Tommy's Place, Tip of Borneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTommy's Place, Tip of Borneo Kudat
Situated fifty feet from a 2 kilometre stretch of white sand beach that had a total of perhaps seven different people on it during the week we stayed here, it is hard to believe this beautiful, white sand based, perfect for swimming beach, and this basic affordable resort, is not fully packed twenty four seven. Which leads me to believe that this remote, quiet gem will not remain so for too much longer.
Accommodation at Tommy's Place is available to suit varying budgets and preferences, from basic budget friendly rooms to much more spacious, luxurious expensive lodges. There are also newer and older rooms available, the oldest being along the (very quiet) road facing the sea, with the newer a little further back with a view of the palm tree landscape. Our room was one of the newer rooms at back, which we would recommend.
There is a restaurant on the premises, which is much better than none, although the offerings are basic and the service casually laid back, but always given with a smile. The owner, Tommy, is also a good guy and very accommodating. But laid back is the predominant feel in this part of the world, which adds to its charm. There are also three or four other restaurants to discover within walking distance, so you do have other choices.
If you are looking for a quiet location which offers stellar beauty, sunsets to die for, and a few - but not hordes - of interesting travellers to mingle with, then Tommy's Place, Tip of Borneo, is perfect.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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