Located 15-minutes off Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Pulau Gaya is underlaid by folded sandstone and sedimentary rock and
is part of the Crocker Range rock formation of the western coast of Sabah. Exposed sandstone outcrops feature on
the coast of this island forming cliffs, caves, honeycombs and deep crevasses along the shore.
Major airlines such as Malaysia Airlines
and Royal Brunei
operate direct international flights from major destinations around the world to
Kota Kinabalu International Airport. From Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines
operate direct flights to Kota Kinabalu. Those
traveling to and from Singapore can connect directly to Kota Kinabalu via SilkAir
, Malaysia Airlines
The resort can arrange return private transfers for a fee via luxury
sedan or MPV for families between Kota Kinabalu International
Airport and Sutera Harbour Marina. The resort's guest
check-in lounge is located at 1 Sutera Boulevard, Sutera
Harbour, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (5°58'.05N
Guests will be refreshed with a welcome treat and mineral water during check-in at Gaya Lounge before being escorted to the speedboat for transfer to Gaya Island Resort. Coffee and tea is available upon request. Complimentary wi-fi connectivity is also available within Gaya Lounge.