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No.1

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  • 19th Nov 2014

Actually a B+B inside a jungle resort. Walking distance (5-10 mins) to the Orangutan rehabilition center aswell as the Sun Bear Rehab center which is directly across the road from the Orangutans center, both easily doable in a day. Short ride also to see proboscis monkey sactuary too at More
laurence_bruce (Australia) (Couple) Globetrotter


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  • 196 Total Reviews

No.2

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  • 5th Jan 2015

Our favourite accommodation in all of Borneo! It was like we stepped into a magical rainforest treehouse. The room was perfect. Clean with fresh linen. The outdoor bathroom was amazing. The staff were like family and the home cooked meals were not only delicous but great value for money. More
Anonymous (Australia) (Mixed Group) Novice Nomad
  • 97%
  • 5th Nov 2014

LOVED this place. I don't often review places but I was so relieved to arrive here and be met by beautiful staff, a stunning location and the ease of having the free shuttle bus to th eSepilo Orang Utan and Sun Bear sanctuary. My favourite part was lying in the hammocks, reading and the More
Anonymous (Australia) (Female) Novice Nomad


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No.3

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  • 19th Jan 2015

I liked it here and took full advantage of the large sofa/TV! A/C dorm and two plug pints next to your bed. Staff are lovely and keep it impeccably clean. Ideal location. More
Anonymous (England) (Male) Avid Traveller
  • 94%
  • 11th Jan 2015

Really great place. Great common area with computers, couches, TV and movies. Lots of books around and the staff is pretty helpful with any questions you have. More
Anonymous (Canada) (Male) Novice Nomad


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No.4

  • 69%
  • 25th Jan 2015

The hostel has you more or less like a captive, since it is very close to Sepilok center. The dishes served are simple, unimaginative and rather pricey. For more upscale food go up the street to the B and B, which serves things like rack of lamb and even some so so desserts. This hostel is More
matttop4947 (USA) (Male) Avid Traveller
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  • 2nd Jan 2015

I visited off-season and some facilities weren't available. My room was ok if shabby. The area around the pool was filthy although staff were there all day doing nothing apart from taking entry fee. One major complaint: the staff encourage any rehabilitated orangutans that visit by More
Anonymous (Scotland) (Male) Novice Nomad



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