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Tabin Resort was to be one of the highlights of our trip through Borneo.
Sadly it was a lowlight due to the stress of the terrible accommodation and just awful food. Tabin PR states that all of its lodges can accommodate up to 4 people,...More
A beautiful spot on the river. Did many game drives, daytime and nighttime. We were unlucky, not an elephant to be seen. Walked to the mud volcano, not very exciting. Would have liked to do more walking, deemed to be dangerous because of presence of...More
Tabin Wildlife Resort is well known as one of the places where you must go to experience the Bornean wildlife. It was very famous because the Tabin reserve was the habitat for the Bornean Pigmy Elephant, plus all the species of monkeys and many more....More
Upon arriving at the Tabin Wildlife resort, we were greeted by some very welcoming staff who offered us cool towels, and our guide; Maldin. They showed us to our table, where Maldin talked us through the activities that we would be under taking during our...More
Positive: Very knowledgable and professional local guides, friendly and helpful staff, beautiful grounds that are well kept, cute and clean river lodges.
Negative: Messed up our booking and placed us in the very far away "Hill Lodge" (over 200 steps away) when we had booked...More
US$499 - US$546 (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)"