Pulau Tiga Resort

For a Once In a Lifetime Survivor Experience

Fan of Survivor reality series most probably would have heard about Pulau Tiga Resort. 10km offshore on the west coast of Sabah, Pulau Tiga or Tiga Island was formed just over a hundred years ago by the eruption of several mud volcanoes after a large earthquake on the Philippine island.

Pulau Tiga Resort

After reality show Survivor was filmed on this remote island in 2000, it has attracted several attentions worldwide till now and is now also known as Survivor Island.

Besides the influence of Survivor, Pulau Tiga has a variety of its own distinct features: its gorgeous coral reef that is popular for scuba diving and snorkeling as well as enjoying a bath in a pool of bubbling mud from deep inside the earth at Pulau Tiga.

If you are a Survivor fan, you would love Pulau Tiga Resort's activities package offered for your Sabah adventure. For those who are looking for relaxation, the long sandy white beach and fresh air at this resort on Tiga Island provides tranquility and peace.


Pulau Tiga Accommodation

With 12 units of superior room as well as 23 units of standard room, Pulau Tiga Resort offers a combination of natural environment with touch of local architectural designs in it.

Each are designed like small huts and overlooks the sparkling blue waters of the sea. Depending on the rates, the styles of the accommodation will vary. Yet it is undeniable that all of them offer a humble as well as comfortable stay on Tiga Island.

Diving at Tiga Island


  • 1. Game Room
  • 2. Restaurant and Bar/Pub
  • 3. Audio Room
  • 4. Tour Trips
  • 5. Room Service
  • 6. The Dive Center
  • 7. Water Sports

Attractions nearby:

  • The Mud volcanoes
  • Snake Island

Price Range

Pulau Tiga Resort Rooms

Superior Room
  • Double or twin bedded
  • Max 2 person
  • MYR 320/Night
Standard Room
  • Double or Twin bedded
  • Max 2 person
  • MYR 270/Night
Long House (Triple Sharing)
  • Max 3 person
  • MYR 215

Special Packages

Package rates according to accommodation:

Ex - Pulau Penyu Package

Pulau Penyu Package

Ex - Kota Kinabalu Package

Kota Kinabalu Package

Terms and conditions

Upon confirmation of reservation either by fax, e-mail or telephone; the reservation will be held for you for 14 days during which you are required to send a non-refundable and on-transferable deposit of 20% from the total cost of package including hotel accommodation and other tour booked for FIT and 20% for GIT.

Balance of the package payment has to be settle before commencement of package booked. All payments are to be made in the form of Bank Draft, Money Remittance or direct Bank-in to Malayan Banking Berhad.

For More info on these Special Packages offered, please visit SDC Lodges

How to get there

By car, take a 2 hours journey from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Penyu or take a bus from Segama overhead bridge to Kuala Penyu. From Kuala Penyu, take a speedboat ride to Pulau Tiga.

From Labuan, take a ferry to Menumbok and a speedboat to Pulau Tiga.

Alternatively, charter a speedboat from Kota Kinabalu or Labuan straight to Pulau Tiga.

Whether it is relaxation or Sabah adventure you are looking for, at Pulau Tiga Resort you will find everything.

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