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2D1N Mt Kinabalu Package | Mount Kinabalu Climbing Permits

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2nd Highest Mountain in Malaysia

2 Days 1 Night
RM 1,480.00 per pax 

Mount Trusmadi with height 2,642 meters is the second highest mountain in Sabah and Malaysia after the Majestic Mount Kinabalu. Be surprise it is a tougher challenge to climbers compared to Mount Kinabalu. 

The name “Trusmadi” is originated from the Dusun words (pinotorusan Madi). Pinotorusan means Hunting Ground and Madi is the name of a hunter who was used to hunt in Trusmadi.

Day 1 –  Packed Lunch and Dinner

10.00 am – Pick up from the hotel in Kota Kinabalu and depart to Tambunan. This small town lies in the heart of the Pegalan Valley, about 2 hours drive over the scenic Crocker Range from Kota Kinabalu.

12.00 pm – Reach Tambunan Town.

1.00 pm – Depart by 4 wheel drive from Tambunan Town to Trus Madi which will take you into the forestry Reserve starting point at Taman Kitingan (1,627m) which is just 4900 metres from the summit.

2.00 pm – Arrived at the starting point Taman Kitingan. Register with permit , continue journey to the rest house at Taman Sulaiman approximately 2 hours 30 minutes.

4.30 pm – Expected to arrive at the rest house.

5.00 pm – Hi Tea, coffee or tea and local food

6.00 pm – Have an early buffer dinner

7.30 pm – Free and easy, stay overnight at the rest house.

Day 2

1.00 am – Wake up call

1.30 am – Proceed Supper Breakfast

2.00 am – After supper, briefing conduct from the Mountain Guide and start trekking up to the summit of Mount Trusmadi

5.30 am – Expected to reach the summit. The pitcher plants are to be found from an elevation of 1,900m all the way to the summit and they get larger and larger as you trek higher. There are also Rafflesia Flower in the area, but they are more likely to be seen at the foot of the mountain. In sunny weather you may well see the largest butterfly in the world – Rajah Brooke

8.00 am – Descend back to the rest house.

11.30 am – Reach at the rest house & enjoy the buffet lunch.

1.00 pm – Return to the starting point Taman Kitingan.

2.00 pm – Transfer back to Tambunan town by 4 wheel drive (vehicle).

3.00 pm – Arrive at Tambunan Town and transfer back to Kota Kinabalu City.

5.00 pm – Reach at Kota Kinabalu City and transfer to your desinated hotel.

  • 1 Night accommodation at Forestry Dept Resthouse ( Taman Sulaiman )
  • Return land transfer from Tambunan Town to Forestry Gate
  • Meals Buffet Breakfast: Fried rice, fried noodles, sandwiches, coffee & tea, Buffet Lunch & Dinner: Local food, chicken, vegetables, rice with Hi Tea
  • Entrance Fee
  • Climbing Permit
  • Mountain Guide
  • Certificate

Things to Wear and Bring

  • Warm jacket and glove
  • Sun block
  • Light weight trekking shoes
  • Personal toiletries
  • Torch or headlamp

  • For climbing package starting 1st April 2015 – Malaysia GST 6% applicable
  • Single Surcharge RM 150.00 applicable for single climber – Refundable if any climber join your climbing activity.
  • Porters ( RM 8.00 / 1 KG)
  • Each participant is required to sign an indemnity form before the tour commences.
  • Price mountain package subject change due to peak season



2 Days / 1 Night
RM 550.00
per person

Visit Sabah is not complete without a trip to the Kinabatangan River is the longest river in Sabah, with numerous ox-bow lakes, remarkable environment of wildlife and fascinating natural habitats such as limestone caves, dipterocarp forests and freshwater swamps.

Its wildlife is extraordinary – 10 primate species can be  found including the famous Proboscis Monkey, endangered species orangutan, Bornean Gibbon, Bornean Pygmy Elephants, fresh water Crocodiles, Hornbills, Kingfishers, Eagles, Toads, Snake and more. A large portion of the area is protected under the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary (a protected area spanning 260 sq km).


Day 1 – Lunch and Dinner

  • Pick up on arrival Sandakan airport or Hotel.
  • Sandakan Jetty for approximately 2½ hours boat journey to Sukau Rainforest Lodge along Sabah’s longest Kinabatangan River
  • Check in and free and easy.
  • Enjoy delicious buffet dinner, experience a Night Safari walking around the Sukau Lodge area and slide show conducted by local guide.

