Long Pasia (The Complete Guide)

Before we begin, check out this video we put together of our journey to Maga Waterfall.

In the southwest corner of Sabah, high up in the hills, two rivers meet. One is red (Pasia River) and one is clear (Matang River). At this convergence there lies a sleepy village known as Long Pasia. The inhabitants here are known as the Ludayeh. Lundayeh are friendly and welcoming. Their food is to die for, especially their locally grown rice. Long Pasia is a place of amazing beauty, unspoiled nature, and unique culture and history rooted in the jungle. Visiting Long Pasia is an absolute must if you love adventure and venturing off of the beaten path.

We’ve put this blog together as the first part in a series about Long Pasia. This blog covers everything you need to know about going to Long Pasia and what to do when you’re there. Click on any of the links below to navigate to that topic.

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View of Long Pasia from a hill in the village.

The Village of Long Pasia

The village of Long Pasia has existed in one form or another in its current area for many generations. Long Pasia’s history is rooted in folklore and legend such as the legendary warrior and first Lundayeh, Upai Semaring. Much of the history people know of Long Pasia and their area revolves around oral history passed down over generations. In addition to the legends, there is archeological evidence of people inhabiting the Long Pasia area more than a thousand years ago. This evidence includes tombs, rock carvings and ceremonial mounds.

Present day Long Pasia is home to about 1000 inhabitants. Most of them are of Lundayeh heritage. The people who live in Long Pasia are typically subsistence farmers. Their primary crop is a type of rice known as Adan and it is absolutely delicious. Adan rice is grown only for personal consumption.  As a result, there are no farmers in Long Pasia who are growing the rice for commercial sale. Despite this, we were able to buy some from a villager when we visited. Ours didn’t last long when we got home, we ate it right away.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) put together a cool brochure on Adan rice.  Click Here to view it.

Only the basic necessities

Due to it’s remote location, Long Pasia remains a place of only the basic necessities. There is no electricity here. Some houses have a generator that they run for a few hours at night for light and a bit of TV watching.

There is no paved road to Long Pasia. The village can only be reached by a fairly primitive dirt road used by logging trucks. Subsequently, during times of heavy rain the road becomes very difficult to navigate and is only passable by 4 wheel drive vehicles.

Although Long Pasia is a difficult place to get to, some modern comforts have begun to spring up. Within the past few years, a cell phone tower has been constructed and the villagers are able to now get 3G phone signal and reliably make phone calls. Many people in the Long Pasia also have satellite TV. Additionally, the village has a clinic, a primary school, churches, and a library. On the outskirts of the village, there is a small military base for soldiers who are tasked with monitoring the nearby border of Sabah and Kalimantan (Indonesia).

A recent solar power installation for the Long Pasia school.

Despite the existence of these modern implements, visiting Long Pasia makes you feel like you have stepped into another world. A world where the hustle and bustle of our modern lives becomes unimportant. No doubt this is partially due to the remoteness, but a much larger part of this is the amazing Lundayeh people who inhabit Long Pasia and their chilled out way of life.

The Lundayeh People of Long Pasia

The Lundayeh people of Long Pasia share common roots with other peoples in the highland areas of Sabah, Sarawak, and Kalimantan. Although they are of the same heritage, the Lundayeh in Sarawak and parts of Kalimantan, are known as the Lun Bawang.  If you ask a local in Long Pasia, they will tell you they are Lundayeh.

Jerry, our amazing Lundayeh guide.

In the not too distant past, the Lundayeh practiced headhunting, much like many of Borneo’s indegenous tribes. Headhunting is in the past now and the way of life here is a relaxed one. The inhabitants of Long Pasia are some of the most welcoming and accommodating people you will ever meet. Furthermore, it’s evident in one of their favorite sayings, “Pelan Pelan”, which means slowly*.

*”Pelan pelan” is a slang variation of the Malay word perlahan, which means slow or slowly. When said twice in a row, it is done so for emphasis.

Why visit Long Pasia?

Long Pasia is truly off the beaten path. Due to it’s remote location there are few, if any tourists. Usually if there are tourists, they are mostly Malaysian. If you are looking to get off the tourist trail, this is a prime location. It’s not just being off the beaten path that makes Long Pasia worth visiting.

Long Pasia offers you an array of experiences. Here you will find incredible natural features, amazing jungle, historically significant sites, and the unique culture of the Lundayeh people of Sabah. If you are looking for adventure, Long Pasia is a good choice. The opportunity for hiking is pretty limitless. Some of the guides in Long Pasia know the jungle so well that they can take you just about anywhere.

In our opinion, this is one of the best places to visit in Borneo or Asia for that matter. Long Pasia has it all, adventure, culture, history, and people who really welcome you like family.

This recent news article by the New Straits Times, highlights some of these historical treasures in Long Pasia and their fragility.

Ultimately, Long Pasia will become a more modern place as Sabah continues to advance.  It’s great for the people there.  Conversely, it means Long Pasia may not remain the quaint sleepy village it is forever.  For this reason,  If you’re thinking of going to Long Pasia, we recommend heading there sooner rather than later.

Visiting Long Pasia

Top Peak Travel provides several packaged options to visit Long Pasia and stay with our friend, Nooh Dawa. You can visit our tour package page here if you are interested.  For something more in depth, we can put together a custom package to suit your liking.

If you want to go on your own, we’ve done our best to provide you with the relevant information that you might need to find your own way, but if you have any questions, feel free to contact us and we can help you out.

How to get there

Getting to Long Pasia is a challenge. From Kota Kinabalu, you’re looking at a drive of about 5 and a half hours to reach Long Pasia. That is of course assuming there has not been any rain. When rain gets thrown into the mix, it means the driving time to Long Pasia can increase drastically.

If you are a visitor to Sabah, we recommend you arrange transport ahead of time.  Furthermore, if you don’t have lot’s of time to spare, it’s best to arrange everything beforehand. You can contact us and we can help you arrange it.

