Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday villa in Sabah - The Poseidon House
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The Poseidon House is a luxurious beach home nestled in the dazzling tropical gardens above the secluded white sandy beaches of what is the exotic location of North Borneo. It is here, in the picturesque north coast of Sabah, Malaysia, hidden behind the paradise that is the Tip of Borneo, that the Poseidon House rests atop a hundred foot solid rock outcrop with spectacular views of the Tun Mustapha Marine Park. Through the sixty feet of sliding glass walls, the park encompasses thirty-five offshore islands, countless coral reefs and the gorgeous crescent beach below. The Poseidon House is enclosed in a secluded plot that encaptures the true sensations of tropical Borneo with it's bejewelled butterflies, exotic wildlife, and numerous species of tropical flora and fauna. With never-ending stretches of pristine white beaches to call your own, the Poseidon House is truly located in the centre of what we call The Treasures of Borneo.
The Poseidon House: The Poseidon House is a generously spacious, brightly warm, and unique estate. Nestled in the very heart of Borneo, every inch of the rooms are lit by the warm sun through massive glass planes, designed to maximize the dazzling views. Complete with gourmet kitchen, elegant dining area, relaxing lounge, and topped off with an outdoor deck, the potential party house is contrasted by the soothing pool pavilion where one could absorb the sun in peace and serenity.
By nightfall, the pool pavilion reflects the countless stars above. As the waves gently lap on the beautiful beach below, a feeling of peace and tranquillity flows across the mind, as the gentle sea breeze does across the estate.
The pristine, natural beaches directly below the Poseidon House offer long walks along the quiet seashore, while the secluded and romantic, forty foot long natural rock pool is the only one of its kind in all of Malaysia.
Local Information: The Poseidon House is 5 minutes from the local airport, 10 minutes from the local golf course, and 15 minutes from the town centre of Kudat. For the keen explorer, the culture here is rich and diverse, as many local restaurants can be found serving a wide selection of different cuisines, ranging from Chinese, to Malaysian and even Western varieties.
Local attractions here in Kudat include golf, water sports, and guided tours. Ranging from fishing trips to jungle hashing, there are a number of local activities that can be arranged upon request. The local atmosphere is charming and warm, making the local markets in the town centre a must see.
Kudat: Kudat is kept alive by two main industries; that of the coconut palm, and the other of fish. Although the coconut cultivation industry is almost dried out, thousands of acres of magnificent coconut farms still remain. A drive down the miles of winding gravel roads reveal some of the most beautiful old wooden plantation houses, some of which were even built hundreds of years ago.
The fishing industry on the other hand, is still an ongoing way of life that is keeping Kudat running. An early morning visit to the local fish market can result in the reward that is to watch a traditional wooden fishing vessel dock into the harbour to unload their catch. Freshly caught fish, squid, and prawns are cheap and plentiful here, and it is quite the experience to purchase a catch of your choice, then make your way to a local restaurant where the chef will be delighted to prepare it for you in a manner of your choosing.
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for elderly or infirm