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Soar on a zipline that connects two picture-perfect tropical islands on a 6-hour adventure trip from Kota Kinabalu to Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. The Coral Flyer Zipline is the world’s longest island-to-island zipline, and gives you aerial views of clear water, white sand beaches, and coastal trees. This small group tour is limited to 7 participants for a personalized experience, and includes lunch, national park fees, boat transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Kota Kinabalu.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
This Coral Flyer Zipline lets you fly from one island to another! You’ll first depart for Sapi Island. THis package includes a snorkelling session near Sapi Island beach with an option to do other water sports activities, which can be paid for upon arrival at the island. You’ll then be transferred to Gaya Island for the zipline. Fly over the crystal clear waters of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park from Gaya to Sapi with the longest zipline in Borneo from island to island (and the second longest in the world!). You will have lunch at Sapi Island and some leisure time before heading back to the jetty.
Embark on your Sabah adventure with white water rafting on Kiulu River. Your professional guide will teach you about the safety procedures and rafting techniques before you head out onto the river. Enjoy the thrilling twists and turns as you navigate your way through the rapids. Cross one more thing off your bucket list as you get your heart racing with a 320-meter long zip-line. Fly over a lush forest and catch views of Mount Kinabalu. Experience the wilder side of Kota Kinabalu with this day tour in Sabah.
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