The Spa at Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort Kota Kinabalu Malaysia
About Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa
The Rasa Ria Resort is located on the edge of the South China Sea at Pantai Dalit, set in 400 acres of lush, tropical vegetation. This immaculate resort is the perfect place to enjoy the delights of the region with its famed rain forests, varied wildlife and spectacular beaches.
Well appointed guest rooms, most with sea views, combine with a great range of activities to provide a wonderful holiday destination.
More About Shangri- La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa
The resort is linked to a 64-acre nature reserve which is home to some fascinating local bird life – the area is famed for it’s hornbills, along with the peacocks who call Rasa Ria home.
Relax on the beach or try out some of the watersports available if you’re feeling more active. The hotel has its own catamarans for those guests who like to indulge in a little fishing. There are two outdoor swimming pools and a range of activities including circuit training, pool games, cooking demonstrations, guided bicycle tours and more.
When you’re ready for some pampering, The Spa is available and features holistic treatments based on traditional methods.
Families are very welcome at Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort and children will enjoy the children’s pool with waterslide, Kids Club, and fun activities including pony lead rides, seashell collecting and assisting rangers with their activities in the resort.
Golfers will be pleased to know there is an 18-hole championship golf course within the nature resort ensuring you are treated to breathtaking views whilst enjoying your favourite pastime.
Facilities & Amenities
Rooms & Suites
The 420 rooms and suites all enjoy air-conditioning, a private balcony or terrace, satellite TV, hairdryer, private bathroom, bathrobes, slippers, safe, tea/coffee making facilities, minibar, complimentary Wi-Fi. Accommodation is located in either the garden wing or ocean wing.
Naan: Offers a fine selection of tasty North Indian cuisine.
Kozan: Delicious Teppanyaki dishes.
Oceano: Flavours of Italy.
Tepi Laut Makan Street: Street food stalls and open-fronted restaurants serving Malaysian specialties.
Guests can also dine at the Golfers’ Terrace at the 18-hole Dalit Bay golf course and the Coffee Terrace for a beverage and snack. Alternatively, for a more private dining experience, dine under the stars to the sound of gently lapping waves at one of the resort’s exclusive outdoor gazebos.