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1 D tuaran day ride

Malaysia

Min 2 pax

1 Day(s)


Enjoy Tuaran Day Ride.

  • Return transfer 
  • 1 Lunch
  • All the sightseeing, entrance fee. transfer, meal as per itinerary. 

  • All airfares and taxes
  • Outskirt Charge
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tipping to Tour Guide and Driver
  • Optional tour, cigarettes, wines, mineral water, laundry, telephone bill or expenses of personal nature

Passport and Visa :-

  • It is every passenger’s responsibility to carry a valid passport and have obtained the appropriate visas when travelling. Please ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months beyond the duration of your holiday.

 

Tuaran is a town and a district 1,166 square kilometres in size, situated in the West Coast Division of the state of Sabah, Malaysiaon the island of Borneo. The town is bordered on three sides by the eponymous river. It is located 34 km north of the state capital, Kota Kinabalu and is strategically situated along the main highway linking Kota Kinabalu with the north of Sabah.

Bahar wine

The Lotud people of Tuaran produce a traditional liquor called bahar (toddy) made from coconut sap mixed with a kind of tree bark known locally as rosok which colours the sap red. Bahar has been scientifically proven to be rich in antioxidants. However, it is extremely pungent and spoils very quickly, usually within one day.

Tuaran mee

Which literally translates as 'Tuaran noodles', is a noodle dish created by the Hakka Chinese community of Tuaran. The noodles are made from a batter consisting of egg yolk and flour. They are fried for five to ten minutes in high heat, causing the bottom part of the noodles to become crunchy. Local vegetables are added during frying. Before Tuaran mee is served, it is usually garnished with slices of sweetened Chinese roast pork and fried egg rolls .

Tamu

Every Sunday morning, a tamu (native open-air market) is held in Tuaran town. At the tamu, produce, seafood, handicrafts and other goods from Tuaran and the surrounding villages are bought and sold.

Tourist attractions in Tuaran include the Mengkabong and Penimbawan water villages, which are villages of stilt houses built over the seashore by the Bajau people, and the Ling San Pagoda  a nine-storey Buddhist pagoda situated just outside the town centre.

The main tourist resorts in Tuaran are the Mimpian Jadi Resort and Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort. In addition to food and lodging, these resorts offer various other activities such as golfing and water sports.

  1. Minimum 2 to go
  2. Validity: 01 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017.                                           
  3. We strongly recommend you to purchase travel insurance before departure.         
  4. All request for accommodations, car hire and services are subject to availability.
  5. In case if the hotel is unavailable, other similar class hotel shall be provided.
  6. Any extension, upgrade, meals, hotels, supplement for flight or etc is subject to surcharge apply
  7. All prices and itinerary are subject to change with or without prior notice if there is currency fluctuation, local agent cost revised or changes, not valid during High Seasons, Public Holiday & Long Weekend, etc         
  8. No refund or reduction will be made to any person who does not participate in any meal, sightseeing or accommodation during the course of the ground arrangement.     

Amendment & Cancellation Policy:-

  • Any change in departure date will be construed as a cancellation of the original booking and cancellation charges will apply
  • Deposit is strictly non-refundable if cancel without a valid reason or proof of documents support.
  • Any cancellation received within 14 days prior to departure date will incur a 100% tour fare charge
  • No Show or Cancellation after Guaranteed will be charged 100% of total amount.

Payment Policy:-

  • Full payment to be paid upon reservation.

Accommodations & Meals

Day 1 :

Check-out

Lunch


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