If you want to visit Long Pasia on your own, your best bet is to arrange a driver from the village to meet you in the town of Sipitang. Luckily, it’s relatively easy to find your own way to Sipitang either by bus or taxi. The other option is to rent a 4 wheel drive vehicle in Kota Kinabalu, however, the daily rates can be prohibitively expensive (it is possible to do it though!).


We’ve included the google maps directions below in case you choose to go yourself.  Luckily, google maps has recognized the logging roads and does provide you with the correct route to follow to arrive in Long Pasia.

From Kota Kinabalu, you will follow Jalan Sipitang Beaufort (Also known as A2 or AH150) until you reach the town of Sipitang.

A few kilometers past the city center, you will take the third exit on a roundabout on to Jalan Sipitang-Tenom (if you reach the border of Sarawak, it means you have missed this turn!). You will follow the path at this sign marked “Kg. Paal, Kemabong, Tenom”

Follow Jalan Sipitang Tenom until you reach a right hand turn for Kg. Mendulong (see street view image). There is also a sign at the junction for Long Pasia Homestay (see street view image). This is the road you will follow all the way to Long Pasia. A few kilometers after turning on this road, it will turn into a rough dirt road for the rest of your trip.
From this point, we recommend you rely on Google Maps directions to reach Long Pasia otherwise you may end up turning off onto a road that leads to nowhere. In our experience, these turns are few and it’s not too difficult to make sure you are going the right way.

Again, we must emphasize, if you choose to go on your own, you must have a 4 wheel drive to navigate the bad conditions of the logging roads. Here is the map with directions from Kota Kinabalu

Drive Time from Kota Kinabalu

5.5 hours in good weather.  In bad weather anywhere from 1-3 hours additional depending on the severity of rain.

Distance from Kota Kinabalu

245 km (approximate)

Transportation Information

Kota Kinabalu to Sipitang

  • Road Type: Tarmac
  • Bus Service:  Yes
  • Taxi Service: Yes
  • Private Driver: Yes
  • Type of vehicle required:  Any

Sipitang to Long Pasia

  • Road Type: Unpaved logging road
  • Bus Service:  No
  • Taxi Service: No
  • Private Driver: Yes
  • Type of vehicle required:  4x4, 4-wheel drive

What to expect

To emphasize what we mentioned above, reaching Long Pasia is no easy feat. Over the years, the road to Long Pasia has slowly been improving.  At the present time the road is ok, but it still requires a 4 wheel drive vehicle to reach the village.
No matter how you do it, the drive to Long Pasia is long and rough. Just getting there is an adventure in itself. We recommend stopping along the way to admire the view and take in your surroundings. You will notice that through the course of this drive, you transition from the high population areas of the coast to the sparsely populated interior.  Despite this transition, you might not believe your eyes when you crest the hill into Long Pasia, as you enter a full on village full of houses.

The long drive in will have you thinking Long Pasia must be a tiny primitive place, but you will find that Long Pasia, although remote, supports a healthy population.

Where to stay

Long Pasia has a number of homestays you can choose from. Most of them cannot be found online, but when you arrive in the village, you can ask around or look for this sign above the doors on houses to know if they are offering homestay accommodation.
We recommend Nooh Dawa’s homestay (click here for a link to the map).  Firstly, the benefit of staying with Nooh Dawa is his wife’s cooking. Seriously, it was to die for. Secondly, when you stay with Nooh Dawah, he can directly arrange any trips into the jungle and to the amazing sites around Long Pasia.

What to do. What to see.

Long Pasia is a place of real adventure. There are waterfalls, mountain lakes, caves, ancient rock carvings, flower filled jungle meadows, and wildlife.

In this section, we are going to give you the details on how to reach these places when you are in Long Pasia and after that, we’ll describe several of them in detail.  This list starts off with our favorite place in Long Pasia, a place called Maga Waterfall.

All of the sights around Long Pasia take some trekking to reach, but it is worth it. What is particularly notable is that most of the treks take you through unspoiled, rarely visited rainforest.  That means that you will get a firsthand look at truly wild jungle.

Below is a photo of the illustrated map located near the library in Long Pasia. From the map, you can see that there is a multitude of places you can visit in Long Pasia.

Jungle Trekking – How to visit the sites in Long Pasia

You will have to trek through the jungle to reach most of Long Pasia’s best sites. The terrain is typically rough with lots of hills. Additionally, it gets hot during the day and the humidity can be a bit bothersome; however, due to the high elevation of the area, the level of heat is tolerable.

We recommend that you have a decent level of physical fitness to trek around Long Pasia as some of the treks can be very challenging and all of them take some effort.  The difficulty is due to the hilly nature of the highlands and the immense growth of tropical jungle.

It’s important to realize that if it has rained recently, there will be a lot of leeches. There is no method to avoid leeches completely, but there are many ways to mitigate leeches. The good news is that they aren’t dangerous, just annoying and strange.  In fact, leeches aren’t known to transmit diseases.  They leave that to the mosquitoes.


Generally speaking, you will need a guide to be able to visit any of the sites around Long Pasia. You can arrange a guide through The “Guardian of the Jungle” himself, Nooh Dawa.  Conversely, you can arrange your guide ahead of time by contacting us (link below). It is our understanding that there are a few other guides around the village, but we are not sure who they are (If you happen to know, leave a comment and we will add them in). Guides can be arranged upon your arrival, but we highly recommend arranging one beforehand. If you’re interested, you can contact us and we can arrange a jungle guide for you.

You definitely need a guide to visit the sites around Long Pasia due to the fact that the best sites to visit are typically several kilometers from Long Pasia, through thick jungle. The trails aren’t easily discernible and even more so, there is sometimes no trail all. It’s certainly not all bad to bring a guide because they are very knowledgeable about the jungle, they can help you carry and prepare your food (yum!), and above all, if something happens, they know the fastest routes and the quickest ways to find help.

Top sites to see in Long Pasia

We’re gonna fill you in on the best places to go in Long Pasia. Firstly, we’ll start with our favorite, Maga Waterfall.
Maga Waterfall
Maga Waterfall is an absolutely stunning multi-tiered waterfall located in pristine rainforest. It’s about an 11km walk from Long Pasia.  On the whole it takes 4-8 hours depending on your fitness level, weather conditions, and how often you stop. In addition to its beauty, the waterfall is shrouded in legend and the locals revere this place as a magical place.

