- Rates are per chalet/per night (for two guests, including breakfast)
- No minimum night stay except for at peak times (Christmas and New Year, Chinese New Year, Easter)
Charges for cancellations within the following notice periods are as follows:
60 days or more prior to arrival date = 50% of deposit paid
59 days or less days prior to arrival date = 100% of total charges
We are located a five-minute drive from the northernmost tip of the island of Borneo, about 170 km or a 3-hour drive north of Sabah’s capital, Kota Kinabalu. Here, there's an International Airport. The Tip of Borneo area is undeveloped and only just beginning to be discovered by tourists, which is one of the reasons it is so special!
Self-drive: We always recommend our guests to hire their own vehicle to give maximum flexibility for exploring the area.
By prearranged transfer: From Kota Kinabalu International Airport/city, we can arrange a private transfer for you.
By taxi: Take a shared taxi from Bandaran Berjaya, Kota Kinabalu, to Kudat.
By air: MAS Wings operates a 30-minute flight every Monday and Thursday between Kota Kinabalu/Kudat/Sandakan and back again.View Google Maps
With a beautiful beach, amazing view and fresh, cosy furnishings, Hibiscus Beach Retreat offers barefoot luxury, privacy and exclusivity at its best!
A world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life: one private chalet, engulfed by tropical plants, the soft white sand below; a stay at the Hibiscus Beach Retreat is the kind of tropical fantasy that everyone dreams about.
We supply breakfast (consisting of cereal, toast, fresh fruit, fruit juice and tea and coffee).
Secret Place Cafe, the nearest restaurant, is located on the beach in the neighbouring bay and is 5 minutes by car or 15 minutes by foot. There are a number of other local restaurants about a 5-minute drive, 10–15 minute bike ride or 30-minute walk away. Our staff can provide a takeaway service from some of these restaurants.
We also have a BBQ which you can use, or alternatively, we can arrange for a local chef to come and cook you an amazing seafood BBQ!
Sabah is sometimes referred to as “the Land Below the Wind” due to its being just below the typhoon and monsoon belt. That is the reason Sabah is spared from the region’s adverse weather conditions.
Wet season typically runs from the start of November to end the of February, with March to October being labeled as the dry season.
But rain can be expected year-round. Even when it rains, however, a whole day is hardly ever spoiled, as downpours last one or two hours and can most often be expected in the afternoon or evening. Thus, mornings are often the best bet for planning outdoor activities that you think might be spoiled by a bit of rain.