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Covid-19 Updates

Stay up to date with the latest Covid-19 developments in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo before you plan your next holiday in this part of the world.

Statistic as of Thursday 5 November 2020

Recently, the Covid-19 situation in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo has seen an increase in cases, with two to three-digit number of cases being reported daily since early September.

To curb the continuous spread of Covid-19 in Sabah and other selected states in Malaysia, another Conditional Movement Control Order has been implemented since 7 October. Read more here.

Those who are returning or travelling from Sabah from 27 September 2020 onwards must undergo a screening and a mandatory home quarantine upon arrival.

The public is reminded to continuously comply with SOPs during this time and to abide the CMCO guidelines enforced by the authorities.

Total Cases

Active Cases

Recovered

Deaths

Malaysia
36434 (+1009)
10503
25654
277
Sabah
18083 (+564)
8215 (-14)
9725
143
Sarawak
942 (+6)
134 (-6)
789
19
Brunei
148
2
143
3

Travel Restrictions

Travel Ban

The Malaysian Government has imposed a state-wide Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Sabah, Malaysia beginning 13 October 2020 together with Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya. Read more about it here.

At present, all foreigners are still currently restricted from entering Malaysia

Though things were beginning to look positive for Sabah, the state has been experiencing an increase in the number of daily cases. With this, the public is urged and reminded to continue complying with the SOPs and to be vigilant at all times.

As of 27 September 2020, those who are arriving from Sabah must undergo screening and a mandatory home quarantine as instructed by the Health Ministry’s Home Surveillance Order (HSO).

 
STATUS OF PLACES OF INTEREST

With the CMCO in place, places of interest in Sabah are starting to reopen their doors back to the public. Some remain closed for the time being.

Sabah
  1. Kinabalu Park Open
  2. Poring hot springs OpenNo swimming
  3. Mount Kinabalu (climbing) Open
  4. Gomantong Caves kinabatangan Closed
  5. Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre Closed
  6. Close until 30 Sept
  7. Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre Closed
  8. Close until 30 Sept
  9. Kiulu Valley Farmstay Open
  10. Lok Kawi Wildlife Park Open
  11. Mari- Mari cultural Village Closed
  12. Maliau Basin Closed
  13. Lankayan Island Closed
  14. Derakamot Forest Reserve Closed
  15. Danum Valley Open
  16. Tabin Wildlife Reserve Open
  17. Rainforest Discovery Centre Open
Sabah Parks
  1. Tunku Abdul Rahman Park Open
  2. Tawau Hills Park Open
  3. Crocker Range Park Open
  4. Pulau Tiga Park Closed
  5. Tun Sakaran Marine Park OpenNo tourist activities
  6. Sipadan Island Park OpenNo tourist activities
  7. Selingan Turtle Island OpenNo overnight
Sarawak
  1. Sarawak Cultural Village Closed
  2. Bako National Park OpenNo tourist activities
  3. Mulu Caves Closed
  4. Semenggoh Orangutan Centre Open
  5. Delok Longhouse Closed
STATUS OF LODGES AND ACCOMMODATIONS

The lodges and accommodation facilities in this list are not operating for the time being. This list will be updated once an estimated reopening date is available. Necessary precautions will be implemented once they reopen to ensure guests and visitors are safe.

  1. Sukau Rainforest Lodge Open
  2. Borneo Rainforest Lodge Closed
  3. Gaya Island Resort Closed
  4. Kawag Nature lodge Closed
  5. Langkayan Dive Resort Closed
  6. Sipadan Kapalai Dive Resort Closed

Our Operation Hours

  • Opened on Mondays - Wednesdays
  • Closed on Thursdays - Sundays, Public Holidays

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