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Lufthansa City Center Business Travel

Telephone: +60 3 / 26879688
+60 3 / 26879678

2nd Floor, Bangunan Ming, Jalan Bukit Nanas,
50250 Kuala Lumpur

Located 15-minutes off Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Pulau Gaya is underlaid by folded sandstone and sedimentary rock and is part of the Crocker Range rock formation of the western coast of Sabah. Exposed sandstone outcrops feature on the coast of this island forming cliffs, caves, honeycombs and deep crevasses along the shore.
Within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park off the coast of Kota Kinabalu in Borneo, Gaya Island Resort rests along the coast of Malohom Bay, a natural sanctuary nestled in the hillside of an ancient rainforest with a stunning outline of Mount Kinabalu on the horizon. The resort's architecture respects Sabahan elements; its 120 villas and two-bedroom suite use local materials and blend harmoniously with the natural environment while villa interiors are designed with a contemporary elegance.
Beautifully situated, Gaya Island Resort is set amidst lush rainforest with breathtaking views of the wonders created by nature over thousands of years.
Ancient rainforest and protected mangroves surround the idyllic villas set in the hills. Spacious, tactile and modern yet respectful of local Sabahan elements, each villa uses local materials that blend harmoniously with the natural environment. Villa interiors are designed with a contemporary elegance and offer a variety of views including mangrove, canopy, tropical rainforest and the South China Sea.

Package includes:

Ferry Schedule :

Sutera Harbour Marina to Resort : 8am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
Resort to Sutera Harbour Marina : 9am, 11pm, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 6.30pm

Complimentary & Optional activity (subject to availability and weather conditions):
• Guided Nature Walk with Resident Naturalist (Complimentary)
• Gaya Snorkelling Exploration with Resident Marine Biologist 

Terms and conditions:

• Rates quoted are in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR) and subject to prevailing service charge and government taxes.
• A conservation fee (1st night RM30, following night RM 20) is applied to each guest, including children, for every night of stay by Sabah Parks, an organisation set up as the caretaker of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park conservation triangle. The conservation fee is contributed to Sabah Parks in support of their efforts to continue to preserve the most unique animal and plant species in this area. The conservation fee will be levied in your final bill during your stay.
• Maximum of two adults and one child below 12 years old in the Bayu, Canopy and Kinabalu Villas.
• All activities, spa treatments and private dining experiences are subject to availability and weather conditions.

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