodiles and were so very lucky to see the endangered Pygmy Elephants of Borneo. Just an experience of a lifetime.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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KPNEAustin wrote a review Sep 2018
Austin, Texas102 contributions31 helpful votes
Excellent, friendly staff and boat drivers. Nice simple mini-houses, more than reasonable foods (just not a wide selection) both tasty and well presented. Everything you need for boat trips up/down river to see all kinds of birds, orangs, alll other kinds of monkeys, crocs.... lizards.....long list. Really nice comfortable environment and they clearly try to not leave a big footprint. Walter is the 'headmaster' and runs a very nice campsite... the monkeys respect his area....and run alll around the campsite otherwise. Would stay again in a heartbeat!
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Date of stay: September 2018
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PRICE RANGE
US$287 - US$633 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
MalaysiaSabahSandakan DivisionSandakan
NUMBER OF ROOMS
12
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