The water in the river is dyed red. This is not from mud, but appears to be due to some other natural phenomenon like minerals or tannins; however, we aren’t completely sure.

First Tier of Maga Falls.

Above the waterfall, at a point where 2 rivers converge is Nooh Dawa’s camp. He and his sons have hauled all of the materials here on foot and built everything. The facilities are basic but comfortable. Just below the camp, the confluence of the two rivers has created a great spot for swimming.

The chilly water of the river is amazingly refreshing, especially following a hard day’s hike to reach the camp.

In summary, if you hike to Maga Waterfall, you will spend the night here with your guides.

Confluence of two rivers at the Maga campsite.

Relaxing at the Maga campsite.

Generally speaking, the trek to the waterfall is pleasant. The terrain is not overly challenging, but the distance and jungle conditions make it a difficult hike to reach Maga. If you are in decent physical condition, it will be no problem for you to reach Maga Waterfall.

Using a fallen log to cross a small river on the way to Maga Waterfall.

As you trek to the waterfall, you will pass several spots that are related to the legend of Upai Semaring.  This includes the large stone slab where he took his lunch and rested. Once you reach Maga, the guides will show you the giant footprint in the rock that came from Upai Semaring.

One of the many large trees on the way to Maga Waterfall.

Your trek to Maga will also take you through some stunning jungle. There are massive trees, wildlife, and enchanting views of the river.
By taking a short detour from the trail that leads to and from Maga Waterfall, you can find yourself at a cave formed by a split in the rock formation. Bats reside in part of this cave and can be heard before you can actually see the cave.
Depending on your level of comfort, you can descend into the cave. It is important to note that descending into the cave is a bit dangerous, therefore you should only do it if you feel comfortable with the conditions.

To enter the cave, you will lower yourself down by scaling the rock and holding on to a large rope. It is a bit hair raising as it is difficult to see what is below you, but that’s what adventure is all about. The interior of the cave is not terribly exciting, rather getting in and out of this cave is the adventure.

Just beyond the cave there are a couple of other notable spots to check out.  First is a small cave known as Lepo Batu. This spot is where the legendary warrior Upai Semaring and his wife found shelter and rested. The indentation in the ceiling was supposedly left by Upai Semaring’s wife when she stood up suddenly and hit her head on the cave ceiling.

Lepo Batu – the cave where the mythical Lundayeh warrior Upai Semaring stayed with his wife.

If you continue on the detour a short bit further, you will come to an area of giant boulders surrounded by cliffs on each side. This is an exceptionally beautiful area and worth taking the detour to check out.
Flower Garden (Pfayeh Maga)
Not too far from Maga waterfall (10-30 minutes) there sits a unique area of the jungle. It is a large open area (which is rare for the jungle) that sees a huge bloom of flowers and orchids from July-September. If you are visiting Long Pasia during this time of the year, this garden is a must see.  When we visited, the garded was out of season.  Due to this, we unfortunately weren’t able to get pictures.
Sinipung Hill (Bukit Sinipung) & Sinipung Lake
Another great place to visit is Sinipung Hill and Sinipung Lake. Reaching this area is a hard trek.  The trail goes straight up the hill.  There are no switchbacks or hiking gentle slopes to the top.  This means that you will spend several hours in the jungle heat going straight up the hill to reach the top. You will find that its all worth it however, as you will be treated with great views overlooking the small valley of Long Pasia.

Just near the summit of Sinipung hill is Sinipung Lake. This lake is shrouded in myth and villagers were afraid to visit for many years. Less than an hour’s trek from the summit, you will find a stunning waterfall called Rekong. Sinipung is home to many types of orchids and pitcher plants. They thrive at the high elevation and if you keep your eyes peeled, you may just find something special.

If you have the time and you are up for the challenge, Sinipung is definitely worth visiting and with the help of a guide, you could wrap this location in with a trip to Maga Waterfall and really challenge yourself.

Rock Carvings

There are two sites near Long Pasia where you can see ancient reliefs carved into rocks.  Batu Inarit is the first and closest site. There is another site located somewhere near the Sarawak/Sabah border. According to local legend, these rocks were carved by Upai Semaring, who was so strong that the carvings were made simply by him running his finger along the rock. Recently, researchers have determined that these carvings are more than 600 years old.

Batu Inarit is the easier of the two to find and also the one that is closer to Long Pasia village. It is located on the Matang River (Sungai Matang) on the way to Fefuken Falls. This video by John Kong shows the Batu Inarit (about 31 minutes in).

The remote forests of Long Pasia are home to an abundance of wildlife. Although you won’t see elephants and orangutans here, there are many animals which are spotted consistently.  We have included a few of the common inhabitants below:

  • Mouse Deer
  • Barking Deer
  • Bearded Pig
  • Langurs (leaf monkeys)
  • Pig-tail Macaques
  • Rhinocerous hornbills

There are many more as well animals as well, however, it must be remembered with jungle trekking in a such an immense forest that there is no guarantee you will see anything. But if you keep your eyes and ears peeled, you will probably have a good chance to spot something during jungle treks in Long Pasia.

In addition to the animals, there are always unique and interesting insects like this bee’s nest we found as we were heading for Maga Waterfall.  Furthermore, if you keep your eyes peeled, you may just see strange and unique mushrooms, orchids, pitcher plants, and much more.

Other Notable Sites

The Long Pasia area contains so many hidden treasures that it would take weeks to see everything and we would have to write a book to fill you in on all of them. Below is a list of some of the other notable sights in this area:

  • Ceremonial Crocodile and Serpent mounds – Ancient mounts constructed for Lundayeh ceremonies.
  • Historical burial sites – One of the burial sites has been determined to be more than 1000 years old.
  • Ancient Chinese Jars – These jars were buried with wealthy members of the area and they are priceless historical artifacts.
  • Fefuken Falls – Another amazing waterfall located on tha
  • Mt Muruk Mio – Muruk Mio is the tallest peak around. It can be reached by trekking from Long Pasia and ancient burial sites and ceremonial sites can be visited along the way.

