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I stayed here three days and two nights in november, out of season, but what a treat.
First of all : you're in the middle of the jungle, it takes quite a bumpy ride to get here, but it's worth it.
All lodges are stand-alone...More
A few days at Tabin were a wonderful way to finish an amazing Sabah/Sarawak adventure. The draw here is the wildlife trekking and drives, and while accommodations are wonderful in concept, and acceptable in execution, the experience of getting deep into a remote forest/jungle experience...More
The guides here were attentive and knowledgeable and the tours offered varying. The accommodation is basic and noisy due to having tin roofs. The food is very limited and was not to our taste.
The staff were helpful and friendly.
Beautiful setting in the middle of the rainforest. Cute little cottages overlooking a stream. Recommend river lodges as hillside lodges have lots of steps. Food & guides were brilliant. Guides were very attentive to our needs assisting usctramping through the rainforest. An added bonus was...More
Stayed 4d3n package the guides were fantastic but place pretty run down......stayed hill cabin water from shower swamped whole bathroom......food barely edible except if u like rice or steamed vegetables. .....supposed fruit juice just cordial it seemed ...transfers very inflexible except if u want to...More
US$508 - US$557 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours... More
We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours before when it rained hard. Luckily, all the day tours we did were in good weather. We hit a downpour during one of the night tour and had to came back earlier. It is the rainforest, so it is difficult to expect when it will rain. However if you can go during the drier season, you will expect fewer rainfalls.
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"Hillside lodge rooms are quiet and wonderful privacy (except for Monkey visits)"