3 Days 2 Night Package
RM180.00 – RM250.00 per person.
Refreshing, River Bathing, Outdoor Activities, Jungle Trekking, Morning Glimpse of Jungle, and Mt.Kinabalu Waterfall, Fishing & Tamu
Melangkap Homestay is situated in Kota Belud, about 98 kilometer from Kota Kinabalu and 63 kilometer from Tamparuli. It takes about one and half hours driving time from the Kota Kinabalu city and from either ways.
Melangkap homestay is also located at Low’s Gully outlet which is known as the hidden paradise for the visitors and a hidden treasure to the local due to it’s unique beauty and rich nature. The gull covered by evergreen forest and a home to thousand of living species like vegetation, flowers and animals that are yet to be explored. Out of the mountain rocks, from various source, a cool crystal clear water forming the Pantaran River flow down into the valley and at the door step of Melangkap Homestay.
Melangkap was known internationally in 1994 when news of five british soldier who ventured and lost their way in the Low’s Gully were highlighted and published. The five soldiers eventually made their own way to this village and received with warm welcome in the simple and genuine Dusun hospitallity. They were nursed until fit to return to their base in the state capital of Kota Kinabalu and later to their home country.
- Traditional Dance (“Kili-kili”)
- Traditional Music
- Craft (Parang / Clay Pot / Rattan mat basket & Rattan ball making)
- Trade (Day Market)
- Mount Climbing (Mt. Mourun & Mt. KInabalu)
- Jungle Trekking (Trekking to farm & waterfall)
- Trap Setting
- Bat Cave (Trekking to Cave)
- Hydro Power Station
- River (Bathing, Rakit, Tubing & Fish trap)
- Mountain View
- Fruits (Seasonal picking)
Your CoordinatorRubbin Guriba 088-491828 / 019-8316897 email@example.com
Did You Know
The most expensive orchid in the world
Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid considered to be the “aristocrat of slipper orchids”; it grows wild in Mount Kinabalu and has won many awards and perhaps the most expensive orchid in the world. It takes 15 years to bloom from seedling earning the title “Gold of Kinabalu”