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SELAMAT DATANG or WELCOME……
TANDARASON RESORT AND COUNTRY CLUB (TRCC)
Nestled in the Tambunan valley, TRCC is just one hour fifteen minutes’ drive away from Kota Kinabalu the State Capital of Sabah.
Located in Kampung Karanaan, along the Pegalan River, TRCC is a perfect breakaway from the city life. It is built in a village setting in a green environment tinted with erratic butterflies and dragonflies of all colors and species that make one wonders and be amazed with.
Not only does it generate a restful atmosphere and calmness but also it certainly is a scene of serenity and simplicity, congenial for those who prefer contemplative surroundings.
At TRCC you can stay in the traditional house or you can choose an accommodation with modern designs in architecture.
This traditional bamboo house is built in harmony with the surrounding site and elements in the natural environment. It is for a family and a group of 5 to 10 people. All chalets are equipped with basic facilities such as toilet, hot shower and comfortable beds. Extra mattresses are also available upon request.
MOUNTAIN VIEW MOTEL
Perched on a hilltop overlooking the lake, running river, lodge and the village, is a stretch of wooden house parading 10 individual rooms with their own private shower.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
TRCC MiniCafe is opened in daytime featuring some of the local delicacies and Western food.
GROUPS & MEETINGS
TRCC is an ideal and conducive place for organizing various occasions. Whether for private or public functions, conferences, religious retreats or seminars.
Open air / Stage / Capacity 500 pax.
Hall – Capacity 200 pax or Air-cond room – capacity 50 pax.
At Tandarason Lake, you can do kayaking and paddle boating at a very reasonable rate. It is a place for families to relax and enjoy themselves togather. Watch the different types of fishes like ‘tilapia’, ‘jelawat’, /patin’ and ‘keli’ swimming about in