Day 2 – Breakfast and Lunch

  • Full buffet breakfast
  • Buffet lunch before proceed to Rainforest Discovery Centre. Take a visit the botanical garden with a bird view of the centre from the canopy walk.
  • Check out and transfer to Sandakan airport.

Must Try… The rejuvenating Foot Spa Treatment ( additional charges )

Recommended Flight:

  • Kota Kinabalu – Sandakan: MH2042 ETD 0700 hrs       ETA 0740 hrs
  • Sandakan – Kota Kinabalu: MH 3094 ETD 1815 hrs      ETA 1905 hrs
Package Inclusive
  • Return Transfers
  • Accommodation Sukau Lodge – (additional night RM 90.00)
  • Full Board Meals
  • Safari River Cruise
  • Naturalist Tour Guide

Things You Should Bring and Wear

  • Flip Flop or Comfortable Shoe
  • Raincoat, Sun Hat, Insect repellent
  • Sun Block Lotion
  • Camera, Binocular (Camera fee not included in the package)



Tour temporary not available

Day Trip Hiking Mount Kinabalu Climb Low’s Peak Summit

RM 700.00 per pax (Malaysian)
    RM 800.00 per pax (Non Malaysian) 

To complete the climb to the summit normally require 2 Days 1 night to complete but now you have a chance to do it just in 1 day as the highest peak of the Crocker Range, which is Borneo’s backbone, Mount Kinabalu is both a treasure and challenge. 4,095 metre granite summit a task of stamina rather than skill, and be rewarded with an inspiring view of the sun rising over Borneo.

Now with this day trip trekking package Mount Kinabalu, climbers allow to experience without taking 2D1N Mt Kinabalu package.


  • 5.00 am – Early transfer from Kota Kinabalu city to Kinabalu Natioanl Park. Journey will take approximately an hour 45 mins to reach Kinabalu Natioanl Park.
  • 6.45 am – Upon arrival , registration to be made by our guide while you can take your time enjoying the cool breeze at the Kinabalu National Park.
  • 7.00 am – After registration, meet with your appointed Mountain Guide and transfer to Timpohon Gate – the starting point of climbing.
  • 7.15 am – Start climbing to reach Laban Rata Resthouse.
  • 10.20 am – After rest, proceed the trekking by passing by Sayat-Sayat Hut (final check point).
  • 1.15 pm – Due to safety reason, climber are allowed to stay at least 20 minutes before continue descend back to the Timpohon Gate.
  • 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm –Expected time to arrived at Timpohon Gate. Pickup and transfer back to Park HQ to collect your well deserved Certificate.
  • 6.00 pm – Depart from Kinabalu Park & transfer to Kota Kinabalu.
  • 8.00 pm – Reach Kota Kinabalu city and transfer to guest hotel.

Package Inclusive:
  • Air-condition 12-seater coach return transfer Kinabalu park to Timpohon gate and back to Kota Kinabalu city.
  • Climbing Permit
  • Climbing Insurance
  • Entrance fee
  • Light Snacks & a bottle of Mineral water
  • Local Mountain Guide
  • Certificate

Things to bring:

  • Warm Clothing
  • Waterproof backpack (in-case raining)
  • Sun block
  • Suitable trekking shoe with good grip
  • Torch light (in-case climber are not able to arrive by 6.00pm at Timpohon gate)
  • Energy bars or High energy food
  • Gloves

Important Information:
  • Climbers need to take note of below time restriction given by Sabah Park Authority (Have to Comply)
  • Must Arrive at Laban Rata Resthouse by 10.00 am
  • Must arrive at Low’s Peak Summit by 1.00 pm
  • No refund will be apply if trip to the Summit (Low’s Peak is cancelled by Sabah Park Rescue Rangers also have the right and final decision if the situation becoming worst due to bad weather or safety reasons).
  • Advance booking are needed. Only four (4) climbers permitted one day climb permits issued by Sabah Parks Authority each day.
  • Please bring your Passport as it will be needed during registration.
  • Please wear your Climbing Tag at all time during your day climb.
  • Climbers require and must to sign liability form from Sabah Park Authority.
  • Safety briefing will conduct at before 7.00 am at Sabah Park HQ office.
  • It is recommended that climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb activity. 

Not recommended for climber have history of suffering from the following ailments:

  • Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart Disease, Severe Anemia, Peptic Ulcers, Epileptic Fits, Obesity, Chronic Asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climb
  • This 1 day Mount Kinabalu trekking designed for extremely fit individual and ready for physically and mentally challenge to conquer Mt Kinabalu.

