Pulau Sapi Trip! (Part 2)

So after a few days I still can feel the heat, and seems like I'm suffering from permanent sunburn.... Oh no! I'm getting darker! :( Anyway, Pulau Sapi is a lovely island for those beach lovers and let me give out some information here, I'm not a part time promoter though XD

Pulau Sapi is located off the coast of downtown Kota Kinabalu. From Hyatt Regency Kinabalu, a 2-minute drive or a 10-minute walk will bring you to the jetty at Jesselton Point ferry terminal (formerly known as Sabah Port Authority jetty).

There are a number of tour operators here that will bring you to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (which consists of the islands of Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sulug and Pulau Mamutik). The rental is charged per boat, which can range anywhere between RM100 and RM200. One boat can fit 10-15 people. A short 20-minute breezy boat ride away brings you to the sun-kissed beach of Pulau Sapi.

The water is extremely crystal clear. During the day, the beach is buzzing with a hive of beach activities. To me, the beach is probably one of the region's most beautiful beach, apart from the one I visited in Labuan (The Cleanest Beach ever!). The water is quite shallow and ample of shades are available.

In term of snorkeling, one still can do it here although I found there was not so much marine life compared to the nearby island of Pulau Manukan. Otherwise, you can laze down by the beautiful beach and worship the sun.

In short, activities galore on this beautiful beach. Just get your sun-tan lotions and sun-shade, then head here.

Well... That's all for now! More of Sabah's stories next!



  1. Notice the oil boom around the water. Probably to keep waste or rubbish from polluting the water. Merchant ships passing through dump all kind of waste. I guess the boom is to safeguard the crystal clear water

  2. The beach is soooo beautiful!!
    So clean..so blue~
    unlike kuching beach..damai..so brown..dirty..salty..dirty..
    wow u went labuan before??
    i heard that the chocolates are cheap there! :D

  3. @borneo falcon: yeah i think so but actually it's a border line for us snorkelers not to go out of bound where the speedboat will pass by

    @joy: yeah labuan is famous with chocolate, alcohol, cigarettes and cheap cars. Kuching got nice river though ^^


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