What to Bring

We’ll keep this list brief. We’ve tried to include all the basic necessities you will need for trekking in the jungle around Long Pasia. If you just staying in the village, you will only need to bring what you would bring to any other town.

First and foremost we want to mention that the daytime can be quite hot and humid.  Night times there can get fairly cool, so you definitely be ready for both hot and cold.

  • Good sturdy footwear suitable for trekking (recommend the local Adidas Kampung shoe).
  • Waterproof jacket or poncho.
  • Water bottle & drinking water.
  • Backpack suitable for trekking (recommend internal or external frame backpack with hip straps).
  • Head torch/handheld torch + spare batteries.
  • Personal clothing (fast drying clothing is recommended).
  • Leech socks.
  • Dry bags or plastic bags to protect electronics from rain.
  • Sunscreen/insect repellent/personal medication.
  • Rehydration salts (available at local pharmacies).
  • Personal first-aid kit.
  • Camera (recommended).
  • Sleeping Bag.
  • Towel.
  • Water purifier (the guides will boil water for you and it is suitable for drinking. If you are worried that is not sufficient, it is recommended to bring your own water filtration).

How Long to Stay

The length of your stay is up to you; however, we have some basic recommendations to help you maximize your time.

In the event you are visiting the village only, 2 nights is probably sufficient.

If you are planning to do any trekking then you should stay a minimum of 3 nights. This allows you to get settled in the afternoon you arrive and have 2 full days for day treks or the ability to do an overnight trek.

If you are planning to visit multiple sites (ex Sinipung Hill and Maga Waterfall) then you will need to stay more than 3 nights. Have a look at our multi-day itineraries for some idea on how long you should stay.

There is no maximum amount of time you could spend in Long Pasia and there are so many things to do and see in the area, you could probably spend 2 weeks here and still not see everything.

How to arrange a trip to Long Pasia

Ultimately, there are a few ways to arrange your trip to Long Pasia. First is by arranging your trip through a local travel agent/tour company.  Secondly is by simply showing up.

The best and easiest way to arrange a trip to Long Pasia is to let us handle it for you (time for our shameless self promotion).

Top Peak Travel works closely with the “King of the Jungle,” Nooh Dawa and his family to arrange a trip for you. We are a full service tour company, so this means Top Peak Travel can arrange everything for you from transport, packaged tours, or your own personalized, custom trip to Long Pasia.

Top Peak has worked with the people of Long Pasia for many years and we have established a great relationship there, however, we’re not the only game in town.  There are several other tour agencies in Sabah that can arrange a trip for you as well. You should have no problem finding agents offering Long Pasia with a few web searches.

If you want to plan and go yourself, it is difficult but not impossible.  There are not many people in Long Pasia who are proficient in English and the phone lines are somewhat hit or miss, but with a dictionary or translator app, you can probably communicate proficiently enough.  In conclusion, your best bet for going on your own would be to simply show up, find a homestay, and with a small amount of effort, you should be able to find a guide.  On a final note, if you want to do it yourself and you have some questions or need some guidance, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We are happy to help you figure it out.

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Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest


August, 2018

Lahad Datu lies in Tawau Division on the east coast of Sabah Borneo. It was once a sleepy small village, tucked into the north side of Darvel Bay. Then, it grew into a bustling center for palm oil and cocoa industry. Moreover, Lahad Datu also has become an important timber exporting port. 

Lahad Datu is at mid-way between Tawau and Sandakan. Thus, anyone can reach Lahad Datu by road from any major town in Sabah Borneo. It takes about 7-hour overland drive from Kota Kinabalu to reach Lahad Datu. While 3-hour drive from Sandakan and 2 ½ hour drive from Tawau to reach Lahad Datu. But, some can opt to take a 55-minutes direct flight from Kota Kinabalu City using MASwings.

With its strategic location, Lahad Datu is a gateway paradise for the naturalist. Danum Valley Conservation Area, Tabin Wildlife Reserve, and Madai Caves are all situated there. This offers any visitors a chance to experience the nature and wildlife in Lahad Datu.

Lahad Datu is believed to be an early settlement area that existed as early as the 15th century. It is proven from the excavations that have unearthed Ming Dynasty Chinese ceramics. During the 19th century, a village named Tunku (east of Lahad Datu) used to be a notorious base for pirates and slave traders.

Danum Valley Conservation Area (DVCA)

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Canopy Walkway in Danum Valley. Photo: Rog

Danum Valley Conservation Area is a paradise for naturalists and wildlife enthusiast alike. It is about 438 sq. km area which 90% of it covered with virgin dipterocarp rainforest. Home to an almost unimaginable number of plants, insects, mammals, and birds, it is really a jungle out there!

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Orangutan in Danum Valley. Photo: Heather Christensen

DVCA is one of the tropical rainforest research establishment in Southeast Asia. It equipped with an extensive list of research and laboratories facilities. Many researchers prefer to make DVCA a base for biodiversity and environmental education. In 2016, one of the tallest tropical tree discovered by the researchers in Danum Valley. With its height reaching about 94.1m, anyone can see the trees through a moderate walk from the field center.

Though DVCA provides a base for researchers, it also opens for naturalists visitors. There are two accommodations available at DVCA, which are Borneo Rainforest Lodge and Danum Valley Field Centre. Borneo Rainforest Lodge offers visitors a luxury feels within the tropical rainforest. An exclusive retreat that provides an international standard of comfort to visitors. What’s more, the lodge is nearby the river. Visitors can enjoy sitting at the verandah while listening to the sound of the rainforest. If they are lucky, they might spot some of the rare birds from the verandah. Borneo Rainforest Lodge has its own jungle trails and a canopy walkway for its guests.

