At present, all foreigners are currently restricted from entering Malaysia.
We are hoping that once the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is lifted on 9th June 2020, we will see borders reopen and airlines can recommence their international flights into Malaysia. However, the situation remains fluid and could change rapidly depending on Covid-19 developments.
Malaysia / Borneo has thus far been spared a serious outbreak with containment and isolation strategies (track & trace) still in effect, avoiding the need for mitigation. Remaining active cases has now dropped to 10 in Sabah and 15 in Sarawak.
CMCO is the relaxation of regulations regarding the Movement Control Order (MCO). The main aim of the CMCO is to open the national economy in phases and in a controlled manner.
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.
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.
Due to Conditional Movement Control Order (MCMO) given by Malaysian authority, our office will observe special operations hours:
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.Contact Us