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 Tuesday 14 July 2020

As the Covid-19 situation in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo begins to ease with only zero to one digit number of cases daily since early June, we have entered the Recovery phase where almost all businesses including ourselves have reopened. Currently, there are also no longer any red-zone districts in the state. Though our Movement Control Order has been relaxed, we are embracing the new normal and continuously complying with SOPs during this time.

Total Cases

Active Cases

Recovered

Deaths

Malaysia
8725
83
8520
122
Sabah
380
6
367
7
Sarawak
580
10
552
18
Brunei
141
0
138
3

Travel Restrictions

Travel Ban

At present, all foreigners are still currently restricted from entering Malaysia, whilst the interstate travel ban has been lifted.

We are hoping that borders will reopen soon and airlines can recommence their international flights into Malaysia. However, the situation remains fluid and could change rapidly depending on Covid-19 developments.

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Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO)

RMCO is the recovery phase of the Movement Control Order, whereby further restrictions enforced during the MCO have been eased. This includes the reopening of more businesses and allowing for interstate travel.

Regulations & Restrictions effective from 10 June 2020 to 31 August 2020

TRAVELLING RESTRICTIONS:
TOURISM ACTIVITIES:
  • For Sabah, domestic tourism sector can now operate, including all hotel operations except for facilities such as prayer rooms, meeting rooms, seminar halls, training rooms, gyms, swimming pools and buffets.
  • Attractions with large gatherings are still prohibited
TRANSPORTATION:
  • Transportation services such as e-hailing service, public transportation and planes are now allowed to resume their usual operating hours as well as operate at full capacity.
RETAIL AND OTHER SERVICES:
  • Commercial activities involving sales and marketing not within business premises or in public is now allowed.
  • Food business at food courts, night markets, morning markets, bazaars, hawker centres, food stalls and food trucks are allowed to operate with strict SOPs in place.
  • Fitting of clothes, using fitting rooms in clothes stores, trying on fashion accessories in stores and providing cosmetic testers in stores is not allowed.
 
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 Open
  6. Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre Open
  7. Kiulu Valley Farmstay Open
  8. Lok Kawi Wildlife Park Open
  9. Mari- Mari cultural Village Closed
  10. Maliau Basin Closed
  11. Lankayan Island Closed
  12. Derakamot Forest Reserve Closed
  13. Danum Valley Open
  14. Tabin Wildlife Reserve Open
  15. 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 National Park Open
    1. Deer Cave at Mulu National Park Open
    2. Clearwater Cave at Mulu National Park Open
    3. Lang Cave at Mulu National Park Closed
    4. Wind Cave at Mulu National Park 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 Closed
  2. Borneo Rainforest Lodge Open
  3. Gaya Island Resort Closed
  4. Kawag Nature lodge Closed
  5. Langkayan Dive Resort Closed
  6. Sipadan Kapalai Dive Resort Closed

Our Operation Hours

Since we are still in the Movement Control Order (MCO) phase enforced by the Malaysian authorities, our office will continue to observe special operational hours:

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

Despite this, our team will still be available to assist you with your enquiries. If you need to contact us please head on to our contact form.

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