• Miki's Survival Camp, Borneo

about Miki's Survival Camp, Kinabalu National Park

about Miki's Survival Camp, Kinabalu National Park

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This local rustic camp provides an understanding of how the local people live. Basic facilities mean you have a night under the stars to learn about local Bornean culture including learning to use a blowpipe, making bamboo cups and much, much more! A great way to start a family holiday.

Miki and his family constructed this camp a few years ago in order to bring some revenue to the local community and now it is one of the principal incomes providing fees for the majority of electricity required to run the village.

Miki's Survival Camp details


Very basic jungle lodge.


Miki Survival Camp is set in the primary forest at the foothill of Mount Kinabalu called Mohan Tuhan. It's a private native land owned by Mr Sadib Miki from Kiau Nuluh Village

Accommodation & facilities

Very basic bungalows.


Traditional food.


Jungle activities such as making a campsite, identifying edible fruits, foods and traditional medicines, making traps, jungle navigation.

Child policy

Children welcome.

Responsible Tourism

The setting up of Miki Survival Camp helps to conserve this area through tourism related activities in the form of outdoor adventure education.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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