Sabahans are fiercely proud of their culinary scene and with so many delicious dishes, who can blame them? From noodles to rice, pork to lamb, Chinese, Indian and Malay all mixed together, the tastes and aromas are endless. Acquire some of Sabah’s food secrets with our cooking class activity. Many a visitor returns from their […]

Sabahans are fiercely proud of their culinary scene and with so many delicious dishes, who can blame them? From noodles to rice, pork to lamb, Chinese, Indian and Malay all mixed together, the tastes and aromas are endless. Acquire some of Sabah’s food secrets with our cooking class activity.

Many a visitor returns from their holiday in Sabah only to crave the tastes of Borneo.

The best home cooked dishes are made from fresh, local produce bought at the daily market. Visit a market where you’ll learn what is required and try to pick the best of what you need.

There’s a good deal of organized tours and activates in the city, but are there any free activities in Kota Kinabalu? The answer is “yes, there is”. As a nature resort city, Kota Kinabalu has plenty of free activities that will cost you nothing, get you out enjoying nature and might even get your heart […]

There’s a good deal of organized tours and activates in the city, but are there any free activities in Kota Kinabalu?

The answer is “yes, there is”. As a nature resort city, Kota Kinabalu has plenty of free activities that will cost you nothing, get you out enjoying nature and might even get your heart rate up.

5 Free Activities

Put on your walking shoes and join us for a look at 5 free activities in Kota Kinabalu.

Signal Hill Observation Deck

Signal Hill Observation Deck - Free Activities in Kota Kinabalu - Rustic Borneo

The rounding of the Signal Hill Observation Deck’s roof is visible from the streets of Kota Kinabalu. It’s nestled amongst the foliage of the city’s lush, green backdrop. Accessible via road or a couple of less-obvious foot paths, the outlook over the city gives visitors a comprehensive overview of the Kota Kinabalu.

Very Short Jungle Trek

Very Short Jungle Trek - Free Activities in Kota Kinabalu - Rustic Borneo

One way to reach the observation deck is via a short, 5-minute jungle trek. It’s accessible from the one end of Australia Place, which is located towards the back of the city and winds its way up the side of Signal Hill. The is a petite taste of what Sabah’s longer treks might be like. It’s possible to spot peculiar birds, interesting bugs and even a few of Signal Hill’s resident macaques.

It offers spectacular views of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and its tropical islands and, on a clear day, a sweeping vista from Mt. Kinabalu on the right to Pulau Tiga in the far distance on the left.

Sabah’s Legendary Sunsets

Legendary Sabah Sunset - Free Activities in Kota Kinabalu - Rustic Borneo

You don’t need any specific venue to enjoy this free activity, in fact, you don’t need to be very active at all. Just ensure that you’re in a comfortable spot facing west well before sunset and wait for the show to start. Sabah’s sunsets are rated amongst the most beautiful in the world, with daily shows that range from amazing to dramatic to dazzling.

The Grand Market

Visit the Centra Market - Free Activities in Kota Kinabalu - Rustic Borneo

For a sensory experience of a different kind, visit Kota Kinabalu’s Grand Market. The Grand Market has been part of the cityscape for many years and is where fruit, vegetable, meat and fish traders all come together to trade in an jangle of colour, flavour and sound. Walk through to experience a slice of local life and try a few fruits you might never have seen before.

Tanjung Aru Beach

Tanjung Aru Beach - Free Activities in Kota Kinabalu - Rustic Borneo

First Beach at Tanjung Aru is a lovely strip of sandy beach with a magnificent view over the islands in the marine park. It tends to not be as popular as you would image during the day, because it gets blazing hot and has limited facilities. It comes into its own at night, however, when the setting sun makes the location magical and attracts quite the crowd.

Contact Rustic Borneo Travel

If you prefer your activities more organized, either refer to our tours and activities, or contact us with your requirements and allow us to tailor-make your perfect holiday. Otherwise, drop by our Traveller Service Centre just off Gaya Street for a chat about your options.

Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) is the second busiest airport in Malaysia serving the bustling city of Kota Kinabalu. KKIA previously consisted of 2 terminals located on opposite sides of the runway from each other, but since the start of 2016, all commercial passenger traffic now arrives and departs from the main terminal, Terminal 1. […]

Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) is the second busiest airport in Malaysia serving the bustling city of Kota Kinabalu.

KKIA previously consisted of 2 terminals located on opposite sides of the runway from each other, but since the start of 2016, all commercial passenger traffic now arrives and departs from the main terminal, Terminal 1.

Kota Kinabalu International Airport Overview

Terminal 1 at the airport (IATA Code: BKI) has a theoretical capacity of 12 million passengers per year. Both terminals together handled just shy of 6.8 million passengers in 2014, and the merging should have a positive impact on efficiencies and offerings at Terminal 1.

As it stands, Terminal 1 is about 8km outside the centre of the city of Kota Kinabalu. It is well connected by numerous taxi operators who charge RM30 for the journey, and an airport-specific bus that plies the route between the airport and city at regular intervals, at RM5 per person.

Kota Kinabalu International Airport also feature the following facilities and services:

Rental Cars

Rustic Borneo can arrange car rentals for you that will be ready for collection on arrival. To take advantage of our competitively prices services, do contact us.

Alternatively, there are several kiosks at the airport, on the 1st floor just outside the arrivals hall, where you can try for availability and on-the-spot rates if you have nothing pre-booked.

Duty Free Shopping

If you are arriving as an International passenger at KKIA (as opposed to from somewhere else in Malaysia), then you are entitled to  purchase duty free products from the stores at the air-side of the arrivals terminal. The selection isn’t exhaustive, but the 2 shops do feature the usual variety of alcohol, perfume and tabacco products.

Malaysia’s duty free allowance includes 1 litre of spirits and 200 cigarettes.

Foreign Exchange

Several money exchangers are dotted throughout the terminal. You can find both foreign currency exchange desks and ATMs outside the arrivals hall on the ground floor, and in the check-in / departure area on the 2nd floor.

Rates are least competitive at the airport. If at all possible, wait until you get to the town centre where you will have multi options in either Centre Point Shopping Centre, or at Merdeka Shopping Centre. At both locations you can shop around and compare for the best rates, but all should be considerably better than at the airport.

Luggage Storage

Rustic Borneo offers a luggage storage facility at our Traveller Service Centre in the heart of Kota Kinabalu. For just RM15 per 24 hours per piece (up to 25kg), you can store your luggage with us while you go off on an adventure around the city or the state.

There is also a luggage storage facility at the airport, opposite the entrance to the International Departures security check on Level 3. Prices there vary from RM5 per item for 3 hours to RM30 per item per day, depending on size. Baggage wrapping services are also available.

At either storage location it is imperative to double-check opening times for when you expect to collect your luggage. Nobody wants to make a choice between stored luggage in a locked shop and a departing plane.

Internet Access

Internet access KKIA can be a little spotty.

There is the publicly provided Malaysia Airports WiFi, which is sometimes down and sometimes slow.

Alternatives include some of the fast food restaurants, like McDonald’s with their open WiFi access on Level 3, the courtesy lounges of the Malaysia Airlines and other airlines, featuring protected WiFi, and Starbucks, located on the air-side of the departure area, with free-with-purchase WiFi.

Medical Services

Terminal 1 has a medical clinic located on Level 1.

Airline Offices

Most of the airlines that utilise Kota Kinabalu International Airport have representative offices on Level 2.  At last count there were office for MAS Wings and Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines and Dragon Air. There should now also be offices for Air Asia.

Restaurants

McDonald’s and Asian Delights were both resident since the launching of Terminal 1. As the terminal grew, and especially after the closure of Terminal 2, more restaurants have joined the fray. You can now find KFC, Dukin’ Donuts and Old Town White Coffee on either Level 1 or 3. On the air-side you will find Starbucks and a few lesser-known cafes and shops.

Other Shops

Counting amongst the other shops you might encounter at KKIA are handicrafts, perfume, cosmetics, jewellery, books, bird’s nest and seafood shops. With the increased traffic from Terminal 2, more shops are sure to pop up.

