Melangkap Homestay

Best deal from us:

3 Days 2 Night Package

RM180.00 – RM250.00 per person.

Activities:
Refreshing, River Bathing, Outdoor Activities, Jungle Trekking, Morning Glimpse of Jungle, and Mt.Kinabalu Waterfall, Fishing & Tamu


Description

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.

Activities

Culture

  • Traditional Dance (“Kili-kili”)
  • Traditional Music
  • Foods
  • Agriculture
  • Farming
  • Craft (Parang / Clay Pot / Rattan mat basket & Rattan ball making)
  • Trade (Day Market)
  • Studies

Adventure

  • Mount Climbing (Mt. Mourun & Mt. KInabalu)
  • Jungle Trekking (Trekking to farm & waterfall)
  • Waterfall
  • Trap Setting
  • Bat Cave (Trekking to Cave)
  • Hydro Power Station

Nature

  • River (Bathing, Rakit, Tubing & Fish trap)
  • Orchard
  • Mountain View
  • Jungle
  • Animal
  • Fruits (Seasonal picking)

Events

People & Culture

01 Jan 1970

Food Carnival Koposizon Homestay papar

01 Jun 2013 - 02 Jun 2013

Synopsis

Sharing the traditional food , Culture, life style and hospitality of the Kadazan Papar.

Slide-Big

01 Jan 1970

Rainforest Festival

07 Dec 2012 - 09 Dec 2012

Traditional Sport Carnival

24 Nov 2012 - 25 Nov 2012

Mountain Homestay Music Festival

14 Sep 2012 - 16 Sep 2012

The 'Ocean' Rhythm Festival

07 Sep 2012 - 09 Sep 2012

Mountain Festival

28 Jun 2012 - 30 Jun 2012

Taun Gusi Village Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Moido Waloi Homestay Abai

01 Jan 1970

Baloi Kito Mayu Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Bilit Homestay Kinabatangan

01 Jan 1970

Miso Walai Homestay Kinabatangan

01 Jan 1970

Tambunan Village Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Mesilou Atamis Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Mitabang Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Penampang Village Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Koposizon Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Long Pasia Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Walai Tokou Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Misompuru Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Toginambur Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Tanak Nabalu

01 Jan 1970

Melangkap Homestay

01 Jan 1970

General info of Sabah

01 Jan 1970

Tambunan

01 Jan 1970

Sandakan

01 Jan 1970

Penampang

01 Jan 1970

Papar

01 Jan 1970

Long Pasia

01 Jan 1970

Kundasang

01 Jan 1970

Kudat

01 Jan 1970

Kota Belud

01 Jan 1970

Kiulu

01 Jan 1970

Homestays in Sabah

01 Jan 1970

About Homestay

01 Jan 1970

Slider

01 Jan 1970

Sample Page

01 Jan 1970

Your Coordinator

Rubbin Guriba 088-491828 / 019-8316897 midrilhh@yahoo.com

Did You Know

The biggest pitcher plant in the World

Nepenthes rajah can be found in Mount Kinabalu, Sabah is the biggest pitcher plant in the world can be filled with 2 liters of water which is about 8 cups of coffee.