Penampang Village Homestay

Best deal from us:

3 Days 2 Nights

RM350.00 per pax (minimum 10 pax)

Visit to pineapple plantation/mushroom, Tagal River, Fishery and Agriculture, Traditional Food/Drink Learning, Traditional dance & music, Community Museum Kg. Pogunon, Minyak Kelapa Dara, Handicraft, Jungle Trekking


The penampang Village Homestay is situated close to the Kota Kinabalu / Tambunan highway, can be your gateway to the interior of Sabah in Malaysia, the towns of Tambunan, Keningau and Tenom. The Village Homestay, located 16.5km from Kota Kinabalu, is an ideal accommodation to stay on holiday for the locals as well as foreign visitors.


Home Facilities

  • Toilet
  • Air conditioner
  • WiFi
  • Kitchen
  • Car Park
  • Television

Local/Nearby Facilities

  • Bank
  • Mall
  • Market
  • Football field
  • Balai Raya
  • Clinic


  • Native Food Delicacies
  • Native Costumes Photography
  • Native Wedding Ceremony
  • Jungle Tracking
  • “Babagon” Pineapple Planting.
  • Rubber Tapping Experiences.
  • “Tagal” System
  • “Tapai” Processing (Rice Wine)
  • Village & City Tour.
  • Kampong BBQ Style
  • Traditional Dance Performance.
  • Traditional Herbal Garden.
  • Traditional Handicrafts

Places of interest


Pogunon Community Museum - depicts the first barter trading with the Chinese way back 15 century
St Michael Church Penampang - Oldest Church: survived from being bombed during Japanese occupation
Legendary Political figure of Datuk Peter Mojuntin
a) visit River site recreational areas where clear water flows on boulders and rocks
b) picnic, swimming and lodging areas at the river site
Weekly Markets (Tamu) Farmers bring their fresh agriculture products of great varieties
Village Tour
Experience and feel the lush green vegetation of various fruit trees, jungle plants, creepers, flowers and different village homes made from Bamboo..
Donggongon - a Big, Busy , commercial town in Penampang. It has the longest mall in Sabah, local banks, public library, Fire and Police Government Department.
Sabah Park Zoo
* Sugud Fire Forest. Provides beautiful scenic view of the country side. a jungle hike will lead to a majestic waterfall.
* Borneo Heritage gives one a glimpse of a story of a wooden carved figure of a woman through a teary theatre show.
* Monsopiad Heritage. A historical place that depicts the aged of Head Hunting.
* The Rafflesia Centre where one if lucky be able to see it in bloom.
* The Butterly Farm where one can find all kinds of insects and local jungle orchids plants.
The Cultural Village Centre and Sabah Museum welcome Tourist. Valuable information on cultural aspects of Natives are provided through art galleries.
Restaurants with Traditional Cuisines where one can not only taste exotic food but also learn how to prepare them.
EDUCATIONAL VISIT: School visits - Primary and Secondary with activities or exchanged programs.
Language learning for students.
1. Repairing of poor homes/community hall/upgrading library in village
2. Village beautification
3. Tree Planting
4. Organic Farming
5. River Cleaning
6. Nursery plants in village



01 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018


Your Coordinator

Evelyn Masudal 6088-717202 / 016-8300224 6088-727492 (fax)

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”