Flight Arrival & Departure Schedule

Kota Kinabalu’s International Airport online flight arrival and departure schedule:

Via ferrata, from the Italian for iron road, is an impossible trail on the side of a mountain made possible with the help of foot-struts, guide cables and a mechanism that secures climbers. Popular in the European Alps, the highest via ferrata in the world can be found near the peak of Mt. Kinabalu in […]

Via ferrata, from the Italian for iron road, is an impossible trail on the side of a mountain made possible with the help of foot-struts, guide cables and a mechanism that secures climbers.

Popular in the European Alps, the highest via ferrata in the world can be found near the peak of Mt. Kinabalu in Sabah, Borneo.

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Paragliding is an adventure activity that is now available as a day-trip from Kota Kinabalu. The Rustic Borneo team set out early one morning recently to explore Sabah’s paragliding options, hoping to discover what it’s like to soar above the clouds. Our chosen site was the area just outside the town of Ranau, famous for […]


Paragliding is an adventure activity that is now available as a day-trip from Kota Kinabalu.

The Rustic Borneo team set out early one morning recently to explore Sabah’s paragliding options, hoping to discover what it’s like to soar above the clouds.

Our chosen site was the area just outside the town of Ranau, famous for Poring Hot Springs and Rafflesia blooms. It’s in the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu about 108km from Kota Kinabalu, roughly 45 minutes drive from Kinabalu Park.

The terrain is rich in hills and valleys, greenery and picturesque streams dotting the landscape. This topography is ideal for paragliding, being prone to the type of upwards wind required for a good flight.

We arrived on schedule at the Ranau Sports Complex and met the paragliding crew’s 4×4 transport. The paragliding takeoff-site is perched on the top of a hill and the road leading there is too rough for normal cars.

Find out more about paragliding in our Tour Page >>

Paragliding in Ranau

After a short off-road journey we reached a bald patch where a little hut and a huge, limp wind-sock greeted us. The breeze was steady, but according to the pilots not strong enough for flight yet.

While waiting for the wind a briefing on the procedure and the equipment was conducted. We also signed indemnity forms after hearing about the inherit risks involved in paragliding. It is, after all, an adventure activity.

As if the wind waited for it’s indemnity, the wind-sock billowed and our pilots laid out their paragliding rigs.

The take-off zone is a large, grass square that slopes down and into a cleared dirt patch, which in turn ends in dense shrubs dropping away with the side of the hill.

The first of our intrepid explorers got strapped into the harness. A snug fit, the harness is a bulky affair. Not only does it perform the obvious function of securing you to the pilot and paragliding rig, but it also doubles as a comfortable seat during the flight, and has extra padding for a soft landing. A helmet on the noggin completes the safety gear.

Rustic Borneo Paragliding in Ranau, Sabah

Paragliding Takeoff into the Wind

Our paragliding passenger was lead to where the paragliding rig spread out on the grass, pointing into the wind, the direction of take-off. They were secured to the paragliding pilot, who gave final instructions to run when told and not stop until airborne.

In one swift, smooth motion the pilot pivoted to face the paragliding rig, tugged on the strings which made the canopy rise up into the air, and turned around, canopy overhead, passenger in front.

A quick ‘go’ and the pair started running forward, down the grass verge. Just as they were about to reach the dirt patch, they lifted off the ground ever so slightly, but kept running, feet churning in the air.

Moments later as they gained more height, first passenger then pilot shifted back into a sitting position and off they went soaring above the hills and valleys of the Ranau district, the paraglider solid as an airplane’s wing.

Soaring above Ranau

The takeoff seemed a little harrowing, but once airborne a sense of serenity set in. The whole experience hinges on the silence, the weightlessness and the unusual perspective of your surroundings.

You might feel as if you could stay up there forever, casually observing the planet from high up, where it’s quiet and clear.

Depending on the prevailing wind conditions, the paragliding session involves either hanging high above and near the takeoff zone, or flying down into the valley, or perhaps out towards the sports complex.

Whatever the case may be, it will always feel too short.

