This summer at Shangri-La Rasa Ria, guests will be able to immerse themselves in a world of luxury, remarkable culinary offerings, and thrilling outdoor adventures, and they can do this through the luxury resort’s all-inclusive option.
Malaysian Borneo is home to one of the world’s oldest and most biodiverse rainforests, making it a great place to escape modern life’s stresses and pressure. If you plan to visit the country to experience some of the planet’s most amazing flora and fauna, Shangri-La Rasa Ria in Kota Kinabalu should be one of the first places on your list of places to stay.
The Malaysian resort is well-known for its luxurious and spacious rooms with ocean views and its lavish suites. Its accommodations have been meticulously designed to offer a haven of serenity, blending all the necessary modern-day amenities with a liberal dose of traditional charm.
Its all-inclusive offering provides access to a diverse range of delectable dining options. Experience authentic Malaysian cuisine crafted with locally sourced ingredients at Tepi Laut, indulge in gastronomic adventures at speciality grill and steakhouse Oceano Modern Grill, or savour light bites al fresco at the chic Coffee Terrace.
Guests can immerse themselves in a delightful explosion of flavours with unlimited beverages from a selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage menu between 12 pm to 10 pm at all restaurants and bars, complemented by impeccable service and a warm ambience.
The choice of things to do at the resort is staggering. With its all-inclusive package, travellers can dive into the South China Sea’s crystal-clear waters with a kayak or bodyboard excursion or hire a bike to explore the 400-acre resort on two wheels, and all the while forgetting about the stresses and pressures they’ve left behind.
Another huge plus point for guests is they get unlimited access to the Rasa Ria Reserve, the resort’s very own tropical jungle. Imagine replacing hours stuck at a desk, staring at a screen and replacing it with guided nature walks and explorations of the forest garden and discovery centre.
The Rasa Ria Reserve is also home to a wealth of native wildlife, which includes slow lorises and long-tailed macaque monkeys. For families, there’s unlimited wall climbing at the Adventure Point outdoor playground, whilst little ones have unlimited access to the Cool Zone Kids Club, where there are outdoor activities and arts and crafts aplenty.
Additional benefits of the all-inclusive package include return private airport transfers and a daily shuttle service to Kota Kinabalu city.
All-inclusive priced from £212.50 per night based on two adults sharing. Minimum four-night stay required. For more information, visit All-Inclusive Borneo Holiday | Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Kota Kinabalu.
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