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Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp - Rates Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo Staying at the Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp includes boat transfer to and  from the Eco-Camp, all meals, and accommodation. Guided programs and  river-boat wildlife cruises are charged separately, as per visitor’s pre-  arrange program prior to entering the Eco-Camp.   All visitors will have separate camp-platform, unless traveling in a group, or  family, as per requested twin-share arrangement. The camp bathroom and toilet is centralised to better manage water and  waste water, with separate male and female facilities. Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp is MYR95/person per night - this includes  bed, 3 meals, snacks, tea/coffee. In addition to the above fees, visitors  must also pay the return boat trip (includes evening wildlife river cruise).  Sabah Forestry Department “Forest Entrance Fee of MYR5/person +  Camera Fee of MYR5/person - charged on entrance to the forest reserve.   After you arrive at our village base/office, we ask you to register. We will  discuss with you to work out all activities and programs that you would like  to participate, before entering the Eco-Camp. This way we can arrange  guides, boat trips or any additional activities or trips you would like to take  in advance and payment is settle in advance of entering the Eco-Camp.    A short briefing on our code of responsible travel, followed by safety  briefings and introduction to camp host/manager is also done prior to  entering the Eco-Camp.    * For more information, other related rates, or to arrange a stay contact  KOPEL Office  
Activities Images Rates The Kinabatangan River meanders through the Lowland Floodplain Rainforest of the Lower Kinabatangan at Batu Puteh The meanderbelt forest surrounding TREC is a strangely fascinating tangled jungle The roving Elephant heards wander through the Eco Camp surrounds at least 2-3 times per year This amazing fungus is a chance sighting alongside many other bizarre finds
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