Miki Survival Camp is owned by Sadib Miki from Kiau Nuluh village and situated in the primary forest at the foothill of Mount Kinabalu called Mohan Tuhan. The setting up of Miki Survival Camp helps to conserve this area through tourism related activities in the form of outdoor adventure education. Sign up and let nature propel your survival skills to the next level.
Fully escorted by English speaking guide
Return transfer from Kota Kinabalu to Kiau Nuluh
Camping in the jungle
Kota Belud District is located in the West Coast Division of Sabah, Malaysia. The best way to experience the melting pot of Sabah is to visit the annual Tamu Besar. This is a great avenue to shop for inexpensive souvenirs, sample local food and observe the traditional way of life.
Pick up from Kota Kinabalu (or your preferred location)
Transfer to Kiau Nuluh
Start trekking into Miki Survival Camp
Jungle activities and camping overnight
Morning jungle activities
Trek back to Kiau Nuluh
Transfer to Kota Kinabalu (or your preferred location)
Camping style (tent will be provided)
Day 1: Lunch and dinner
Day 2: Breakfast and lunch
Jungle survival tips
Outdoor adventure education
Tours and transfers
Arrival by flights
You can fly to Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) direct from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Labuan, Sandakan or Tawau.
Arrival by land
You can travel to Kota Kinabalu by Taxi from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (approx. 14 minutes) and by Bus from Sandakan (approx. 6 hours), from Tawau (approx. 8 hours)
In lieu of the Covid-19 pandemic, you can opt to postpone your trip once it is safe to travel again. Kindly contact the property owner for more information.