We are pleased to inform that on 9th November 2019 – 24th December 2019 and 10th January 2020 – 29th February 2020, Sukau Rainforest Lodge will be embarking on a refurbishment programme for our Superior Rooms! We're very excited about this facelift, and plan to re-open the rooms with a fresh new look in early 2020. During this time, our guests can still book and stay at our Borneo Villas, and enjoy all the facilities and services available at the lodge.View our Borneo Villa
Sukau Rainforest Lodge nestles along the banks of the Kinabatangan River, Sabah's longest river and home to many of Borneo's endangered wildlife including the Orang Utan, Proboscis monkeys and Bornean Pygmy Elephants. Because of its unique geography, wildlife naturally congregate along the river bank in the morning and evening, making Sukau one of the best places in Borneo to view wildlife in their natural habitat. Sukau Rainforest Lodge was recognised by National Geographic as a Unique Lodges of the World. Sukau Rainforest Lodge has won many national and international awards over the years including Malaysia Tourism Award 2016, PATA's best independant accommodation award in 2015, Tripadvisor's hall of fame award along with many others.
What sets Sukau Rainforest Lodge apart is our focus on environmental conservation through sustainable, eco-friendly practices and operations along with uplifting local communities through ecotourism. Awarded a Gold star certification by Travelife in 2017 for its focus on sustainable practices, Sukau Rainforest Lodge continues to pioneer the way in Borneo that Excellence can also mean Sustainable. We believe that what we do matters because we are "Saving Paradise" for our future generations to value and enjoy.
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