stdClass Object ( [id] => 7825 [title] => Gaya Island Getaway (Malaysia) [catid] => 2 [params] => stdClass Object ( [images] => Array ( ) ) [location] => [supplier] => Jet2 [short_description] => Valid for stays 01 Jul - 10 Dec 22 [price] => 2847.00 [ptype] => 1 [pricenote] => Something different! [duration] => 7 [date] => 2022-08-08 [published] => 1 [created] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [destair] => Malaysia [depair] => Edinburgh [notes] => If Only loaded 04/5 [myimage] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_1.jpg [starrating] => 5 [myimage2] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_2.jpg [myimage3] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_3.jpg [myimage4] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_4.jpg [myimage5] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_5.jpg [full_description] => The outline of Mount Kinabalu provides a stunning backdrop for Gaya Island Resort - set on an island within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Arriving by speedboat, guests enjoy a sense of discovery as authentic experiences and a feeling of intimacy with the natural world prevail. The land and seascape of this resort offers individuals, couples and families an escape that is distinctively Borneo. This fabulous offer includes: • Return flights from Edinburgh • 7 nights at 5* Gaya Island Resort in a Kinabalu Villa • Breakfast daily • Private road and shared speedboat transfers ✨Highlights include✨ ✔️ Three complimentary nights included ✔️ Nestled on the shores of Pulau Gaya off the coast of Kota Kinabalu ✔️ Enchanting views over the South China Sea ✔️ Extensive conservation & sea turtle rehabilitation programme DREAM Villas are set against the hillside and are identical in terms of design and size, it’s only the views that differ. The Bayu Villas offer a peaceful setting with leafy views ranging from the rainforest canopy to the tropical mangroves. The Canopy Villas are located on a lower level, walking distance from the sandy beach, with a selection of rooms that are located closer to the resort's main facilities. The Kinabalu Villas have the best sea views of the South China Sea facing the misty Mount Kinabalu. Each villa offers a contemporary feel decorated with white linens, wooden floors, local ornaments and all the modern amenities any guest would need. EAT Mount Kinabalu and offers a selection of Asia-Pacific and western cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner served from open kitchens. For a taste of Japan, visit the intimate Omakase, where guests have a choice of teppanyaki, shabu-shabu or nabe for dinner prepared by the talented chef. The rooftop terrace restaurant, Fisherman’s Cove, is where guests can enjoy fresh seafood in the evenings alongside and relaxing sea views - all in a peaceful and elegant setting. The Pool Bar and Lounge serve cocktails, beer, wines and spirits as well as non-alcoholic drinks and light lunchtime snacks. For a special experience pre-order a gourmet picnic basket for lunch at Tavajun Bay, a 5-minute boat ride away, or enjoy one of their simple dishes, infused by local and international flavours, made over charcoal embers. The resort also arranges unique private dining experiences, set up around beautiful locations. PLAY As well as two magnificent beaches, guests can trek through the forested trails, looking out for wildlife such as the proboscis and macaque monkeys, hornbills, mouse deer, pangolins and bearded pigs. There's non-motorised water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding and PADI snorkelling and dive programmes and for those trying their hand at some deep sea fishing, the chef will prepare the catch and present as the evening meal. Guests can also visit the Turtle Rescue and Coral Reef Restoration Centre, or try creating their own handicraft memento with the resorts craft work classes. Keen golfers can take the boat back to the mainland where there is a nearby golf course. UNWIND Set amidst lush mangroves, Spa Village is a tranquil hideaway. A rich tapestry of spa programmes reflects the cultural healing traditions of Sabah's many indigenous people. From the specialised rice scrubs and masques of the Kadazandusun to the age-old practices of the Bajau sea nomads, Spa Village is uniquely rooted in ancient tradition while seeking to restore balance to the body and soul leaving guests feeling totally relaxed. In addition to dreamy massages, yoga sessions and soothing treatments, the spa also offers classes on the art of custom blending essential oils and creating homemade body scrubs. Please note that some of these facilities may incur an extra charge. Although the Foreign Office currently have placed no restrictions on travel to this destination we recommend when travelling abroad anywhere you check the Foreign Office website for up to date information, this website can be reached on the following link. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office We also recommend that you check with you doctor for up to date information regarding any inoculations that might be recommended. We do not issue insurance, but you must have travel insurance. If you require a quote please phone Planet Earth on 0800 037 1321. Please note that due to the high volume of tickets in high season our company ticketing policy is that tickets will be dispatched 7 days prior to departure. 