Sabah is Malaysia’s second largest state and popularly known as “Land Below the Wind”. The nickname is given due to its strategic location just below the tropical typhoon belt. It is home to one of Southeast Asia’s highest peak, Mount Kinabalu towering at 4,095 metres above sea level and Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site.

This northern part of Borneo is truly an earthly paradise for any travel enthusiasts as it is packed with unique ecological wonders. From diving into the deep cerulean waters, sunbathing on beaches, hiking through dense tropical rainforest to strolling through the city streets and shopping malls, we have it all.

Indulge in the richness of Sabah’s natural treasures at your own leisurely pace from the comfort of the revitalised accommodations at Sutera Sanctuary Lodges.

Kinabalu Park

Be spoiled by the unpolluted air and cool climate of the Kinabalu Park. Designated as Malaysia’s first World Heritage by UNESCO in the year 2000, for its “Outstanding Universal Values” and its role as one of the world’s most substantial biological sites.

Manukan Island

Manukan Island is located just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah. It is the second largest island of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and offers extensive water activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing and other various water sports activities for those water sports enthusiasts

Poring Hot Spring

Experience a tranquil retreat surrounded by the natural wonders of Poring Hot Spring & Nature Reserve. About 3-hour drive from city centre or 45 minutes away from Kinabalu Park, it is situated in the lowlands and is a part of Malaysia’s First UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Located at 3,272 metres above sea level, Panalaban is the final pitstop before ascending to the summit of Low’s Peak. Providing climbers with comfortable lodgings and hot meals at this overnight resting point is the Laban Rata Resthouse.

Amazing Love

The Aquila 48 Power Catamaran provides a smooth, comfortable and safe experience on board. It has air conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms, saloon seating for dining and entertainment, tastefully fitted galley and a lifting platform for ease of access to the waters.