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Borneo Rainforest Lodge Verandah. Photo: Craig Ansibin

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Orangutan in Danum Valley. Photo: Heather Christensen

Danum Valley Field Centre (DVFC) is another accommodation in DVCA. It is available for the most budget-type visitors to spend their holiday in DVCA. DVFC has three different rooms, which are deluxe, standard and hostel. There are several activities that can be done at DVFC, such as guided jungle trekking, morning/night safari, swim in the river and catch a sunrise from atop Bukit Atur.

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Tabin Wildlife Reserve is another nature reserve in Lahad Datu. It largely surrounded by oil palm plantations and an hour drive from Lahad Datu Town. Tabin offers a comfortable wildlife resort in a small river valley. Gazetted in 1968 as a Class VII Forest Reserve, Tabin has an area of 122, 539 hectares. Making it the largest forest reserve in Sabah Borneo.

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Bornean Gibbon. Photo: Andrea Schieber

The existence of Tabin Wildlife Reserve is part of the State Government’s effort to protect and preserve wildlife. In 1984, Tabin declared as a wildlife reserve due to a large amount of Borneo Wildlife spotted there. Some of the wildlife is highly endangered mammals species, such as Borneo Pygmy Elephants, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Tembadau, and Banteng. There are also about nine species of primates and three species of cats recorded in Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Various birdlife species are also spotted within the forest reserve. With large numbers of hornbills and eagles as well as vividly colored birds can be seen flying around at the reserve area.

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

A group of elephants at Lipad Mud Volcano. Photo: Tabin Widlldife Reserve

One of the highlights in Tabin Wildlife Reserve is the presence of several mud volcanoes. The mud volcanoes are known to provide rich mineral salts for birds and mammals. The presence of mud volcanoes are probably the reasons for the high concentration of wildlife in Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Moreover, there is a viewing tower is built at the edge of the Lipad Mud Volcanoes. Making it a perfect location for wildlife observation and bird-watching.

There is an accommodation available in Tabin Wildlife Reserve. It offers anyone a unique and comfortable stay in the jungle lodges as well as a great wildlife experience. There are about 20 units of jungle lodges (10 units River Lodges and 10 unites Hill Lodges) available at the Tabin Resort.

Several activities can be done at Tabin Wildlife Reserve which are:

  • Visit the mud volcanoes
  • Night safari to search for nocturnal wildlife
  • Trekking through the lush rainforests
  • Early morning walk
  • Birdwatching
Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Jungle Trekking in Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Photo: EstherK Borneo

Whether you are a wildlife seeker or just looking for something fun, Tabin Wildlife Reserve will never fail to amaze anyone with a great wildlife adventures experience for Borneo holiday!

Madai Cave

Lahad Datu: A gateway to virgin rainforest

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Another treasure that can be found in Lahad Datu is Madai Cave. It is an integral part of the limestone hills which located within the Baturong Madai Forest Reserve. Home to thousands of bats since hundred years ago and Madai Cave is one of Sabah Borneo’s most important site for supplies of bird nests. The Madai Cave is owned by the local villagers who live outside the cave, which is the Idahan people. Apart from harvesting the bird nests as their source of income, the Idahan people also take cares of the cave during the off-season harvest.

Madai Cave is also considered as the earliest known area of human settlement that existed from over 20,000 years ago. It is proven by the traces of human footprints were found preserved in layers and layers of bat droppings inside the caves. Madai Cave is also a burial site. Although the identity of those buried remains unknown to the villagers, except for grave the of “Nenek Apui” or grandma Apui. “Nenek Apui” is the original founder of Madai Caves but her remains have been dug a long time ago and now has been placed at Sabah Museum in Kota Kinabalu City.

Related article: Exploring Madai Cave 

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Travel Bucket List of Sabah Borneo for Nature Lovers

Travel Bucket List of Sabah Borneo for Nature Lovers

Travel Bucket List of Sabah Borneo for Nature Lovers


August, 2018

Nature Lovers' destinations in Sabah Borneo


Kawang Forest Trekking

Long Pasia trekking expedition

Travel Bucket List for nature lovers

No one can deny that Sabah Borneo is one of the best travel destinations that fit for any travelers out there. Blessed with Malaysia’s highest sacred mountain, lush rainforest, and tropical sandy beaches. No wonder some people said that Sabah Borneo is one of the Malaysian true gems that rich in natural wonders. Even for nature lovers, they would agree to that statement.

If you are a nature lover and won’t mind a little bit of adventure, then choose Sabah Borneo for your holiday. Sabah Borneo will never disappoint you in satisfying your travel cravings. We have listed out some of the destinations in Sabah Borneo that will be perfect for you as nature lovers. It’s time to put them on your travel bucket list!

1) Kinabalu National Park, Kundasang

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Kinabalu National Park. Photo: azry A Hassan

Kinabalu National Park covers about 75,400 hectares of area. It is one of the greatest attractions in Sabah Borneo. Kinabalu National Park gazetted as Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home of some of the richest assemblies of plants in the world as well as various birdlife species. Apart from the abundance of flora and fauna, the park also features the highest mountain in Malaysia – Mount Kinabalu. Kinabalu National Park will not fail to keep you be in awe with its wonderful natural treasures.

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Trekking into the Kinabalu National Park Trail. Photo: Sol495

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

A tourist looking at the rare plants in botanical garden. Photo: Eduard-Ozerin

2. Kawang Forest Reserve

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Kawang Forest Reserve

Kawang Forest Reserve offers a great cityscape day trips from Kota Kinabalu. Take the opportunity to get close to nature. Trekking through the Kawang Forest Reserve offers you a chance to marvel at the nature along the way. Kawang Forest Reserve is also an excellent camping spot and other recreational activities. It is considered as one of the hidden gem of Sabah Borneo as this forest is rarely explored by any tourist. It is a perfect chance to experience the untouched nature for holiday in Sabah Borneo. The best thing about it, it is only about 30-45 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu City. Related article: Top day hikes around Sabah Borneo

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Twisty Vine in Kawang Forest

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Wild mushrooms in Kawang Forest

3. Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp Balcony 

If a day in the jungle is not enough, then why not spend your Borneo holiday in the jungle? Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp is the perfect place to get intimate with nature. The camp is located on the lower slopes of Mount Kinabalu National Park. It sets amidst in the primary rainforest in an idyllic riverside position. You can see there are open-air huts and basic facilities there which creates the jungle vibe. This is a great opportunity for you to spend your holiday in the jungle. You can also gain some knowledge of jungle survival skills from an experienced local guide. Feel free to join the guided day and night walks for a chance to spot wildlife, birds, and plants at the campsite area.

