KINABALU PINE RESORT SDN BHD,
KAMPUNG KUNDASANG (ALONG KUNDASANG RANAU HIGHWAY)
KUNDASANG, RANAU - 89300
Phone : 6088 316 775 / 6088 319 957
Fax : 6088 315 857 / 6088 889 288
Reservation Phone : 6088 316 775 / 6088 889 388
Email : email@example.com
Property Type : Resorts
Check-In Time 02:00 PM
Check-Out Time 11:00 AM
Property Information Kinabalu Pine Resort is awarded Winner of 2005/06 Malaysian Tourism Awards - Excellence in Hotel Services (2 Star). We would like to thank all our supporters for this great honour. We have satellite television channels, intercom facility and WiFi internet access in all rooms. Unlike our competitors, all of Kinabalu Pine Resort's wooden cabins are fully built using the exclusive Selangan Batu hardwood. There are Standard or Deluxe cabins, with blocks S & N at the resort's crest. Our famous 'The Pines' restaurant garnered an 'A' Grade for Food Premise Cleanliness by the Health Ministry of Malaysia. Kinabalu Pine Resort has obtained Fire Certificate from Jabatan Bomba.
Important Landmarks Nearby While Kundasang is a mere transit stop to those visiting Kinabalu National Park, we wish to highlight several notable points of interests around town. • Kundasang War Memorial - Lest We Forget The Kundasang War Memorial was established as a tribute to World War II prisoners of war who died during the Sandakan Death Marches in 1945. At the time of the marches, 1787 Australians and 641 British prisoners died at, or between, Sandakan and Ranau. Only 6 Australian soldiers survived the war. In 1962, the Memorial was erected with a competition winning entry design by resident architect J.C. Robinson. Within lies the interlocking Australian Garden, English Garden, and Borneo Garden to commemorate all of the Allied soldiers' homelands. • Sabah Tea Plantation Sabah Tea Plantation surrounded by the world’s oldest rainforest of 130 million years old, covers 25 square kilometres at 693 metres above sea level. The largest single commercial tea plantation in Borneo with approximately 4 square kilometres endowed with Camellia sinensis, it is also one of the very few tea plantations in the world certified to produce pesticide-free organic tea. • Poring Hot Springs Poring's natural hot springs are driven by the same volcanic forces that fashioned Mount Kinabalu. Here you will find Borneo's first butterfly farm and the Poring Orchid Conservation Centre with over 1,200 species — the largest collection of Sabah's endemic orchids. Another noteworthy feature here is the suspended Canopy Walkway, which permits you to stroll 41 metres above the rainforest floor. • Mount Kinabalu Golf Club For a high country sporting challenge, this 18 hole golf course is perched 2,000 metres above sea level at the base of Mount Kinabalu. Spectacular views of the mountain offer a welcome distraction to your game as well as a dramatic backdrop to every hole.
Facilities • WiFi internet access • Satellite television channels • Intercom facility • En-suite bathroom • Hair Dryer Coffee & tea making facilities.
Check-In Policy • Check-in time: 2:00pm • Check-out time: 11:00am
Children & Extra Guest Details Extra bed at RM 50 per set. • Extra mattress at RM 35 per set.
Complimentary Car Park provided.
Transportation with 14 Seats & above only allowed at Main Entrance Car Park.
Travel Directions • By Charter (including Airport Transfer) If you are not familiar with local traffic, we highly recommend that you make prior arrangements with our staff for a personal shuttle with High Country Tours. • By Taxi Leaving Kota Kinabalu, depending on location it can range anywhere from RM 160 to RM 300. It's best to bargain a fixed price before hopping on. If the driver does not know where Kinabalu Pine Resort is, you might be better off finding another taxi. • By Bus Find your way to the City Bus Terminal at Inanam. Take a bus heading to Kundasang or Ranau. Ask the conductor to notify you when to stop at Kinabalu Pine Resort. It should cost approximately RM 15 for each person. • By Private Transport Take Jalan Tuaran towards Tuaran for about an hour until you reach a big roundabout. Follow the signs that point to Tamparuli and continue for another hour. When you reach the entrance to Kinabalu National Park, keep driving for around 15 minutes. Kinabalu Pine Resort is to your right after a slight hill bend at Kundasang.