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[duration] => 7 [date] => 2022-08-08 [published] => 1 [created] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [destair] => Malaysia [depair] => Edinburgh [notes] => If Only loaded 04/5 [myimage] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_1.jpg [starrating] => 5 [myimage2] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_2.jpg [myimage3] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_3.jpg [myimage4] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_4.jpg [myimage5] => images/OffersGHI/gaya_island_resort_5.jpg [full_description] => The outline of Mount Kinabalu provides a stunning backdrop for Gaya Island Resort - set on an island within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Arriving by speedboat, guests enjoy a sense of discovery as authentic experiences and a feeling of intimacy with the natural world prevail. The land and seascape of this resort offers individuals, couples and families an escape that is distinctively Borneo. This fabulous offer includes: • Return flights from Edinburgh • 7 nights at 5* Gaya Island Resort in a Kinabalu Villa • Breakfast daily • Private road and shared speedboat transfers ✨Highlights include✨ ✔️ Three complimentary nights included ✔️ Nestled on the shores of Pulau Gaya off the coast of Kota Kinabalu ✔️ Enchanting views over the South China Sea ✔️ Extensive conservation & sea turtle rehabilitation programme DREAM Villas are set against the hillside and are identical in terms of design and size, it’s only the views that differ. The Bayu Villas offer a peaceful setting with leafy views ranging from the rainforest canopy to the tropical mangroves. The Canopy Villas are located on a lower level, walking distance from the sandy beach, with a selection of rooms that are located closer to the resort's main facilities. The Kinabalu Villas have the best sea views of the South China Sea facing the misty Mount Kinabalu. Each villa offers a contemporary feel decorated with white linens, wooden floors, local ornaments and all the modern amenities any guest would need. EAT Mount Kinabalu and offers a selection of Asia-Pacific and western cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner served from open kitchens. For a taste of Japan, visit the intimate Omakase, where guests have a choice of teppanyaki, shabu-shabu or nabe for dinner prepared by the talented chef. The rooftop terrace restaurant, Fisherman’s Cove, is where guests can enjoy fresh seafood in the evenings alongside and relaxing sea views - all in a peaceful and elegant setting. The Pool Bar and Lounge serve cocktails, beer, wines and spirits as well as non-alcoholic drinks and light lunchtime snacks. For a special experience pre-order a gourmet picnic basket for lunch at Tavajun Bay, a 5-minute boat ride away, or enjoy one of their simple dishes, infused by local and international flavours, made over charcoal embers. The resort also arranges unique private dining experiences, set up around beautiful locations. PLAY As well as two magnificent beaches, guests can trek through the forested trails, looking out for wildlife such as the proboscis and macaque monkeys, hornbills, mouse deer, pangolins and bearded pigs. There's non-motorised water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding and PADI snorkelling and dive programmes and for those trying their hand at some deep sea fishing, the chef will prepare the catch and present as the evening meal. Guests can also visit the Turtle Rescue and Coral Reef Restoration Centre, or try creating their own handicraft memento with the resorts craft work classes. Keen golfers can take the boat back to the mainland where there is a nearby golf course. UNWIND Set amidst lush mangroves, Spa Village is a tranquil hideaway. A rich tapestry of spa programmes reflects the cultural healing traditions of Sabah's many indigenous people. From the specialised rice scrubs and masques of the Kadazandusun to the age-old practices of the Bajau sea nomads, Spa Village is uniquely rooted in ancient tradition while seeking to restore balance to the body and soul leaving guests feeling totally relaxed. In addition to dreamy massages, yoga sessions and soothing treatments, the spa also offers classes on the art of custom blending essential oils and creating homemade body scrubs. Please note that some of these facilities may incur an extra charge. Although the Foreign Office currently have placed no restrictions on travel to this destination we recommend when travelling abroad anywhere you check the Foreign Office website for up to date information, this website can be reached on the following link. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office We also recommend that you check with you doctor for up to date information regarding any inoculations that might be recommended. We do not issue insurance, but you must have travel insurance. If you require a quote please phone Planet Earth on 0800 037 1321. Please note that due to the high volume of tickets in high season our company ticketing policy is that tickets will be dispatched 7 days prior to departure. [hotelname] => Gaya Island Resort [boardbasis] => Bed & Breakfast [baggage] => [displayOffer] => 0 ) [data] => )