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Relaxing at Lupa Masa Campsite area

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp Mini Waterfall

4. Crocker Range National Park

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Crossing through the suspension bridge 

Jungle trekking is the best when it comes to experience more about the natural wonders of Sabah Borneo. Thus, put Crocker Range National Park into your travel bucket list. The park is rich with flora and fauna, which some of the species are endemic to Borneo. You can also gain insight into locals living in the rural area. Learn a thing or two about the unique culture and traditions that can only be found in Sabah Borneo. Crocker Range National Park is also a good place for birdwatching as it has many rare species of birds that are endemic to Sabah Borneo. It hosted as one of the birding destinations for the annual Borneo Bird Festival. Going for a trekking through the Crocker Range National Park is no doubt will leave a memorable experience in your Borneo holiday.

Travel bucket list for nature lovers
Travel bucket list for nature lovers

5. Maliau Basin

Travel bucket list for nature lovers

Seven tier Maliau Falls

Looking for more off-the-beaten-path for your holiday in Sabah Borneo? Then, plan a trip to Maliau Basin. It also is known as Sabah’s Lost World, as there are many areas in Maliau Basin left untouched. Though few areas explored in Maliau Basin, it proved to be home to some of Sabah Borneo’s rarest and endangered species of wildlife. Such wildlife is Sumatran Rhinoceros, Banteng, Orangutan, Proboscis Monkeys, Borneo Pygmy Elephants, Clouded Leopard and Malayan Sun Bear. There are also about 300 species of Birds discovered in Maliau Basin. Apart from that, various species of pitcher plants, orchids, and Rafflesia flowers can also be found in Maliau Basin too. The main highlight of Maliau Basin is to trek to the majestic 7-tiers of Maliau Falls. So, if you are a nature lover and an adventure seeker, Maliau Basin is the place you should be spending for your Borneo holiday.

Apart from the places given, there are other places in Sabah Borneo that are also worth for nature lovers. It’s never too late to add those places to your travel bucket list and cross them out. Need help with planning your travel to Sabah Borneo? We’re only one click away to assist in your travel arrangement to these amazing places!

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Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo


April, 2018

Sabah Borneo’s geographical structure is not only a mix of beaches and tropical rainforest, but it also has mountainous terrain, which is mostly in the western part of Sabah Borneo. Apart from that, this mountainous terrain has one of Malaysia’s highest mountain being part of it, located on the Crocker Range; Mount Kinabalu is truly a sight to see (4,095 meters above sea level). There are also several mountains and hills in Sabah Borneo that are traversed by an extensive network of river valleys and most are covered with dense tropical Borneo Rainforest. With these mountainous terrains of Sabah Borneo, it is not a surprise that Sabah Borneo is also rich with many spectacular waterfalls, some are not known to many and probably have not even been discovered yet! For the ones that are known or have been discovered, below is the list in which you can put into your Borneo Holidays wish list.

1) Langanan Waterfall, Poring Hot Spring, Ranau

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Langanan Waterfall, Poring. Photo: Epicphals

Langanan Waterfall is located in Poring Hot Springs, Ranau, and it is considered one of Sabah Borneo’s highest waterfalls at about 120 m in height. It is suitable for adventurous trekkers as it requires about 2 hours (or more) trekking through the lowland tropical forest in order to reach the waterfall. Just don’t forget to wear leech socks and wear some waterproof shoes or jungle rubber shoes known as Adidas Kampung to avoid the slippery ground.

2) Kipungit Waterfall, Poring Hot Spring, Ranau

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Kipungit Waterfall, Poring. Photo by: Wen0329

Kipungit Waterfall is also located in Poring Hot Springs and it takes about 20-minutes walk from Poring Hot Springs to reach there. With a height of only about 12 meters, this waterfall offers a perfect place for group or families to go for a picnic and enjoy the refreshing bath.

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3) Mahua Waterfall, Tambunan

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Mahua Waterfall, Tambunan. Photo: Borneo Rimbawan

Take a 1 hour and 30 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu City, passing through small villages and forests on the Crocker Range, until reaching the serene district of Tambunan, where it houses one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sabah; Mahua Waterfall. A pristine natural waterfall that is nestled deep in the tropical forest of the Crocker Mountain Range, it became one of the top local destination among the locals for a weekend getaway. Apart from that, Mahua Waterfall area also offers nature enthusiast to witness the various species of flora and fauna.

4) Ulu Kionsom Waterfall, Inanam

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Ulu Kionsom Waterfall, Inanam. Photo: Bearnerd Bondly

Ulu Kionsom Waterfall is the closest recreational park in Kota Kinabalu City, as it is only about 20 km away from the city or a 30-40 minutes drive from the city. To reach the park, you will pass the entrance of Mari Mari Cultural Village, which is one of the famous tourist destination that showcases Sabah Borneo’s cultural heritage. The recreational park is also known as waterfall park because of its unique features of having multi-tiered cascades of waterfalls over a hill slope. The lowest level is easily accessible via a cement walkway and it is a famous spot for families as well as groups to gather for picnic. However, the upper tiers can only be accessed through a steep jungle trail from the entrance. Please be cautious when walking every step as it is slippery!

5) Gelas Hill Waterfall, Tawau Hills National Park

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Bukit Gelas Waterfall, Tawau Hills Park. Photo: Zulhelmy Abdul Rahim

Gelas Hill Waterfall is located in Tawau Hills Park, which is about 24 km and a 30-minute drive from Tawau Town. A lush green forest and protected park that offers naturalist with its diverse species of flora and fauna that can be found there. To reach Gelas Hill Waterfall, a jungle trail is provided and you will need to walk through the trail for about 2.4km (Note: Be careful when walking on a jungle trail when it is raining, as it will be very slippery and muddy). However, once you reach Gelas Hill Waterfall, get ready to be in awe by the marvelous waterfall view and feel the tranquility of the area. In addition, Gelas Hill Waterfall is also known for its famous picnic spot for families and friends, some adventurous and nature lovers can also camp there in order to experience more on the nature’s beauty in that area.

