Gayana Island Resort is an ecological paradise
nestled away in a beautiful bay on the far
side of Gaya Island, off the shores of Kota
Kinabalu. Crystal clear waters and secluded
beaches wrap around the inlet, with lush
tropical rainforest and mangrove forming
a serene backdrop.
Gayana Island Resort is located just off
Western shores of the 3rd largest island
in the world; Borneo. The Northern most
region is called Sabah, known affectionately
as the "Land Below The Wind,"
as the tip of Sabah lies just below the
typhoon belt. The capital of Sabah is the
vibrant, coastal city of Kota Kinabalu.
The five islands just off her shores make
up the national marine park of Tunku Abdul
Rahman and are home to numerous species
including the Hornbill Toucan, Monitor Lizard,
Macaque Monkey and countless underwater
Gayana is nestled into the tropical wildness
of the largest of the five islands, Pulau
Gaya. It is only here that one is caressed
by gentle, lapping waters of the South China
Sea and senses are awakened by the sounds
and mystery of the primordial jungle.