We Love —
- Explore Malaysia in style as you jet between the cosmopolitan city of Kuala Lumpur, and the eco paradise island of Borneo
- Stay in two beautiful Shangri-La hotels where relaxation and luxury are guaranteed
- There are so many activities to enjoy from island hopping to yoga and visiting the orangutan sanctuary nearby
Here to Help —
Booking 35 days in advance and spending over œ500 per person? No need to pay in full today! Just select the 30% deposit option on our payment page (terms & conditions apply)
For any additional information on this offer or assistance in making your reservation please call one of our dedicated team on 0844 8262098 or email email@example.com
Opening hours are Monday to Friday 08:00 to 21:00 and Saturdays & Sundays from 09:00 to 17:30.
Your Destinations —
Explore some of the highlights of this buzzing metropolis, where you will marvel at the juxtaposition of ancient and modern, from the iconic Petronus Towers to the ancient Gombak and Klang waterways. As this cosmopolitan city is most traveller's entry point to Malaysia, there is an abundance of glitzy hotels, shopping malls and highly acclaimed restaurants.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park
Located adjacent to the resort, across the South China Sea, the marine park is a cluster of five islands or ‘pulau’ in native Malay. The five islands are Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug and are characterised by shallow waters, bountiful corals and splendid white sandy beaches.
Kinabalu National Park
Making your way to Kinabalu National Park, (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding biological attributes) you are thrust into a jungle paradise of natural wonders, rugged landscapes and scenic beauty. From the Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world, to the famous Orangutans in their natural habitat, it only gets more breathtaking every step of the way. On your way there, be awed by a majestic sight from Pekan Nabalu, a great vantage point for a view of Kinabalu’s peak peeking out above the clouds. With the entry point to the park already above 1800m above sea level, the air feels cool, clean, and absolutely fresh.
The city of Kota Kinabalu itself is small, bustling and welcoming. A cab ride into town costs around US$15. Consider taking some time away from the resort to pay a visit to the food market, open every night with stalls selling fried snacks, noodles and seafood , also a firm favourite with locals. Those with a sweet tooth are in for a treat as the deep-fried banana is particularly moorish and the local peanut butter centred sponge exceptional.
Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur —
Our members will stay in a Deluxe Room for 3 nights on a room only basis.
Situated just moments from the designer shops and superb restaurants of this cosmopolitan city, it is so easy to explore.
Dip into the spacious decked swimming pool with city views, and enjoy a refreshing drink at the Poolside Terrace before savouring the delights of the impressive 5 restaurants.
Memorable views of the city or the hotel's lush gardens, an indulgent bed with duvet and bedside control panel and a marble shower create a haven of pure bliss.
Shangri-La Tanjung Aru —
Just for you: A free upgrade to a Kinabalu Wing Sea View Room for 7 nights on a room only basis.
With a private beach, views of the sparkling coral islands, and legendary attentive service, Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa offers the serenity of a secluded tropical luxury resort just 10-minutes away from the city centre of Kota Kinabalu.
Offering a huge array of activities and facilities, such as seven restaurants and bars, a yoga pavilion and a private marina, you will be spoilt for choice with options to fill your day.
The CHI Spa offers a unique spa design concept - a stand-alone 'spa village' sits on an 'island' connected to the hotel via a private causeway. Each of the eight spa villas has its own herbal steam room, spacious relaxation area and private changing room.
Take the shuttle to sister resort, Rasa Ria, where you'll find a unique 64-acre Nature Reserve featuring Sabah's icon, the Orangutan. The Nature Reserve is aimed primarily at nature conservation and Orangutan rehabilitation.
These rooms feature a private balcony that looks out to the South China Sea.
Your Journey —
Flights: Economy class with Malaysia Airlines
London Heathrown to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu to London Heathrow via Kuala Lumpur
06:05/08:30 – 09:50/16:20
17:35/20:05 – 23:15/05:50 (+1)
All times are local
Transfers: Private transfers are included throughout
Please note: flight details are given as a guide only and may change. We will however notify you in advance if flights are more than 2 hours outside the time range given. Flights are non-changeable and non-refundable at time of booking.