Borneo Survivor Resort
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... along the rivers. Some of their ancestors used to be "Head Hunters" .Many of the groups built their tradional house at the fair grounds and dressed up in their traditional clothing and performed dances and music. Afterwards, they would sit around and drink beer and rice wine with their friends and family. We were invited into some of the houses to dance and drink with them. It was ...
... breakfast!". Thinking nothing more of it we returned to our room to find that while we were out the hotel had made us (mainly Jade) towel swans on the bed surrounded in rose petals. Nothing says 'honeymoon' more than towel swans and rose petals.
The following morning after our morning gym session and Jade saying hello to all her new friends in Gaya Island, Charles, Mary, Chef Dollis etc we went down for breakfast. Turns out that while the ...
... but were too lazy to climb the mountain itself. Unfortunately we had torrential rain for much of the two days so our ability to go trekking was severely hampered. I was extremely relieved that we hadn't set off on a mountain trek....it would have been miserable. Despite that, it was still nice to visit the park and see what all the fuss was about.
And so ended our Borneo adventure. Next up, Anna's 30th Birthday Surprise!!
... for diving in the parks around the island, lunch for two days, all course materials including my log book and an (unexpected) free t-shirt. They also offered me pretty nice discounts on the other stuff that they sell, including dives. If I finish the course with them, I can do a three dive trip for 190 ringgit, which is about $60. That's $20 a dive, including gear which is super cheap. Anyways, I haven't signed up for anything extra yet since the course itself is quite ...
... not to use a western style toilet but, instead, to squat over a hole in the floor. The toilet itself functions the same way and it kinda makes sense not to have your thighs sharing where everyone else has been! Enough of the toilet education. I really wanted to take a photo of the urinal but there was no opportunity when no one was around. Maybe later.
A nice relaxing day.