Departing

Mon 8th August 2022

Returning

Mon 15th August 2022

Board

Bed & Breakfast

Flying From

Edinburgh

Flying To

Malaysia

Gaya Island Getaway (Malaysia)

Gaya Island Resort

From £2,847
Per Person

Valid for stays 01 Jul - 10 Dec 22

About this offer

The outline of Mount Kinabalu provides a stunning backdrop for Gaya Island Resort - set on an island within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Arriving by speedboat, guests enjoy a sense of discovery as authentic experiences and a feeling of intimacy with the natural world prevail. The land and seascape of this resort offers individuals, couples and families an escape that is distinctively Borneo.

This fabulous offer includes:
• Return flights from Edinburgh
• 7 nights at 5* Gaya Island Resort in a Kinabalu Villa
• Breakfast daily
• Private road and shared speedboat transfers

✨Highlights include✨
✔️ Three complimentary nights included
✔️ Nestled on the shores of Pulau Gaya off the coast of Kota Kinabalu
✔️ Enchanting views over the South China Sea
✔️ Extensive conservation & sea turtle rehabilitation programme

DREAM
Villas are set against the hillside and are identical in terms of design and size, it’s only the views that differ. The Bayu Villas offer a peaceful setting with leafy views ranging from the rainforest canopy to the tropical mangroves. The Canopy Villas are located on a lower level, walking distance from the sandy beach, with a selection of rooms that are located closer to the resort's main facilities. The Kinabalu Villas have the best sea views of the South China Sea facing the misty Mount Kinabalu. Each villa offers a contemporary feel decorated with white linens, wooden floors, local ornaments and all the modern amenities any guest would need.

EAT
Mount Kinabalu and offers a selection of Asia-Pacific and western cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner served from open kitchens. For a taste of Japan, visit the intimate Omakase, where guests have a choice of teppanyaki, shabu-shabu or nabe for dinner prepared by the talented chef. The rooftop terrace restaurant, Fisherman’s Cove, is where guests can enjoy fresh seafood in the evenings alongside and relaxing sea views - all in a peaceful and elegant setting.

The Pool Bar and Lounge serve cocktails, beer, wines and spirits as well as non-alcoholic drinks and light lunchtime snacks. For a special experience pre-order a gourmet picnic basket for lunch at Tavajun Bay, a 5-minute boat ride away, or enjoy one of their simple dishes, infused by local and international flavours, made over charcoal embers. The resort also arranges unique private dining experiences, set up around beautiful locations.

PLAY
As well as two magnificent beaches, guests can trek through the forested trails, looking out for wildlife such as the proboscis and macaque monkeys, hornbills, mouse deer, pangolins and bearded pigs. There's non-motorised water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding and PADI snorkelling and dive programmes and for those trying their hand at some deep sea fishing, the chef will prepare the catch and present as the evening meal.

Guests can also visit the Turtle Rescue and Coral Reef Restoration Centre, or try creating their own handicraft memento with the resorts craft work classes. Keen golfers can take the boat back to the mainland where there is a nearby golf course.

UNWIND
Set amidst lush mangroves, Spa Village is a tranquil hideaway. A rich tapestry of spa programmes reflects the cultural healing traditions of Sabah's many indigenous people. From the specialised rice scrubs and masques of the Kadazandusun to the age-old practices of the Bajau sea nomads, Spa Village is uniquely rooted in ancient tradition while seeking to restore balance to the body and soul leaving guests feeling totally relaxed.

In addition to dreamy massages, yoga sessions and soothing treatments, the spa also offers classes on the art of custom blending essential oils and creating homemade body scrubs.

Please note that some of these facilities may incur an extra charge.

Although the Foreign Office currently have placed no restrictions on travel to this destination we recommend when travelling abroad anywhere you check the Foreign Office website for up to date information, this website can be reached on the following link.

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office

We also recommend that you check with you doctor for up to date information regarding any inoculations that might be recommended.

We do not issue insurance, but you must have travel insurance. If you require a quote please phone Planet Earth on 0800 037 1321.

Please note that due to the high volume of tickets in high season our company ticketing policy is that tickets will be dispatched 7 days prior to departure.