6) Tawai Waterfall, Telupid

Tawai Waterfall is considered the biggest and least-known waterfall in Sabah Borneo. With its height about 95 meters, it is located deep inside the Tawai Forest Reserve, a Class I protected forest managed by Telupid Forestry Department. Therefore, you would need to apply for a permit from Sabah Forestry Department Headquarters before entering the protected area. To reach Tawai Rainforest Camp, you would need to drive about 4 hours to reach Telupid Town first from Kota Kinabalu City, and another hour drive from Telupid Town to Tawai Rainforest Camp (depends on weather and road condition). Once arriving at Tawai Rainforest Camp, continue on a jungle walk and witness many species of Borneo Pitcher Plants along the way until you are welcomed by the spectacular view of the waterfall. Don’t forget to wear proper hiking shoes and bring some drinking water while trekking to the waterfall.

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Tawai Waterfall, Tawai Forest Reserve Telupid.

6) Murug Turug Waterfall, Tamparuli

Murug Turug Waterfall is the newest tourist destination especially for those who are into hiking activity. One of the hidden gems in Sabah Borneo and located at Minangkob Village in Tamparuli district, which only takes about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu City (For more information, you can check on their facebook page). Before reaching there, you will need to make some booking first before going there, and there are three packages offered ( Package A: Murug Turug Waterfall – 4km return; Package B: 5km return – 3 waterfalls; and Package C: 12km return via Malas Kalas Trail & witness 7 waterfalls) for you to choose. In addition, if you are interested to experience the natural wonders of Murug Turug, be sure to wear proper hiking shoes or the jungle rubber shoes which known as “Adidas Kampung” when you go for a hike and exploring the area. Moreover, feel free to bring some extra clothes, just in case you feel tempted to go for a swim at the clear emerald green river of the waterfall.

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Murug Turug Waterfall, Tamparuli. Photo: Kierra Sally Tan

8) Madai Waterfall, Kunak 

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Madai Waterfall, Kunak. Photo: Imran Kadir

Listening to the gushing sound of waterfalls are always nice to hear, especially when you are there to witness it yourself. A delightful sight when you get to see the 40-meter Madai Waterfall, which is located in the Madai Baturong Forest Reserve, about 15 km from Kunak Town. It attracts many locals and tourist to witness this interesting waterfall which is often referred to as the twin waterfall because it cascades down on two separate sides but merges together when there is a heavy downpour of rain. However, be cautioned not to swim beyond the shallow part of the river because it is known that there is a deep hole at the center of the pool area, plus there is no lifeguard in that area. Therefore, for safety precaution, you can just soak your feet in the shallow water and be mesmerized by the beautiful sight in front of you.

9) Maliau Waterfall, Maliau Basin Conservation Area 

Spectacular waterfalls in Sabah Borneo

Maliau Waterfall, Kunak. Photo: Patrick

An unusual sight if you get to see the 7-tiered Maliau Waterfall for your holiday adventure in Sabah Borneo. It is located deep within the Maliau Basin Conservation Area or known to many as “The Lost World of Sabah”. If you are an avid trekker, this place is considered an adventure to you with its surrounding unspoiled nature, rare species of plants, animal sightings and the Maliau Waterfall as your reward. However, you must obtain a permit to enter Maliau Basin in advance from Yayasan Sabah before deciding to go there. Moreover, you will need to venture into the pristine rainforests that took about 2-3 days(depends on weather condition) to reach Maliau Waterfall.

Apart from these nine waterfalls discussed above, there are still many waterfalls in Sabah Borneo that are yet to be explored. Whatever it is, all waterfalls in Sabah Borneo are amazing when you get to witness it firsthand, and it will be hard for you to not remember the delightful sights of waterfalls as well as its beauty. Can’t wait to dip into the cooling waters of the waterfall? Then, start planning yourself to make a trip to Sabah Borneo!

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Tawau – 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Tawau – 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Tawau – 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Have you ever been to Tawau before? It is the third largest city in Sabah Borneo and it plays an important role as major producer of tobacco, cocoa, and palm oil. It is located on the south east coast of Sabah Borneo, and shares a border with North Kalimantan, Indonesia. However, most travelers will only stop by Tawau for a short trip as it is a main gateway to the fabulous world’s top diving spots of Sipadan Island, which is located in Semporna.

Although Tawau itself is not popular among tourists, it actually has many interesting destinations that no one ever notice before. So, here are 5 things you can do in Tawau after your diving activities in the islands of Semporna.


Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

You can find the Tawau Mural Art at the town area

1) Teck Guan Cocoa Village & Cocoa Museum

Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Teck Guan Cocoa Village Entrance

Since Tawau is one of the biggest producer of cocoa in the world, for sure there will be a production area in Tawau, and it is known as Teck Guan Cocoa Village & Cocoa Museum. The cocoa museum was open for public in 2004, located within a village area called Tanjung Batu, which is roughly 20-30 minutes drive from Tawau City. However, an advanced booking is needed before going for a tour at the cocoa museum and it is recommended to go there in the morning. Fret not, there will be an in-house guide to show you around the museum, starting from watching a 20-minute short clip on cocoa history, to cocoa sampling kitchen, and finally to cocoa processing factory. In addition, you can also experience the nature and fresh air by going for trekking along the tropical rainforest of Cocoa Culture Spring which is about 1-2 km that will lead you to the waterfall.

