Sabah Hotels & Resorts

Sabah Travel and Guide Information

Bordering Sarawak on Borneo Island’s north-western flank, Sabah is a Malaysian state that boasts an idiosyncratic topographical makeup. Topped by the lofty granite spires of Mount Kinabalu, the region is a lush mixture of exotic animal and plant life, wild jungle rivers, mangrove-tangled coastal areas and green paddy fields. Home to Mount Kinabalu – the highest peak between the Himalayas and New Guinea – Sabah is also known for its smorgasbord of endangered fauna such as the orang-utan, Sumatran rhinoceros and Irrawady dolphin.

The gateway to some of Borneo’s best known offerings, the 72,500sqkm Sabah plays host to an array of indigenous groups including the Dusun, Kadazan, Lundayeh, Murut, Rungus and Sungai peoples. Falling just below the typhoon belt, visitors to Sabah come here for the challenging trekking and mountain climbing along the dizzying Crocker Range as well as some of the world’s best diving in the Semporna Archipelago.

Sabah Hotel Recommendations

Gaya Island Resort
Gaya Island
Gaya Island Resort
Villas offer a beautiful outlook near to resort's pristine sandy beach, Room with breakfast for 2 person
From MYR 800
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The Palace Hotel KK
Gaya Island
The Palace Hotel KK
Room inclusive of breakfast for 2 person, Free broadband internet access
From MYR 228
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  Shangri-La Rasa Ria Resort
Newly Refurbished Premier Ocean Wing, Room inclusive breakfast for 2 person, Free WIFI.
From MYR 1,249
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Sabah Hotels

Sabah Hotels: Where to Stay in Sabah All Hotels in Sabah

Enjoy a variety of hotels in Sabah that range from budget hotels to international standard resorts. Get instant confirmation of hotel rooms to ensure and guarantee a comfortable place to stay. Read More...

Kota Kinabalu City Hotels Kota Kinabalu City Hotels

No matter where you’re headed to in Sabah, Kota Kinabalu – the state’s seat of government – will almost certainly be your first port of call. Read More...

Kota Kinabalu Beach Hotels Kota Kinabalu Beach Hotels

Halfway up Sabah’s western seaboard, the capital city Kota Kinabalu isn’t one of the world’s most magical destinations but it will almost certainly be your first port of call when you’re visiting the ‘Land Below the Wind’. Read More...

Sandakan Hotels Sandakan Hotels

Sandwiched between the sea and jagged cliffs, Sandakan may not be the most immediately appealing town in Sabah but it’s got plenty of character. Read More...

Gaya Island Hotels Gaya Island Hotels

Gazetted as a national park in 1974, the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park comprises a group of five islands situated less than eight kilometres away from central Kota Kinabalu. Read More...

Kundasang Hotels Kundasang Hotels

Lying along the banks of the Kundasang Valley, about 10km east of the Kinabalu National Park headquarters, Kundasang has long been regarded as a transit stop for travellers on their way to the Kinabalu National Park. Read More...

Papar Hotels Papar Hotels

Worth mentioning due to the fact that it’s the only town of any size between Kota Kinabalu and Beufort, Papar is a quiet, little coastal Kadazan town 38km south of KK. Read More...


Sabah Travel Guides

Sabah Tours Sabah Tours

These tours will take you to visit indigenous tribes, hot springs, rainforest valleys or even climb Mount Kinabalu. There are also tours for discovering the wonderful landmarks of Kota Kinabalu. Read More...

Sabah Attractions

It’s not just nature in which Sabah is famous for, there are also plenty of cultural and historical sights to keep you occupied while on a journey to explore this beautiful part of , Borneo. Read More...

Sabah Dining Sabah Restaurants

Located on Borneo’s north-western flank, Sabah is Malaysia’s east coast capital. The state has 30 ethnicities and among these groups more than 80 dialects are spoken. Read More...

Sabah Nightlife Sabah Nightlife

When the sun goes down in Sabah, start out at the Waterfront Esplanade along Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens – besides fine dining, this upscale hotspot has a good number of ‘resto-bars’ including BED – the biggest dance club in town. Read More...

Sabah Shopping Sabah Shopping

The best time to visit Sabah is in May when the week-long Sabah fest takes place; celebrations include an assortment of music, dance and food and culminates in the Pesta Kaamatan (Harvest Festival). Read More...

Sabah Avtivities Sabah Activities

Sabah is known for its lush greenery, rich fauna and the stony turrets of mighty Mount Kinabalu. Sabah’s national parks are the foremost reason that people visit the state. Read More...

Sabah Information Sabah Information

Known as the ‘Land below the Wind’, Sabah on the eastern side of Borneo is home to over 30 different ethnic races with over 80 local dialects. Read More...

Sabah Map

Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as well as attractions, landmarks and other items of interest with links to relevant information pages. Read More...

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