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Stayed here as part of a wildlife tour and found it to be very nice in most respects. For a nature lodge, it had nice amenities - ceiling fan, air conditioning, and hot water. Did not have room safes though, so you have to keep...More
Very friendly hotel assessable only by boat. Stays here also include night and morning river cruises to see wildlife - crocs, elephants, hornbills and as many monkeys as you could wish to see
Small hotel, with wooden jungle lodges. Spacious and comfortable rooms but without...More
We couldn't have expected anything better in a lodge nestled in a remote rainforest on the banks of the Kinabatangan river! Our desire to spend time in nature's bosom, see more of wild-life and less of homosapiens was fufilled to our heart's content.
My wife and I stayed here for one night on a 4 day tour of the area. Expect a lodge in the middle of the rainforest and you will not be disappointed. This is not a 5 star Hilton. The food was fine but nothing...More
Stayed here for a couple of nights then moved to another resort to compare camps. We were not looking for 4 star comforts & were more than prepared to rough it
They were working on a new roof for the jetty and first impression when...More
Hi Darryl. Bilit lodge is a few hours drive from Sepilok where the Orang u tang sanctuary is. If you want to stay near the Orang Sanctuary- try Sepilok Jungle Resort - we loved it. Bilit lodge (loved this place too) is on... More
Hi Darryl. Bilit lodge is a few hours drive from Sepilok where the Orang u tang sanctuary is. If you want to stay near the Orang Sanctuary- try Sepilok Jungle Resort - we loved it. Bilit lodge (loved this place too) is on the river and it does include the boat rides along (2 one at sunset - one at sunrise)the river to see birds, crocs, elephants, several kinds of monkeys. one of the guys does a night jungle walk - which you pay extra for - I think it was about $10 Aus. and you can buy beer :) and snacks at the lodge. the overnight fee includes your dinner and breakfast (which was good) don't expect 5 star at either place, there are 5 star places as well. up to you
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"All rooms are on stilts and some are a little further away from the main dining room but a pleasant walk on..."