Nice and peaceful place to stay for holiday
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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
If you are visiting Kudat whether it is for business or travelling purposes, you must stay with Tommy’s Place Tip of Borneo. It is situated at a great location. The location of Tommy’s Place Tip of Borneo is opposite a magnificent beach and it is only 10 min walk to the Tip of Borneo. Experience it yourself at first hand to be here in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. Feel the breeze by the sea. Pampering yourself from other things that make you stressful. Put aside everything else. Just be here in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. Sit back and relax, enjoying every moment here by the beach. Soak yourself, be sure to try all water activities while you were here. A variety of water activities are available here.
How to Get to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo
There is not much of option for the guest to get to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur. You can take a flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Kudat Airport. However, there is no direct flight from KLIA to Kudat Airport. You need to transit for another flight at Kota Kinabalu Airport. From KLIA to Kota Kinabalu Airport the journey will take up to 2 hours and 30 min. Then you have to take another flight from Kota Kinabalu Airport. From Kota Kinabalu Airport you can take a flight to Kudat Airport. The journey will take up to 40 min.
From the Kudat Airport, you can grab a cab to get to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. There is another option. You can also rent a car to get to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. If you have decided to rent a car, this is how you get to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. There two roads that you can follow. For the first road is 25.2 km away from the Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. From Kudat Airport, head east toward Jln Lintas Lapangan Terbang. Turn right onto Jln Lintas Lapangan Terbang. Turn right onto Jln Sin San and continue onto Jalan Pinangsoo Loro. Turn left onto Jln Marang Parang. Turn right onto Jln Tanjung Simpang Mengayau and your destination will be on the right. The second road you can follow is 26.2 km away from Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. From Kudat Airport, follow Jln Lintas Lapangan Terbang, to Jln Sin San and then take Jalan Tun Hussien Onn/Jln Kota Belud - Kudat/Route 3/A1 to Jalan Pinangsoo Loro and continue on Jalan Pinangsoo Loro. Drive to Jln
Types of Rooms in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo
There are several types of rooms in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. There are Garden Wing Twin Room, Family Room, and Villa. Garden Wing Twin has a 2 single beds, while Family Room has a 1 double bed and 1 single bed. Each room include towels, internet access, air conditioning and desk.
Restaurants and Cafes in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo
There is one restaurant in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. You can have your meal here in the café. For Muslims, the restaurant serves halal food.
Facilities and Activities in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo
While in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo, indulge yourself to try all of the available water activities. You can try canoeing, diving, fishing, motorized water sports, non-motorized water sports. You can slo went for a tour.
The facilities in Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo is comparable with other places. It has a Wi-Fi in public areas, a car park, they also provide you with an airport transfer. So, aside from taking a cab or rent a car, you can ask Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo for an airport transfer. They also provide a tour service for the guest.
Interesting Places near Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo
Tip of Borneo – Borneo is the third largest island in the world. This is the end tip of Borneo Island. It is located in Kudat district and it is very near to Tommy’s Place @ Tip of Borneo. The journey is only 10 min walk to the Tip of Borneo. This is where two big oceans meet which is the South China Sea and Sulu Sea. While you enjoying the delightful scenery, you may want to know the history of the Tip of Borneo as well. The place used to be a watch point for pirate invasion for hundreds of years ago.