And so it was that our team from Rustic Borneo experienced the gift of flight with our paragliding adventure in Ranau. High on adrenaline we packed into our van, settling down for the journey back to Kota Kinabalu.

Some took a nap, the excitement of it all perhaps a little overwhelming. Everyone had smiles on their faces, perhaps dreaming of being back up there among the birds and the clouds.

Find out more about paragliding in Kota Kinabalu from our Paragliding Tour Page, or contact us for more information about how you too can soar like an eagle above the Borneo jungle.

 


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Book and climb Mt. Kinabalu with us in November 2015 and we’ll throw in 1 night accommodation at Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, absolutely free! That’s right, a free night accommodation in one of Kota Kinabalu’s top, 5-star resort hotels for you to recover in after climbing the mighty Mt. Kinabalu. What’s the catch? […]

Book and climb Mt. Kinabalu with us in November 2015 and we’ll throw in 1 night accommodation at Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, absolutely free!

That’s right, a free night accommodation in one of Kota Kinabalu’s top, 5-star resort hotels for you to recover in after climbing the mighty Mt. Kinabalu.

What’s the catch?

There is none. After the earthquake in June stemmied the flow of mountain climbers and visitors to the park, tourism to the region has plummeted, and with it the livelihood of many Sabahans.

Our free room night promotion serves to entice climbers back early and stimulate tourism again.

November is a particularly slow month, because climbers are still only able to climb up to Laban Rata at 3,300m and not the peak at 4,095m, as the summit trail will reopen after 1 December.

1 Night Free Resort Hotel Accommodation in Kota Kinabalu

So, to make climbing Mt Kinabalu in November irresistable, we’re sweetening the pot with a free night accommodation in Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa.

This means that after a challenging mountain trek, an overnight on the mountain slopes and a demanding return journey, the 5 star resort hotel on the edge of Kota Kinabalu city will await your tired legs and offer you world-class facilities and service, with beautiful views of the islands in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.

What better way to recover from a draining mountain hike than in the lap of luxury?

Have a look at the our Climb Mt. Kinabalu Package – the free night in Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa will automatically be added when you book to climb in November 2015. Otherwise, do contact us for more information.

Terms & Conditions apply.

 

 

Padas River White Water Rafting by Rustic Borneo’s intern, Amelia Robert Jenet. As part of her internetship at Rustic Borneo, Amelia, a student at University Malaysia Sabah, is gaining experience of Sabah’s travel industry and, of course, the tourism products on offer here. To that end, she took on Padas River White Water Rafting and […]

Padas River White Water Rafting by Rustic Borneo’s intern, Amelia Robert Jenet.

As part of her internetship at Rustic Borneo, Amelia, a student at University Malaysia Sabah, is gaining experience of Sabah’s travel industry and, of course, the tourism products on offer here. To that end, she took on Padas River White Water Rafting and submitted this report on her experience. (more…)

Mt Kinabalu is open for climbing to Laban Rata again! The 1st of September saw climbing Mt. Kinabalu recommence with a small group of 24 multi-national climbers taking on the route to Laban Rata, under the watchful eye of 12 mountain guides, Borneo Post reported. Sabah Parks director, Dr Jamili Nais, told the Borneo Post […]

Mt Kinabalu is open for climbing to Laban Rata again!

The 1st of September saw climbing Mt. Kinabalu recommence with a small group of 24 multi-national climbers taking on the route to Laban Rata, under the watchful eye of 12 mountain guides, Borneo Post reported.

Sabah Parks director, Dr Jamili Nais, told the Borneo Post that 9 of the group spent the night at Laban Rata, while the remaining 15 returned on the same day.

In anticipation of the reopening of Mt. Kinabalu to climbers, the Kinabalu Council of Elders organised boblians from the surrounding villages to perform the traditional Monolob ritual.

The Monolob ritual is performed to ask the mountain spirit, known as Aki, to bless and protect those climbing Mt. Kinabalu.

As Mt Kinabalu is open for climbing to Laban Rata again, we have reactivated our online Mt. Kinabalu Climbing bookings, which prospective climbers can use to check for availability.

Laban Rata lies at 3,330m and is as high up as you can climb Mt. Kinabalu at the moment.

