Borneo Reef World is a man-made structure moored at a site in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park off Pulau Gaya, and is about 20 minutes boat ride by catamaran from Jesselton Point in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
The place features a combination of splendor and enchanting beauty thanks to its untouched reef, natural coral gardens, myriad species of fish and unique clear water that is suitable for all sea sports activities such as diving, snorkeling or plain observing in the unique underwater observatory.
You can enjoy the natural coral from above on the Glass Bottom Boats or get up close and personal with the Sea-Walker. At the very outer edge of the ocean waters Borneo Reef World provide an adrenaline pumping variety of sea sports activities suitable for all ages. The Reef Activity Pontoon is the largest in South East Asia and is equally modern as the ones operated at the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
The two-level pontoon include an underwater observatory, carpeted walkways, sunbathing deck, freshwater showers, shaded seating areas, children’s pool and comfortable dining area. It also houses the five sea level platforms to launch the various water activities.
Speaking of activities, the list is almost ending. Guests can zip line between Gaya Island and Sapi Island in the TAR Park. This is the longest zip line between two islands in Asia. Other activities include jet skiing, banana boat rides, parasailing, SCUBA driving, snorkeling, underwater walks, massages, etc.
You should definitely put Borneo Reef World on your must-do list when living the Dot Com Lifestyle in Kota Kinabalu.