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We stayed at the Gayana Eco Resort for the last 5 nights of our honeymoon, and words won't do justice to the incredible stay that we had. We did the honeymoon package and stayed in the Ocean Villa, and every member of the staff just...More
A great place to relax and chill out. With 2 young kids we enjoyed 4 nights in Gayana, as well as making the most of the facilities at Bunga Raya. There is a scheduled boat service you can get for free over there, where there...More
We just came back from a short two day stay at GER. Overall a fabulous getaway to the island, with clear waters, very friendly and forthcoming staff.
The water villas are a germ and definitely a reason to come back to this resort. If you...More
Very nice resort to do nothing but swim in either the pool, snorkel in the ocean or eat and drink.
We had an Ocean villa where you step out from your balcony straight into the water. Room was a great size, great linen and toiletries....More
Lovely accommodation in a relaxing environment. Recommended for couples, not sure I would bring young children here though. Food was fresh and tasty, overall a fantastic holiday with brilliant memories.
Gayana Eco Resort rests serenely at the edges of Gaya Island off the coast of Borneo. 52 over water villas designed to enhance the soothing sounds of the surf, while capturing the enduring vistas of Mt. Kinabalu on ...Morethe distant horizon. At its heart is about protecting and re-generating our precious Marine Ecology, and the only property to feature its own Marine Ecology Research Centre propagating Giant Clams and restoring damaged coral reefs. Striking the perfect balance of forward thinking ecology and indulgent luxury which pampers both the body and the enlightened soul. Less
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Kota Kinabalu International Airport is closest, about a 15-30 taxi ride to the Jesselton Ferry terminal depending on traffic. We hailed a taxi at the airport and it was much less expensive than the transfer the hotel... More
Kota Kinabalu International Airport is closest, about a 15-30 taxi ride to the Jesselton Ferry terminal depending on traffic. We hailed a taxi at the airport and it was much less expensive than the transfer the hotel arranges. You then have to take a ferry to the resort. The hotel offers two a day for free, two at a discounted rate, and every other time you will have to charter a private ferry, which the hotel will arrange for you. It is not convenient or inexpensive to get to the eco resort.
Yes, you can access the water from the overwater villas though depending on the time of day and tides, you might need to climb down your ladder as it’s too shallow to jump. The water is NOT crystal clear and the snorkeling... More
Yes, you can access the water from the overwater villas though depending on the time of day and tides, you might need to climb down your ladder as it’s too shallow to jump. The water is NOT crystal clear and the snorkeling very disappointing.