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Accommodation, Hotel, Budget Stay, Rest House around Semporna

Accommodation, rooms, hotels, budget stay around semporna

Accommodation, budget rooms, budget hotel, rest house around Semporna town.

City Inn Semporna


City Inn Semporna (Highly recommended)
If you want a place to stay for over two weeks during your courses or training, this clean hotel is a great option for you! With daily drinking water, clean fresh towels, hot shower, air-condition and cable TV for approx USD100 for 2 weeks!
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Sipadan Inn Semporna


Sipadan Inn Semporna
Sipadan Inn Semporna is a relaxed, simple luxury comfortable accommodation...
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Getting to Semporna

Duration flights: From Kota Kinabalu to Tawau with MAS or Air Asia - 55minutes flights
From Kota Kinabalu to Semporna by bus - 9 hours
From From Tawau, it is a one hour taxi ride from the airport to Semporna.

Getting to Borneo is easy with several airlines offering daily flights from Europe, Asia, Australia and North America to Kota Kinabalu, the main hub in Borneo. click here about Borneo Malaysia

International Airline Routes
Most likely you will arrive at Kota Kinabalu via Kuala Lumpur. But there are also a number of flights from other countries flying direct into Kota Kinabalu.

From Brunei, you can fly direct to Kota Kinabalu from Bandar Seri Begawan via:

Royal Brunei Airlines Royal Brunei Airlines has been around since 1974 and flies to 21 destinations cross Asia, the Middle East, Australasia and Europe.

From Hong Kong, you can fly direct to Kota Kinabalu via:

Dragon Air Dragon Air has been around since 1985 and flies to over 31 destinations across Asia.

Malaysia Airlines Malaysia Airlines has been around since 1974 and flies to over 100 different destinations today. It is an award winning airline and has recently won the coveted Airline of the Year (Top 10 Airlines of the Year) by Skytrax, UK.

From Philippines, you can fly direct to Kota Kinabalu from Cebu, Manila and Clark via:

Air Asia
Malaysia Airlines

From Thailand, you can fly direct to Kota Kinabalu from Bangkok via:

Air Asia

From Singapore, you can fly direct to Kota Kinabalu via:

Malaysia Airlines
Silk Air Silk Air is the regional wing of Singapore Airlines. They cater for both business and leisure passengers focusing on destinations around the region.

There are also direct flights into Kota Kinabalu International Airport from China (Guanzhou and Shanghai) Japan (Tokyo and Osaka), South Korea (Seoul) and Taiwan (Taipei and Kaoshiung) via Malaysia Airlines.

If you are from Middle East countries, Europe, United States or United Kingdom, you will likely be flying to Kuala Lumpur International Airport first before flying to Kota Kinabalu International Airport.

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