Restorations to the summit trail is ongoing and is expected to be completed by 1 December 2015, after which the full Mt. Kinabalu climbing experience should once again be available.

Check out our climbing Mt. Kinabalu tour, our other Sabah & Borneo tours and adventures, or contact us for a custom, trailor-made itinerary.

Now is a great time to travel to Borneo to take advantage of great prices. Not only is the currency favourable, but Rustic Borneo is offering additional discounted tours in Sabah. The variety of tours below is just too good to resist, so read on to see what we have in store for you.   […]

Now is a great time to travel to Borneo to take advantage of great prices. Not only is the currency favourable, but Rustic Borneo is offering additional discounted tours in Sabah.

The variety of tours below is just too good to resist, so read on to see what we have in store for you.

 

1. Kiulu River White Water Rafting

Join Rustic Borneo for Kiulu River White Water Rafting Discounted Tours in Sabah

Kiulu is a picturesque valley nestled in foothills of Mountain Kinabalu. Here the Kiulu River meandres through the rainforest at a pace that offers gentle class 1 & 2 river rapids. Family fun that is exciting, fun and safe.

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2. Padas River White Water Rafting

Book Padas River White Water Rafting Discounted Tours in Sabah

If you want to step up your Borneo white water rafting experience then the Padas River will be more your style. Class 3 & 4 rapids makes Padas River White Water Rafting suitable for adventurous adrenaline junkies. The journey to get there takes longer, but the thrill of hurtling down the foaming Padas River in the middle of the Borneo jungle makes it worthwhile.

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3. Waterfall Jungle Trekking

Jungle Trek to Waterfalls with Rustic Borneo Discounted Tours in Sabah

For a complete Borneo experience you have to include trekking in Sabah’s amazing rainforest. Join our Waterfall Jungle Trekking day tour for a day in the jungle with an enthusiastic expert who will open your eyes to the rainforest’s critters, plants and eco systems. Dip in a pool at the base of a beautiful waterfall and be one with nature.

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4. Salt Trails – Trekking the Crocker Range Mountains

Salt Trails Jungle Trekking Discounted Tours in Sabah

The Salt Trails offer a 4-day itinerary of jungle trekking through Sabah’s remote rainforest areas. Requiring fitness and determination, the Salt Trails Jungle Trekking is an unfortgettable experience for people who love trekking in the jungle, across mountain peaks, down lush valleys and through raging jungle rivers.

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5. Sandakan Wildlife Encounter Day Tour

Wildlife Encounters at the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehab Centre in Sandakan, Sabah - Rustic Borneo's Discounted Tours

Escape from Kota Kinabalu for a day to Sabah’s east coast and a visit to the natural treasures that surrounds the city of Sandakan. The Sandakan Wildlife Encounter is a guided tour on which you’ll experience the famous Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre and Rainforest Discovery Centre.

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6. Tip of Borneo Day Tour

A village of gongs on the way to Kudat with Rustic Borneo

A must-visit destination, the Tip of Borneo is Sabah and Borneo’s most northernly point. Located near the town of Kudat, the Tip of Borneo Day Tour brings you to some of Sabah’s most beautiful beaches to experience not only nature’s bounty, but also the colourful local culture. Play on the beach, then visit a Rungus longhouse, a village dedicated to making the local gong instrument and a Borneo bee farm.

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7. Proboscis Monkey & Firefly River Cruise

Rustic Borneo's Proboscis Monkey & Firefly River Cruise in Sabah, Malaysia

Meeting Proboscis monkeys, one of Sabah’s wildlife celebrities, with the big noses and fat bellies, is an unforgettable experience. Our Proboscis Monkey & Firefly River cruise is a chance to meet not only Proboscis monkeys, but also Macaques, buffalo and a variety of Sabah birds on an evening cruise down an idyllic river. Then enjoy a local dinner before heading into the dark night for the light show staged by an abudance of fireflies.

