Kinabalu Pine Resort



The wooden chalets at Kinabalu Pine Resort is fully built using the exclusive Selangan Batu hardwood, giving the chalets a Swiss-style charm. The 64 chalets are divided into deluxe room and standard room, and all rooms come with a bathroom, television and coffee and tea making facilities. Another notable beauty is each room has it own veranda that comes with two wooden chairs and a coffee table, which is great for enjoying the spectacular view of Mt. Kinabalu.

Room Tariff for Year 2012

Room Types Standard Rates With Meals:
Dinner & Breakfast
Public and
School Holidays
Standard Room RM 170.00 RM 195.00 RM 210.00*
Deluxe Room RM 200.00 RM 240.00 RM 270.00*
Deluxe Room S/N RM 240.00 RM 285.00 RM 300.00*
Extra Mattress RM 23.00 Extra Bed RM 38.00

*include Breakfast only

mt. kinabalu view from kinabalu pine resort

The Mt. Kinabalu view from Kinabalu Pine Resort can only be described as excellent; the many peaks of Mt. Kinabalu from east to west are spread out in a row. The best time to have a clear look of Mt. Kinabalu is from 6am to 9am in the morning before the rain clouds start to engulf Mt. Kinabalu. For those who are more adventurous, try wake up at 3:30 in the morning to look at the many dots of lights linking up to the summit. These dots of light are from the flash lights of the climbers that started to ascend to the summit at the wee hours of dawn.


The landscaping garden of Kinabalu Pine Resort is one of the best in Malaysia. Guests are greeted with yellow and red flowers surrounded by vast area of greenish plants upon arrival. Many guests will also be impressed by the tall and strong pine trees that are scattered around the resort compound, these beautiful pine trees just left many visitors in awe of their beauty.



‘The Pines’ caters both local and western cuisines. “Steam Boat” is the most popular dinner set at ‘The Pines’, guests love the steamy food and soup which warm up the body at this cold and windy weather. There is also a Karaoke lounge beneath the restaurant, opens nightly from 9pm to 11:30pm.






Near-by interesting places to visit are Mt. Kinabalu, Kundasang Town, Desa Cattle Farm, Kundasang War Memorial, Poring Hot Spring, Raffelsia flower area, Sabah Tea Garden, and Moroli River (Fish Therapy). For other accommodations at Kundasang, click here.

Kinabalu Pine Resort
Along Kundasang – Ranau Highway
Tel: +6088 889 388 or +6088 889 488
Fax: +6088 889 288

Sales Offices Address
Lot No. 7, 1st Floor, Lorong Durian 3,
Mile 5.5, Jalan Tuaran,
88450 Kota Kinabalu.

tel: +6088 386 775 or +6088 389 957
fax: +6088 889 288

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