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Sabah Package Price 2024 – 4 Days 3 Nights

Sabah package ready fro you.You want to go to Sabah but don’t know where to visit? You can plan the way for you to come to Sabah and the places you can visit.

Sabah package price offered is according to the number of people. The more people, the cheaper. You can compare prices on the Internet to get package prices according to your pocket.

The price of the package :

  • 2-3 PAX
  • Adult- RM 959
  • Child- RM 768


  • 4-6 PAX
  • Adult- RM 759
  • Child- RM 608


  • 7-10 PAX
  • Adult- RM 599
  • Child- RM 480


  • 11 PAX and above
  • Adult- RM 499
  • Child- RM 400


The price of this package already includes a package to Kota Kinabalu, Manukan Island and also a package to Kundasang. 2 Nights in Kota Kinabalu and 1 Night in Kundasang.

Tentative Sabah Package

The following estimates are subject to change. Check the weather conditions too. We hope the weather will allow for our trip later.  There may be a slight increase/decrease in price according to the desired tentativeness.


(Kundasang Tour & Kinabalu Park)

– Arrival at International Airport (KKIA)
– Depart to Kundasang (journey takes 2 hours)
– The house is upside down

Rumah Terbalik (Upside Down House) in Borneo is the first upside down house in Malaysia
Customers will be able to see a traditional Sabah village house complete with kitchen, living room, bedroom, toilet, veranda and garden in a new perspective

– Nabalu town

Local’s favourite pit-stop before reaching Kundasang town. 12 km before Kinabalu Park is the cute little Pekan Nabalu shoplots, tourists’ favourite resting point before reaching Kundasang town.

Driving up the highland, it is hard not to miss this stopover point as the area is usually crowded with the local and tourist-laden vehicles parked in the wide parking space. Visitors can take time to walk around browsing through the many foods and handicrafts stalls established at Pekan Nabalu.

– Kundasang town

Invalid pass in Kundasang Town but do not stop. Although not to buy various types of sales, but stop by to record the moment of being in this town which is located right at the foot of Mount Kinabalu. Against the backdrop of the peak of Mount Kinabalu and the valley at the foot of the mountain that is flooded with villages and vegetable growing areas, you will truly feel calmer when you see the beauty of the landscape around this town.

Synonymous with vegetables and fruits such as cabbage and strawberries, you can clearly see the vegetable garden cultivated by the residents here as a means of livelihood. Being located in the highlands makes it suitable for the cultivation of most cold climate vegetables and fruits.

– Overnight in Kundasang (accommodation provided)
– Dinner


(Kundasang Trip)

– Breakfast
– Desa Dairy Farm (Malaysia New Zealand)

– Kinabalu Park (Timpohon Gate)

Timpohon Gate at Kinabalu Park is the primary entry point to climb Kinabalu – 9km on the summit trail to Low’s Peak with Laban Rata located along the way. This is the first checkpoint taken by climbers in the morning located about 4km away from the park’s office but accessible by road. Heavily fenced, an office records the entry and departure of all climbers and porters using this entrance.

– Poring Hot Spring (Take a bath -*prepare a bathing suit*)

Poring is named after a species of giant bamboo that grows abundantly in the area. It lies in the eastern boundaries and situated some 40km (25miles) from the Kinabalu Park Headquarters. Poring is about 400m above sea level and is dominated by the lowland forest with huge dipterocarp trees easily seen on the trails.

Poring is known for its hot sulphur spring bath which was first developed by the Japanese during world war II.

– Canopy Walk

– Massage fish (tagal)

In the Local KadazanDusun dialect, ‘tagal’ means ‘no fishing’, and the main purpose of the ‘tagal’ is to preserve the environment as well as the ecosystem to benefit the future generation. ‘Ikan Pelian’ or Malaysian Mahseer comes from the family of Cyprinidae. These fishes are specifically trained by the villagers to perform the healing massage activities.

The fish massage is deemed to have a curative effect on those who suffers from psoriasis. Come to Kampung Luanti for regular fish massages and you will enjoy smoother and suppler skin – just like a baby’s bottom.

If the idea of fishes nibbling off your dead skin doesn’t thrill you, try other activities such as jungle trekking and camping. Should you intend to stay longer, Kampung Luanti is also equipped with a homestay programmed to make visitors feel at home every time.

– Lunch
– Stop at a vegetable and fruit stall (Kundasang Town)
– Depart back to Kota Kinabalu
– Dinner


Exploring the Sea Park

– Depart to Jesselton Point (Jeti)

– Depart to Manukan Island (takes 20 minutes)
(basic provided – snorkel mark and life jacket)
– Move to Sapi Island

– Lunch
– Free activities on Batu Sapi island
– Take the boat to the jetty (return)
– Return to accommodation
– Dinner


Sabah Ole-Ole Handicraft Market

– Check out accommodation
– Shopping at selected locations
– Cultural Market (Kota Kinabalu Central Market)
– Local cracker & chips handicrafts and dried seafood (Insurance)
– Textile handicrafts, Sabah pearls & Muslim women’s accessories
– Relax and see the view at signal hill (Kota Kinabalu view point)
– Relax and see the view of Bukit Kokol
– Depart to KKIA end of Sabah package

This the amazing and awesome Sabah package that cover almost the popular place. Please visit LS TOUR for more info.

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