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We stayed in Pine Resort Kinabalu in kundasang and it took us about 30mins to reach Sabah tea Garden.
When we arrive, there was a lot of tourist and its pretty crowded but the view and scenery was breathtaking. We took a lot of pictures...More
the food was delicious here... indian and chinese might like the food here compares to other stalls in Ranau and Kundasang. Waiters are friendly too. you can enjoy the scenery around you while filling your stomach...
We arrived late and were picked up by very friendly Henry (restaurant staff) from the main road. Transport from and to the tea garden can be difficult as there is no public option. The ladies at the reception were friendly but as usual a bit...More
Great Beautiful Quaint Resort ”
Cottage is true to its description with the majestic Mt Kinabalu as the backdrop. A little off the grid from Kundasang but worth the ride. The views are spectacular. Pros: Beautiful sunrise and sunset weather dependent. Do get up early...More
Difficult to know where to start with this little gem.
- Henry, the Manager, was very helpful
- the hillside setting is nice but isolated
- historically interesting
- we only stayed here for two nights
- unbelievably, the tea was over brewed...More
US$29 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Suzanne M | Reviewed this property |
The road up to the cottages is steep and a bit bumpy but perfectly OK. However it was dry when we were there- check if it is rainy season! The cottages only have views from outside- all are good. The best view is down at the... More
The road up to the cottages is steep and a bit bumpy but perfectly OK. However it was dry when we were there- check if it is rainy season! The cottages only have views from outside- all are good. The best view is down at the restaurant.
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