Just 10 minutes by speedboat from Kota Kinabalu, Gaya Island or ‘Pulau Gaya' offers everything you would ask for in a tropical Island. There is plenty of surrounding reef for diving and snorkelling, sublime beaches an exciting, jungle-clad interior, teaming with wildlife, to explore.

The Island is underlaid by folded sandstone and sedimentary rock and is part of Sabah's Crocker Range rock formation meaning that there are also interesting caves, cliffs and deep crevasses along the shore. It is the largest of 5 Islands in the Tunku Abdul Rahman national park and has 3 luxurious eco-resorts for visitors to stay at.

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