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The location of this lodge couldn't have been better for visiting Tabin National Park. The night drives are a great way of seeing the nocturnal animals, although it is very easy to spot gibbons and hornbills whilst having breakfast. The rooms were large, comfortable and...More
Stayed 2 nights in late March. There has been an El Nino drought so bugs and rain were not an issue. Elephants are in the area occasionally which is apparently the reason one cannot walk on the (very short) trails alone. Although one can walk...More
We stayed here for three nights in January, 2016. Overall our experience was very positive. We saw a wide variety of wildlife. Dusk and night drives seemed to be the best way to see mammals - we saw bornean pygmy elephants, bearded pigs, flying squirrels,...More
We enjoyed our two day visit to Tabin. It's an upscale jungle lodge set among gorgeous and animal- filled secondary rainforest. Their programs include guided hikes and keep tours during the day and evening. We enjoyed seeing macaques, orangatuans,jungle cats, exotic birds, lizards, and even...More
This is he best tourist destination in Malaysia. Remote. Wild. Exotic. Accommodation is basic but fine. The night and day safaris are awesome. The staff are friendly and very knowledgeable. If you want a adventure recommend you give this a go. Bring your own snacks...More
US$ 501 - US$ 529 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours... More
We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours before when it rained hard. Luckily, all the day tours we did were in good weather. We hit a downpour during one of the night tour and had to came back earlier. It is the rainforest, so it is difficult to expect when it will rain. However if you can go during the drier season, you will expect fewer rainfalls.
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"Hill Lodges have 70 plus stairs to climb. River lodges do not."