Sapi Island is part of a chain of islands that is located near the city of Kota Kinabalu. Since the island looks like a cow head from far, it has been named Sapi Island, as the word ‘Sapi’ means cow.
Sapi Island is part of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, which includes five more islands, covering a total area of 50 square kilometers. The tropical beaches of Sapi are a perfect place to catch a break from the mundane life and appreciate the beauty of the sea. The pristine island has an exotic marine life and the clear seawater.
Timings: The timings for this boat rides differ, with some boats leaving at 7:30 AM during weekends.
Cost: Visitors will have to pay RM 30 for the boat ride with taxes included. Upon reaching the island, RM 10 has to be paid as conservation fees for the island.
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