2) Tawau Tanjung Market

Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Colorful local vegetables at the Tawau Tanjung Market

Looking for the best dried seafood in Sabah Borneo? Then, you should make a visit to Tawau Tanjung Market to purchase it. Equipped about 6000 stalls inside it, this 3-storey market is known to be the largest indoor market in Malaysia! This is because you can find everything here under one roof, as it offers almost all kinds of daily essentials and other goods, from the freshest vegetables, sea and agriculture produce, local snacks, dried seafood, handicrafts, pots and pans, toys to clothings. Apart from that, you can also find interesting products from Indonesia that are being sold there too. This is a good place for you to come as your last stop to purchase souvenirs or dried seafood before departing. Just don’t forget to haggle (even the locals do too!) when buying something from the market.

3) Eating in Tawau

Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Fresh Seafood can be found in Tawau!

When coming to Tawau, you should not miss out to taste the delicious food that can be found in Tawau! One of the top things that you need to do in Tawau as the food is a mix of Indonesian and Sabah fusion, due to Kalimantan Indonesia being the neighboring state to Tawau. Moreover, Tawau is also known for not only among the freshest seafood in Sabah Borneo, it is also considerably cheap too! So, if you are a foodie type of traveler, a visit to Tawau will be like a food paradise for you.

4) Gemok Hill Nature Reserve

Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Strap those hiking shoes and starts to explore the Gemok Hill Nature Reserve

An avid hiker? Then, you should hike and explore the untouched Borneo Jungle which can be found in Gemok Hill Nature Reserve. It is a perfect place for a day hike, where the jungle offers you with it abundance of Borneo Wildlife, interesting species of plants and the tranquility greenery environments. There are seven resting huts provided for you to catch a breath as it will be an hour plus (depending on your fitness level) in order to reach the hill. After hiking, don’t miss out to go on the amazing canopy walkway which is known to be one of the longest canopy walkway (231 meters) in Sabah Borneo. Be amazed to witness the stunning scenery of Tawau Town, the picturesque coastline and the surrounding area.

5) Tawau Hills National Park

Tawau - 5 Things to do for Sabah Borneo Holidays!

Serene river amidst in the tropical Borneo Jungle in Tawau Hills National Park

For nature lovers, a visit to Tawau Hills National Park is a must! It is located about 20 km away from Tawau Town which takes around 30 minutes to reach the quiet and secluded park while passing by hills of oil palm plantations. This park offers many locals and travelers a place for picnic, swim at the river, camping sites and chalets. However, the main highlight activities that can be done in the park is to witness some of the world’s tallest tropical trees, hiking through the lush greenery Borneo Jungle, witness diverse species of flora and fauna, birding activities, visit the spectacular Gelas Waterfall, Sulphurous Springs, as well as climbing the Magdalena Hills(1310m).

There you go, these 5 things to do in Tawau will surely fill your Borneo Holidays with the memorable and exciting trip before or after you go to Semporna for diving activities! Spend a day or two in Tawau and you will eventually experience the unique adventure that you thirst for. Happy travels!

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You need to eat this for your next trip to Sabah Borneo

You need to eat this for your next trip to Sabah Borneo

You need to eat this for your next trip to Sabah Borneo

Have you ever eaten Ayam Penyet before? A delicacy that you should try whenever you visit Southeast Asia. Ayam Penyet is actually a fried chicken that smashed so the meat will be softer. It served with sambal (hot chili paste or sauce), slices of cucumbers, fried tofu, tempeh and white rice. Though Ayam Penyet itself is from Indonesia, you can also find the food in Malaysia! Malaysian adores the food and opened few franchises selling Ayam Penyet.

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Jom Penyet logo

Sweat not, if you are traveling in Sabah Borneo, you can still get the chance to taste Ayam Penyet too! It is none other than Jom Penyet, located at the level 3 Aeropod building in Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu City. The newest food outlet in Kota Kinabalu City which served Malay-Indonesian cuisine. It opens daily from 8 am to 10 pm. Though at times, they do cater for private functions. Some said you can get the best and delicious Ayam Penyet there, and we could not agree more! It’s such an honor for Top Peak Travel to get invited for food tasting. We can tell you that the food there is so yummy and worth for the price.

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo
Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

The interior and exterior of the outlet are of modern concept and we love to see how they decorate the settings. Simple but pleasing to the eyes. The walls at the indoor dining area are creatively drawn like a comic book (wait till you see their menu!). Apart from that, sitting in the dining area will give you a chance to see some actions from the kitchen. There is a large see-thru glass wall that separates the indoor dining area and the kitchen. The best thing is, it is an air-conditioned area and you can bring your kids to dine in there to escape the heat.

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Besides, if you are the type of person prefer to enjoy eating in the open-air, you can sit at the outdoor dining area. Moreover, you’ll be in awe to see the beautiful garden settings that you can see outside. Making it perfect spot for casual dining while enjoying the yummy food in Jom Penyet. There is also a beverage station and a couple of dining tables before the entrance to the indoor dining area.

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo
Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Apart from that, one of the things that might fascinate you is their menu! The menu is creatively drawn like a cartoon artwork. When you browse through the menu, it’s kind of like you are reading a comic book. This is definitely a creative way of presenting the restaurant’s unique features.

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Interesting and creative way to browse through the menu

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo
Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Finally, the food comes. Here’s what we had:

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

So many yummy food in one big bamboo tray!

The food set for us is quite well-presented and it is a set for about 6-8 pax. It consists of Ayam Penyet, charcoal-grilled Tenggiri Fish, grilled lamb, sambal and side dishes. It’s time to eat! The dishes are so delicious, even the food portions given to us is big too. Not forgotten, the sambal is to die for because it is oh-so-spicy-but-wonderful!

In short, every food we tasted is so delicious and it is a must to try. Not only that, all the staff are friendly and attentive towards their guest. We hope Jom Penyet will become as one of the popular spots for anyone to enjoy Malay-Indon cuisine in Sabah Borneo! Want to know the must eat food in Sabah Borneo? Read our articles here: Must-Eat food in Sabah Borneo

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

Check out Jom Penyet latest menu! To know more about them, feel free to check their Facebook page – Jom Penyet.

Before that, don’t forget to share our blog, show to Jom Penyet staff and claim your a FREE ‘Ice Cendol’ dessert!

Jom Penyet Sabah Borneo

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