– Kindly take note that the cut off time to reach Laban Rata rest house at 3,272 metres by 10.00 am. For safety reason, the Sabah Park Authority will not allow guest to continue hike to Summit if guest arrived later than 10.00 am.

– Climbers will walk through the rock face plateau to the Low’s Peak(Summit) at 4095.2 metres 1.00 pm. Arrive summit Low’s peak (Must arrive by this allocated time)





                              RM 295.00  per adult
                                                             RM 195.00 – per child ( 4 – 12 years old )
                                                             RM 50.00 – per infant ( 4 years below )

Pontoon Reef is a floating platform the largest reef activity in southeast Asia and located at Sapi Island – Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine park, only 10 mins speed boat from city of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Have you ever imagined walking under the sea without gill? You don’t even need to know how to swim or have special skill such as scuba diving.

Pontoon Reef facilities and attraction:

  • Underwater Observatory
  • Sea walking
  • Discover Scuba Diving
  • Fresh water shower and Changing room
  • Upper and Lower deck dinner area

  • Return land & boat transfer
  • Coffee, Tea and Snack (9.30 am – 11.30 am)
  • Delicious Buffet Lunch (12.30 pm – 1.30 pm)
  • Mask, Snorkel and Fins
  • Life Jackets

Optional Diving and Seawalking Activities
  • 1 dive for Discovery Scuba Diving – RM 250.00 per adult
  • 2 dives for Discovery Scuba Diving – RM 100.00 per adult
  • Seawalking- RM 250.00 per adult
  • Guided Snorkel Safari – RM 50.00 per adult




RM 180.00 per pax
            RM 165.00 (6 pax above)

Kinabalu Park, One of Malaysia’s first world heritage. Situated on the southern boundary, at an elevation of 1,563 metres with facilities accommodation, restaurant, exhibit centres, park offices where overnight climbers must register for Mount Kinabalu. For Poring Hot Spring is in the lowlands, a complete contrast to the Kinabalu Park and famous for it hot sulfuric minerals of this spring. 


  •  7.30 am –  Depart from hotel and proceed to Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia’s Natural Heritage site. Journey will take estimate 2 hours passing by mountainous roads that wind along the Crocker Range.
  • 9.30 am –  A brief stop over at Nabalu, a collection of native stalls selling fruits, vegetables, local produce and handicrafts.
  • 10.00 am – Arrive at Kinabalu National Park, expereince the cool and refreshing mountain air. Clear wheater with a majestic view of Mount Kinabalu.
  • 11.00 am – Proceed for a guided walk along the nature trails with the park naturalist. While walking, listen to the sounds of the jungle and observe nature’s plants, trees, orchids and butterflies. Kinabalu Park boasts with species of plants which includes 1,500 species of orchids, 77 of which are endemic to Kinabalu. The park also supports 289 species of birds and 290 different types of butterflies.
  • 12.45 pm – Depart for lunch.
  • 1.30 pm – After lunch, depart for another for interesting natural wonder, the Poring Hot Spring located approximately 47 km from Kinabalu Park. Poring Hot Spring, named after the tall bamboo plant that is abundant in that area, is a natural spring where hot sulfurous water emit from the ground. Avaialble canopy walkway with suspension bridges are suspended at the top of the canopy for visitors to walk along.
  • 4.00 pm –  Depart Poring Hot Spring for Kota Kinabalu.
  • 5.30 pm to 6.00 pm –  Arrive hotel.

Package Inclusive
  • Air-condition 12-seater coach
  • Local Malaysian Lunch

Things You Should Bring and Wear

  • Suitable trekking shoes
  • Bring raincoat or umbrella
  • Bring extra change of clothing if you decide to dip in the bath at Poring Hot Spring
  • Sun hat & towel

  • Park fee not applicable for Non Malaysian
  • Halal food for Muslim guest
  • The Canopy Walkway  Walkway approximately 60 metres above ground, not for the faint heart




Dugong – Seacow

RM 300.00 (Snorkeling)
                         RM 400.00 (Fun & Discover x 2 Dives)

Mantanani Islands is a group of three isolated islands located northwest of Kota Belud, about an hour drive from the state capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. These islands are approximately 45 minutes boat-ride from the Kota Belud mainland. The Islands are fringed by reefs around which offer at least 20 dives sites in what is arguably the richest location along Sabah’s west coast. Islands boast of crystal clear blue waters filled with a myriad of marine life with possible sighting Dugongs and white sandy beaches making it an excellent destination for snorkeling or scuba diving.


