Some Say it’s Heaven…

south china sea

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long beach at nexus resort

Nexus Resort Karambunai has 6 km of pristine white sandy beaches merging with the south china sea, and a secondary forest and hills running along its golf course, one does want to believe this is Heaven.

Located some 30 minutes away from Kota Kinabalu City, Nexus Resort Karambunai has a very relaxed and laid back atmosphere. Since Nexus Resort Karambunai is away from the city, cars and people are scarce here, and with its long stretch of beach, sometimes you can have the whole beach to yourself.
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nexus resort lobby

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nexus resort lobby ceiling

Nexus Resort Karambunai used a lot of woods for the construction of it’s building, while trees and plants are every way, this give the resort a very natural look. The warm climate in Sabah makes swimming at the pool like heaven, as the cold water refresh and rejuvenate your body and mind.

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nexus resort swimming pool

nexus resort karambunai swimming pool at a glance

There are as many as eight bars and restaurants at Nexus Resort Karambunai, that cater all kinds of cuisines. With these many bars and restaurants, Nexus Resort Karambunai definitely can satisfy all kinds of folks.

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horizon lounge

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penyu outdoor cafe

There are 263 Borneo Garden chalets, that spread out towards the sea and forest hills. There are also 243 ocean deluxe rooms in a 5-storey wing, each room comes with a private balcony and a breathtaking sea view. With a Grand Ball room that can sit about 800 guests, Nexus Resort can cater for almost all kinds of functions.

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borneo garden chalets

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ocean deluxe rooms

part two coming soon….. Tee Off in Heaven

For more information on Nexus Resort Karambunai visit www.nexusresort.com.

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About Olombon
I live in Kota Kinabalu and run a blog called beautifulkk.com. This blog welcomes everyone to visit Sabah, one of the best destinations that Malaysia have to offer. Beaches, mountains, nature, underwater, and wildlife we have them all.

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