Tip of Borneo

Tampat do Aman is very great-full to present Tip of Borneo. We have two facilities to help you to discover this beautiful coastline.  Our Tip Top restaurant situated at the entrance of the road going to the tip and our Jungle Camp consist of Backpackers Longhous, Small Huts and Private chalets are ready to accommodate you!

Read some fact about Tip of Borneo here.

This dramatic headland is situated in the northern-most tip of BORNEO, the third largest island in the world, after Greenland and New Guinea. It is located in the Kudat Peninsula, about three and a half hours (or 215 kilometres) drive from Kota Kinabalu City.

Simpang Mengayau means ‘lingering junction’ as it is here that the South China Sea lingers and meets the Sulu Seas flowing from the east … Enjoy the stunning view. The sunsets and full moons are just beautiful … The Pulau Kalampunian lighthouse is a reminder of treacherous coastline and past shipwrecks. On the left is the beautiful beach of Pantai Kalampunian.

It’s a lovely easy stroll to the flagpole, the Globe and the rocky outcrop that forms the “Tip of Borneo”.

Article is from http://www.sabahtourism.com/destination/tip-borneo-tanjung-simpang-mengayau

New Year

Happy New Year from Tampat do Aman!

it’s that time of year again !!! We get to take a wee break !! We shall be closed from 12pm on the 22nd of December until the morning of the 28th . I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hope that you all have a tremendous festive season. The new year looks like bringing us a lot of goodness and I really hope that you all have a ton lined up for you too. Love and best wishes to you all , Howard and the TDA team

Opportunity

A lot of guests like to walk back and forth , when they do they have the opportunity of meeting the local villagers , looking at great views such as this and at night the possibility of seeing some superb wildlife. Explore them with Tampat do Aman

New Bridge

The bridge that will join the new Long House to the old Long House area. This bridge built by one of our World Challenge groups

Rungus Cafe at TDA Jungle Camp

Our Rungus cafe , open at the moment for breakfast 8 until 10 so that guests can have a bit of brekky amongst the gardens and birds , next to it the museum. We are looking to expand this next year so that we also serve lunch and encourage people to stay up at TDA so that they can enjoy the wildlife reserve , museum and the gardens (they are looking real good)