Mesilou Atamis Homestay

Best deal from us:

3 DaYS 2 Nights

RM270.00 per person

Activities:
Hiking, Traditional way fishing (Mamaralau), Traditional bamboo music and dance, Highland vegetables, Dairy farm, Nepenthes Garden (endemic pitcher plant), Education video show, Nature walk and Trekking


Description

Kg. Mesilou is a Kadazan-Dusun village located close to Mount Kinabalu in the district of Kundasang, Ranau Sabah. It can be reached by any type of transport in about two (2) hours from Kota Kinabalu and less then 10 minutes drive from Kundasang.

Mesilou us derived from the Dusun words “Osilou” which means yellow, because the rivers that cross the village are yellow naturally colored while “Atamis” means cold climate of te village thus make this homestay popularly known as “The Highest & Coldest Homestay Village in Malaysia”. It lies at an altitude of about 1600m above sea level and the temperatures can be as low as 15┬░C during the night.

The natural resources here, especially the rivers are well maintained. There are many other activities making the village ideal for nature recreation with the friendliness of the local people here.

Activities

  • Traditional fish fishing / “mamaralau” (no fish hook using cotton cord, worm, bamboo stick and pail only)
  • Jungle & river trekking
  • Nature walk & hiking
  • Watching floods
  • Butterflies site & Bird watching
  • Natural swimming pool
  • Pitcher plants trip
  • Special interest – Geology, Botany
  • Bamboo Traditional Music & Sumazau dance
  • Native cooks & local foods
  • Preparing lunch at river
  • Story telling
  • Highland & exotic vegetables
  • Wild and commercial fruits
  • Research & community program
  • Local languages learning & exchange
  • Masilau river jogathon
  • Dairy farm
  • Nepenthes Garden
  • Borneo Mushroom
  • Menteki farm (the largest cabbages farm in Sabah)
  • Kinabalu Park
  • Kundasang War Memorial
  • Poring Hot Spring
  • Luanti Fish Massage
  • Sabah Tea
  • Nunuk Ragang Monumen

Your Coordinator

Amrin Gupili @ Girul +6 019-5802474 / 017-8325578 atamis56@yahoo.com www.mesilau-homestay.com

Did You Know

The most expensive orchid in the world

Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid┬áconsidered 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”