Mabul Inn

Address: Block 4, No. 1 & 2, Semporna, Sabah, 91308, Malaysia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Block 4, No. 1 & 2, Semporna.
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        Travel Blogs from Semporna

        Borneo day 9

        A travel blog entry by ellie.t on Oct 11, 2015

        ... Our first day of relaxation of the trip. Some people choosing to snorkel and visit the beach I did some shade bathing and reading and got to see some very large monitor lizards. Before dinner we had a tour of the island and an introduction to the background and egg laying of the the turtles mainly the Green Turtle. Then we went to the information centre and watched a video about Turtle islands national ...

        Selingan Turtle Island

        A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 10, 2015

        7 photos

        ... Darwinism has its way when it can't figure out how to move when I am walking. After sending its body back to nature off our balcony, we finished getting ready and headed for breakfast. Breakfast today was a buffet in the jungle lodge restaurant. There was all of your typical fruit, cereal and bread but instead of having a toaster, they had a box of hot coals with a grate over it. It was an art to actually toast your bread without burning it because you only needed about 15 seconds ...

        Jungle Cruising (by Ruby)

        A travel blog entry by blaik on Sep 26, 2015

        6 comments, 5 photos

        ... cruises where wildlife hangs out so people get to see the animals. When we did our river cruise after two minutes on the river we spotted two orangutans sitting in a tree. There was a baby and it's mother... orangutan babies stay with their mothers for up to 10 years. We were very lucky to see them because they are quite rare. There are only 60,000 of them left in the wild which is quite small.

        We ...

        Diving paradise

        A travel blog entry by mark-bowes on Sep 20, 2015

        4 comments, 4 photos

        ... rooms are just the same. Each room is a private villa with balcony overlooking the ocean. It was great to see the corals, fish, rays and turtles all from our room.

        This was pure heaven for me as i was in my element and had a couple of days diving planned. Karlie was also looking forward to a couple of days of relaxation and just catching up on rest reading her book and sun bathing.

        The first arvo ...

        Jewel in the Crown

        A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Jul 19, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... tries/farnie10/1/1318757882/tpod.html & tries/farnie10/1/1319910748/tpod.html). The islands off Semporna were also on the Australian Government's current list of No-go areas due to the risk of piracy from the Philippines. Pirates?! Risk of horrible diving-death!? This had my name written all over it!

        But Semporna was at the other end of the country and I needed to ...