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Sea Sports

Dive in or sail away

We offer a variety of scheduled activities for watersports enthusiasts. All guests can enjoy one hour of boogie board and ocean kayak usage.

Sea Activities

Recreational Activities Duration Price Age Limit
Jet Ski 15 minutes MYR 101 14 years old and above
Jet Ski 30 minutes MYR 174 14 years old and above
Catamaran G - 16 1 hour MYR 83 14 years old and above
Standing Paddleboard 1 hour MYR 38 14 years old and above
Windsurfing 1 hour MYR 32 14 years old and above
Ocean Kayak 1 hour FOC 8 years old and above
E-Foil 30 minutes MYR 140 12 years old and above
E-Foil 1 hour MYR 240 12 years old and above

To make a booking, please visit the Spa & Recreation Information Counter, Level 2, Garden Wing lobby or click here to book.

All rates quoted are inclusive of 6% government tax.

1. Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Kota Kinabalu is one of the few destinations in the world with a dedicated forest reserve. As a part of its objectives it supports the conservation of the endemic flora and fauna of Sabah. Surrounded by acres of natural forests and a 3km seafront, it is also home to several birds and animal species of Borneo. Flanked by two rivers (Menkabong and Tambalang) and the sea, marine life including crocodiles is sporadically spotted on the coastal edges and the beach of the resort. 

As a policy, Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Kota Kinabalu advises against engaging with any wildlife. The resort works closely with the Sabah Wildlife Department and other such relevant organizations in ensuring that the wildlife stays undisturbed and if necessary, supports the translocation of the wildlife by the Sabah Wildlife Departments’ Wildlife Rescue Unit to areas in Sabah the department deems fit as the natural habitats for the wildlife to thrive. Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Kota Kinabalu takes great pride in supporting the conservation and protection of the endemic flora and fauna in Sabah and strives to ensure that Sabah continues to be a paradise in Borneo for current and future generations.  

2. During the months of March, April, May and June Jellyfish are found in increased numbers in the waters of South China Sea, particularly close to the beaches. This increase is due to a number of conditions including winds, hot weather and swelling of the sea among other factors. In line with our globally accepted standards, the lifeguards at Shangri-La Rasa Ria, Kota Kinabalu continually keep a vigil and advise if the conditions are safe for swimming in the sea. This information is also offered at the front desk of both Garden and Ocean Wings.  


(60 88) 797 888


9am – 5pm


Pantai Dalit Beach, Tuaran, Sabah, 89208, Malaysia