  • 7.15am – Pick up from hotel.
  • 9.15am – Arrive at Jetty located at Rampayan Laut.
  • 9.30am – Depart for Mantanani Island.
  • 10.15am – Arrive at Dugong Point and begin 1st dive or snorkeling.
  • 12.00pm – Back to our Dugong Beach for lunch at Mantanani Island.
  • 1.30pm – For divers, 2nd dive to different dive site and for non diver, snorkel at house reef.
  • 2.30pm – Depart from Mantanani Island to Jetty at Rampayan Laut.
  • 4.00pm – Depart for Kota Kinabalu.
  • 6.30pm – Arrive at hotel.

Important Note

  • Licensed divers are required to bring Log book and Diver Certification Card.

Package Includes

  • Return land and sea transfer from Kota Kinabalu – Kota Belud Jetty – Mantanani Island
  • Grilled Buffet Lunch
  • Snorkeling equipments (mask, fins, snorkel) and unlimited snorkeling for non-divers
  • Diving equipments (weights, weight belt, BCD, regulator, mask, fins, snorkel, wetsuit)





RM 180.00 per pax
           RM 170.00 (4 pax above)

Do you want to tour the whole Sabah in just few hours?

Then visit this cultural village which showcases the 5 main tribes of Sabah – the Kadazan Dusun, Murut, Bajau, Rungus and Lundayeh 

Tour Starts
  • 1st Tour at 10.00 am – Included Lunch  ( pick up 9.15 am from hotel )
  • 2nd Tour at 2.00 pm – Included High Tea ( pick up 2.15 pm from hotel )
  • Last Tour at 6.00 pm – Included Dinner ( pick up 6.15 pm from hotel )


  • Pick up from hotel and proceed to the Mari Mari Cultural village. Upon arrival visitor assemble and briefed on the Village Rules…the Dos & the Don’ts.
  • As you enter through the suspension bridge, you will be fascinated with the sight of a river flowing. Visit each tribe’s traditional longhouse and do some in house activities and stopover at demo. huts. There will be a Welcome Ceremony at one of the tribe houses, proceed for cultural performance.
  • After the performance, visitor will be escort to the Dining Hall and free & easy about 15 mins. to shop, take photos or just relax and enjoy the natural surrounding.
  • Enjoy delectable traditional and fusion cuisines either lunch – high tea or dinner depending tour starts.
  • Time to bid a primordial farewell to the village.
  • Depart back to your hotel.

  • Only for arrivals at 10.00 am and 3.00 pm. For 7.00 pm.
  • There will be no longhouse visit, only pass by and gather at the last longhouse – Murut House, where all the demo. Activities will be performed
  • Watch Youtube video


  • Return transfer in air-condition 12-seater coach
  • Local guide and Cultural Performance & Activities
  • Lunch – High Tea and Dinner (Halal for Muslim Guest)  




Lot No. 1-0-M48-M51
1 Jalan Centre Point
City Parade Centre Point Sabah
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia.


Buffet Lunch with Snorkeling Gear


Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, the five islands of the Tunku Abdul Marine Rahman Park aka TARP and their surrounding seas have long been a haven of peace and tranquility. The islands protect the natural vegetation, animals and the underwater gardens of the coral reefs that provide visitors with endless hours of enjoyment.

5 Islands under Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park – Sapi, Manukan, Gaya Mamutik and Sulug.

The marine  park is only 20 minutes by boat from Kota Kinabalu waterfront. The TARP is a major landmark of the city and famous for the it’s crystal clear waters and beautiful corals, just a stone throw away from our capital. The park s very popular for activities such as sun bathing, BBQ, diving, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, windsurfing and recently parasailing which offers beach bums a great bird’s eye view of the city and the islands with Mt. Kinabalu as the back drop!


Add on for Coral Flyer Zipline: MYR 70 for (Malaysian) – MYR 95 for (Non Msian)

Packages Includes

  • Return transfer in air-condition 12-seater coach
  • Island boat transfer (Every hour departure)
  • Terminal & Sabah Park fees
  • Snorkeling Gear
  • Delicious Buffet lunch Seafoods & Malaysian Foods – Eat all you can !

Things to bring

  • Sun Tan lotion
  • Personal toiletries
  • Swimming attire and extra clothing
  • Sandals or Flip Flops



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Borneo Climb & Dive Sdn. Bhd. specializes in nature based tours with packages. As a Mount Kinabalu Agency and Dive operator, we places a special focus on diving tours both the east and west coast of Sabah.

We offer both local and foreign tourists a wide range of things to do while in Sabah, (such a city tours, mount climbing & wildlife observation), to sea-based activities (diving and snorkeling).