This five-star beach resort lies on 1350 hectares of unrivalled natural and landscaped surroundings on the spectacular Karambunai Peninsula and boasts a pristine beach and million-year-old tropical rainforest as its backdrop. Guest rooms are beautifully furnished and feature a balcony or terrace while the luxurious villas offer private gardens and lap pools. The resort is attached to a championship golf course, has a world-class spa, three free-form swimming pools and offers an endless array of dining options and leisure facilities.
Why we recommend the Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai
- Five-star beach resort set on 1,350 hectares
- Guest rooms and private villas available
- Three swimming pools and world-class spa
- Selection of restaurants on site
- Shuttle service to the city
Attractions near the Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai
Enjoy the amenities at Nexus
Set amidst lush, green surroundings and located right by the beach, this luxury resort covers all bases when it comes to indulgence. Inside the grand, traditionally-built entrance hall and lobby you’ll find a restaurant and bar where you can take a seat, relax and enjoy the atmosphere. Three swimming pools provide welcoming relief from the hot sun or you can simply wade into the calm clear waters of the South China Sea, located directly in front of the property.
If you’re looking for adventure on the water, head over to Lagoon Park, just minutes away from the resort. Here you’ll find water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking and fishing. A free shuttle bus runs every hour to and from the water park.
Explore Nature Park
It would be easy to spend the entire holiday by the water, but you are in Borneo, so spending some time touring the region’s famed rainforest is highly recommended.
The spectacular Nature Park is accessible from the resort and spans across 30 hectares. Dedicate at least one day to exploring the tropical jungle tracks, enjoying the sights and sounds of the native animal and birdlife, and photographing the unique local flora. You can also take a guided walk to the top of the forest and enjoy views of the breathtaking Karambunai Peninsula below.