‘Nature and Luxury Beautifully Intertwined’
Situated amongst mangroves, coral reefs and the sandy Malohom Bay, Gaya Island Resort is on an island within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The resort is committed to ecologically-sustainable practices to minimise carbon footprint within the environment. The Marine Centre works at turtle rescue, coral reef restoration and conservation through education. Villa’s include oversized bathtubs, and verandahs with day beds overlooking the ocean. There are 5 restaurant/bars and private dining experiences are available. The spa offers a range of rejuvenation programmes and activities available include diving, snorkelling, Yoga, nature walks and local craft lessons.
‘Nature Reserve, 18-Hole Championship Golf'
On Pantai Dalit Beach on the fringe of the Borneo wilderness sits Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa, a property which enjoyed an extensive remodelling of its public spaces and Garden Wing in 2011/2012, and Ocean Wing in 2014. There is also a nature reserve, long tailed macaques and masked musangs, an 18-hole championship golf course and beach. There are nature reserve acivities, land & water sports, local markets, horse riding on the beach, a spa and gym.
‘A Tropical Paradise Getaway’
Located amongst 25 acres of tropical gardens, within easy access of Tanjung Aru and Sunset Beach, Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort inspires relaxation. Choose from a selection of 492 luxurious rooms and suites, all designed with Borneo traditions in mind, completed by views of the South China Sea or Mount Kinabalu. Dine in one of the seven restaurants and bars including the award winning Peppino which offers fine cuisines ranging from Italian to Chinese and beach barbeque. There is a selection of daily activities including volleyball and water sports, a 2000sqm pool ,CHI, The Spa and water play area, complete with 100m slides. The islands of the Tunku Kinabalu National Park is a must visit if you wish to explore the local area.
'Lands of Contrasts'
New experiences abound with every corner turned in Singapore. High-tech skyscrapers mix with historic temples and ornate mosques. Zoos provide interactive encounters with exotic animals, whilst futuristic theme parks thrill with highflying rides. Explore colonial-style neighbourhoods and paradise islands with pristine beaches.
In Borneo, the third largest island in the world, you'll find the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak. Borneo is known for its biodiverse landscape with lush rainforests housing endangered animals like orangutans, pygmy elephants and rhinos. The island’s beaches are equally famous for pristine white sands surrounded by crystal-clear waters. Borneo is a real paradise for beach and nature lovers alike.
Ideally located along Orchard Road, the Shangri-La Singapore offers a haven of luxury and tranquillity in an incredible city. Wander Orchard Road and be dwarfed by towering skyscrapers and glittering shopping malls. It's one of the most famous streets in Asia renowned for high-end boutiques and endless designer stores. Alternatively, head to the famous Marina Bay to discover some architectural masterpieces such as the iconic Marina Bay Sands with one of the world’s highest rooftop infinity pools.
Tucked amidst protected mangroves, sheltered coral reefs and curled around the pristine sandy coast of Malohom Bay rests Gaya Island Resort. Set on an island within a protected Marine Park, discover a sanctuary nestled in the hillside of an ancient rainforest with a stunning outline of Mount Kinabalu on the horizon. With its youthful vibe and sun-dappled moments, this beachfront resort blends harmoniously with the natural environment featuring a collection of hillside villas with views that range from mangrove forests and the surrounding canopy to the outline of Mount Kinabalu. Discoveries, authentic experiences and a sense of intimacy with the natural world offer guests an escape that is distinctively ‘Borneo’.