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Gaya Island Resort
Dit schitterend gelegen eco-resort ligt op een steenworp afstand van het bruisende Kota Kinabalu. Op dit weelderig begroeide eiland worden luxe, idyllische rust en natuurlijke schoonheid gecombineerd. Een unieke ervaring op Borneo die niet kan worden geëvenaard!
Over Gaya Island Resort
- gourmet en wellness
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Verwen uzelf met een lunch op het privé-eiland Tavajun Bay U bereikt het eiland na vijf minuten varen.
Plafondventilator, WiFi, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, bureau, open badkamer en veranda met dagbed en uitzicht op het resort.
Plafondventilator, WiFi, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, bureau, open badkamer, veranda met dagbed en uitzicht op de jungle.
Gelegen op 15 minuten uit de kust vanaf Kota Kinabalu.
• 3 Restaurants
• Kids Club
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals duiken, snorkelen, vissen en kajakvaren
• Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals eilandtocht of sunset cruise
Sabah’s hoofdstad Kota Kinabalu biedt zowel moderne winkelcentra als authentieke marktjes. U kunt zich hier prima (laten) onderdompelen in de Maleisische cultuur en de benodigde souvenirs kopen.
"Relaxing hotel with great staff and interesting wildlife"
This is charming small hotel which clearly has a genuine interest to preserve the wildlife and rainforest which it is set in. The food is good with a choice of 3 restaurants a 4th is on the second beach. A good pool and interesting grounds. The Spa is as one would expect superb with a charming ambience. The suite was good with a superb view and good Wifi. The thing you will notice is no cars, no noise so its is extremely peaceful. As it is set on a hill side there its lots of walking but that is quite refreshing. You will see plenty of wildlife from the fish surrounding the jetty and birds to the monkeys, wild boars and various lizards etc. The nature walk will reveal a taste of your surroundings and the passion which Justin and Jamie have for preserving the nature and surroundings is fantastic and you must go on a kayak in to the mangroves with them. Scot's work on the second beach a 3 min boat ride away is incredibly important and it is quite humbling to see that the Turtles he rescues have mainly been the victim of sea born litter which is a problem in this area. His encyclopaedic knowledge is fantastic with a genuine passion for his work and you will come away educated. If you want wild discos, speed boats and parties this is not the place for you. If you want a relaxed hotel with superb friendly staff this is worth considering.
"Start of a Borneo adventure"
Maybe it's age (mine) and having booked some luxury accommodation for the first night of a group of friends being together in Borneo, we certainly were treated with such enormous respect and the complimentary massage (malay) was out of this world. Don't hesitate to escape KK in a blink of an eye to Gaya Island. Airport to Jesselton Point ferry terminal is minutes in a cab. The ferry goes regularly to the island and the resort has a booking office at Jesselton . The ferry is a short ride, there's plenty to eat and drink whilst waiting and the wee mall just by the office has a store at the rear that sells emergency ponchos. For 6RM they're worth it when needed. The Gaya staff are so polite, very helpful, hugely accommodating and will do everything in their power to provide you with what you need. The rooms are spotless and beautifully presented and in less than 24 hrs we packed in a lovely swim, poolside mojitos, a full body Malay massage, shoulder and neck rub and foot scrub, dinner with the 'live interactions', breakfast and a fantastic nights sleep. Your baggage gets moved around for you, don't worry about keeping an eye on it but just keep your room door locked to keep the cheeky monkeys out. We opened our doors early morning to let the view over to Mt Kinabalu flood in and whilst snoozing,a monkey came in and cheekied a mango of ours. Go and stay.You'll love it.
"Resort in solitude"
This is a resort in solitude but the city, Kota Kinabalu, is just a short boat ride away. Here you can relax, chill in the sun ;) and swim in the sea (or the pool if that's more your thing). The food in the buffet restaurant is good but not excellent and the pricing is as expected on a island resort like this, not on the cheap side :) The service is good, but not always that fast (and I mean *really* slow for a place like this). The rooms are quite large and with a quite odd "layout" (not necessarily in a bad way). There are 4 rooms in each two storey house and these houses are scattered "in the forest" along the coast. This makes it feel smaller than it is, because you never see all the houses and I like this. On the other hand, the houses furthest away from the restaurant/reception can be forced to take a longer walk for dinner than on a more "condensed" resort with all rooms/houses clamped together.
"Very nice resort!"
Very nice resort with a beautiful pool, good customer service, luxurious villas, and a full day of activities.. and most importantly, excellent wifi. The food left something to be desired and was overpriced, but other than that great place.
It is really amazing place to visit I would like to highly appreciate the hotel General managerâ€™s behavior and all management stuff, their good understanding and cooperation with guests in resolving all claims, their passionate attitude made us feel like we are their valuable guests like we are in their own house and members of their family, how they did their best trying to take care about all details in a very professional manner, my experience in communication with them and all hotelâ€™s stuff was really very satisfying. I just like to recommend the owners of hotel to pay more attention to some infrastructure issues in order to avoid future problems related to stable supply of electric power, water and the safety and security of guests in the resort due to existence of the resort inside real forest and the easy access of some wild monkeys that can be really dangerous sometimes , also I would recommend the owners to invest more in order to solve the transportation inside the resort for some guests who are not capable to constantly walk through heights which might be disturbing, everything else was really amazing.
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