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8. Mari Mari Cultural Village

Book Mari Mari Cultural Village with Rustic Borneo in Sabah Malaysia

The best way for visitors to Borneo to learn more about the diversity of culture, traditions and people in Sabah, Malaysia. Mari Mari Cultural Village offers a halfday experience of the dwellings, cuisine, customs and custumes that make Sabah such a interesting and engaging destination.

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9. Snorkeling in the TAR Marine Park

Snorkelling with Rustic Borneo in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Too good to resist, the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TAR Park) is visible from Kota Kinabalu city and only 10 minutes away by boat. Still, it offers great beaches and amazingly vibrant colar reefs, teeming with life that is a pleasure to snorkel. Our Snorkeling day trip in the TAR Park brings fun in the sun amongst the fishes of the South China Sea.

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The discount code “EnjoyLife” applies to the tours listed on this page only and is valid for online bookings only received before 30 September 2015 and travel completed before 31 March 2016. Our normal booking Terms & Conditions also apply.

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Kiulu River White Water Rafting by Rustic Borneo’s intern, Amelia Robert Jenet. As part of her internetship at Rustic Borneo, Amelia, a student at University Malaysia Sabah, is gaining experience of Sabah’s travel industry and, of course, the tourism products on offer here. To that end, she took on Kiulu River White Water Rafting and […]

Kiulu River White Water Rafting by Rustic Borneo’s intern, Amelia Robert Jenet.

As part of her internetship at Rustic Borneo, Amelia, a student at University Malaysia Sabah, is gaining experience of Sabah’s travel industry and, of course, the tourism products on offer here. To that end, she took on Kiulu River White Water Rafting and submitted this report on her experience.

I never thought that I would be given the chance to go on a trip like this and, to be honest, I am terrified of water, let alone water with such strong current.

Yet, there I was waiting for the bus to Kiulu River. I figured that since the Kiulu White Water Rafting is a moderate adventure, if it’s an excellent trip for a family, I would be OK for me too.

The road to the Kiulu River valley, near the town of Tauran, is about an hour’s drive from Kota Kinabalu and is surrounded by beautiful, natural scenery as the road winds its way through the stunning Kiulu River valley.

Upon arrival at the Kiulu River White Water Rafting base camp, which is the ending point of the rafting, we prepped our gear for the rafting before transferring to the starting point some 15km further up the road.

The Kiulu River White Water Rafting is about 15km long and is said to be the longest rafting trip in Borneo. It can take from an hour and a half up to two hours of rafting before reaching back to the ending point.

After we arrived at the starting point we were given a safety briefing, conducted by our expert guide, Mr. Spiderman. He mentioned his real name, but the excitement of the kids in the group at the mention of Spiderman drowned it out, so Mr. Spiderman he became.

The white water rafting crew also instructed us on how to use the paddle, maintain balance on the raft and properly secure the helmet and life jackets. Then it was time grab paddles, our weapons with which we were to battle the Kiulu River White Water rapids.

According to Mr. Spiderman and judging by the level of the river, our rafting session would take about an hour and a half, but would ultimately depend on how efficient our paddling would be.

I was in a group with a family of 6 from Germany and although I was nervous at first, our guide kept cool and entertained us with his sense of humour, joking about crocodiles in the river.

As we paddled down the river, we concentrated on keeping the raft from overturning in the rapids, but at one point where the river was calm and deep, Mr. Spiderman suggested that we hop in the river to cool down and do some free floating body-rafting. The entire German family jumped overboard without hesitation. Myself and the guide stayed in the boat, close to them, and after a while fished them out of the water again.

All too soon our journey down the Kiulu River White Water rapids were over. Back at the ending point a hot, buffet lunch awaited us, which we eagerly attacked. We chatted about our day’s awesome experience white water rafting while replenishing our lost energy from the rafting excitement.

It was an awesome day of fun on the river and during the journey back on the bus, it had me thinking: is it perhaps time to think about the Padas River?


Rustic Borneo Travel specialises in taylor-made holidays in Sabah, Borneo and South East Asia. Browse through our holiday packages, create your own holiday with our Holiday Creator, or contact us with your preferences and allow us to creature your perfect holiday. If you’re in town, visit us at our Traveller Service Centre in the heart of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.