Updated on 18 October 2021
State borders are re-opened to fully vaccintaed individuals and Malaysians now are permitted to travel overseas again without having to apply special exemption pass.However, individuals who are entering Malaysian borders are still required to undergo a 14-days quarantine.
As of right now, the Sabah state is currently on Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan working towards Phase 3 that will introduced more eased of movement restrictions.
October 14 : Travelling within Sabah state is now allowed without zoning restrictions
November 1 : Inter-state travel to Sabah state will be allowed to those who have taken full vaccination. Individuals traveling to Sabah must take the Covid-19 RT-PCR or RTK-Ag swab (or saliva) test three days before travelling. Children are also allowed but must be accompanied by fully-vaccinated adults.
Sukau Rainforest Lodge will remain closed until further notice.
Borneo Eco Tours is open to accept any enquiries you may have, submit your enquiry here.
Kiulu Farmstay is now open for booking and we welcome all fully vaccinated travellers. Please follow these SOPs
The Malaysian International borders remain closed to all foreign travellers with the exception of long-pass holders, international students, and essential workers.
Travellers that are categorised as permitted to travel into Malaysia are required to undergo medical screening upon entry and will be put under quarantine for 14 days at designated quarantine centres by the government or approved quarantine hotels. Cost of quarantine, additional testing and hospitalisation(if necessary) will be borne by the traveller.
Vaccinated travellers will be the first one to be welcomed when the borders re-open, so before planning your travels we highly recommend to getting yourself fully vaccinated.
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