US$210 - US$400 PER NIGHT






Located off the west coast of Borneo with spectacular views of Mount Kinabalu, this award-winning eco resort offers world class diving and relaxing spa escapes


Gayana Eco Resort & Conservation Centre is a stunning wellness and spa retreat built over the water on the island of Gaya just off the west coast of Malaysian Borneo within sight of Mount Kinabalu. The resort offers guests the opportunity to both dive and get involved with their conservation efforts ranging from reforestation to coral planting. It also boasts all the creature comforts and attention to design you'd expect of a first class resort. A perfect eco-escape for families and couples with a diverse range of lodging to choose from whether water villas or beach front lodges.


Choose between five types of traditional but luxurious villas, architecturally designed to enhance the soothing sounds and sights of the resort's natural beauty. Marvel at the sight of the tranquil sea's tropical islands, Sabah's iconic Mount Kinabalu, and surrounding lush jungle. Rooms include mini-bars, private balconies, large showers, and air conditioning. Complimentary Wi-Fi, room-safe boxes, bottled drinking water and coffee making facilities are available. 


A balance of fun and tranquility to be enjoyed each day at Gayana Eco Resort. Kayak through emerald waters, exploring awe-inspiring mangroves. Be sharped eyed and catch local wildlife as your trek through dense jungle bursting with butterflies, birds, cicadas, and endless flora. Dive into vividly coloured coral gardens spotting seahorses and giant clams, or simply sunbathe on pristine beaches.


The resort is heavily involved in the conservation and re-generation of its marine ecology, the only such property with its own on-site Marine Ecology Research Center. The resort is protecting the endangered Giant Clams and restoring coral reefs with planting schemes; guests of all ages can actively participate in restoring the ocean ecosystem. Gayana is winner of the Most Innovative Ecotourism Conservation, Malaysia Tourism Award.

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