Gaya Island Resort is located on Pulau Gaya, the largest of a cluster of five islands that form the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine
Park, a natural conservation area off the coast of Borneo, close to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
121 villas designed in Sabahan architecture style, uses local materials that blend harmoniously with the tropical forest surroundings.
Each of the 47 sq villas are scattered around across the resort, which have splendid views overlooking the tropical sea waters
Feast Village is an interactive all-day dining experience, offering diverse culinary dishes from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond; located by the
swimming pool, with views of Mount Kinabalu and the surrounding beach.
Fisherman’s Cove is open only for dinner and is a seafood restaurant, offering freshly caught seafood cuisine with a breathtaking view of the sea and extremely romantic.
Pool Bar & Lounge is a contemporary, casual pool-side lounge overlooking the lap pool and floating cabanas. A perfect place to relax with sundowners and refreshments.
Set amidst lush mangroves, Spa Village Gaya Island is a tranquil hideaway surround by distinctive island flora and fauna, where just the waves lapping onto the beach and smooth orchestral sounds of the island’s natural wildlife, is enough to send you into a deep and relaxing slumber.
The spa menu reflects the cultural healing traditions of Sabah’s indigenous people, ranging from rice scrubs to rhythmical massage techniques that help to restore the balance of the body and mind.
Free Wifi is only available in the public areas of the hotel
Breakfast is serviced at the Feast Village and offers a vast buffet of wester and local food options for guests.