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The island of Borneo is the third largest island in the world and the tips of Borneo is located at the northern end of the island of Borneo. The meeting of two oceans between south china sea and sulu sea. This area is windy and the end of the west coast of Sabah.
There is a beach overlooking the South China Sea near the tips of Borneo, while in the east there are many stones. From here we can look Banggi island belongs to Malaysia and close to Pahlawan Island Philippines . Residents of the two countries often visit because there is a link family beforehand.
Pick up from hotel in Kota Kinabalu city for about 3hrs drive
scenic countryside to the North of Kudat, passing views of paddy fields, villages, oil palm plantation, local stalls selling handicraft and food items. First visit is Gombizau Honey Bee Farm is located in Matunggong, a sub-district 43 kilometers south of Kudat town, where one of the economical activities for the village community is honey bee farming. En-route visit Sumangkap Village, well known for its “Gong” making skill by its local artisan.
Proceed to the Bavanggazo Village for a Longhouse visit. Built entirely using local materials, it is a home to the Rungus people community, a sub-tribe of the indigenous kadazandusun. Observe their very own unique bead works, lifestyle and costumes. Here, you would experience a local native Rungus style lunch.
For the highlight of your tour, continue journey for about 1 hour to reach you on a hill, the Simpang Mengayau. Perhaps a chance in your lifetime, upon reaching here, one must know that you are now standing right at the tip of Borneo, hence its popular name “The Northern Tip of Borneo” with long stretch white sandy beach, the breeze of wind blow. Transfer back to your hotel .
Include : English speaking guide, entrance fee to Gong Making Factory, Bee Farm, Long House, lunch, and return transport
Tip Of Borneo Tour
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