Only three hours from Singapore, Rimba Resort offers the perfect place to relax. Our natural bay at the northern tip of Pulau Sibu, Malaysia, offers a quiet and private setting where you can enjoy great diving and snorkeling, or relax on the beach with a cocktail and a good book whilst watching the sunset.
Sitting on a Kenyan style village, Rimba Resort offers 21 charming seafront chalets all within a stone’s throw away from their 350m private beach. Because of its attractive location, Rimba Resort is the ideal place for a romantic beach wedding; team building function, corporate event, family vacation or dive holiday- the possibilities are endless.
Offering more than two dozen dive sites, as well as the perfect training ground for beginner divers. The resorts dive school, Hi-Tide Divers, is what any Singapore based diver, or those who wish to become divers are looking for. Hi-Tide Divers boasts one of the most experienced instructors in the region and can cater to all your diving needs, whether it’s learning to dive at your chosen times in Singapore or on the house reef at Rimba Resort.
For the ultimate relaxation treat, head to Bamboo Bliss – the resorts very own spa. Whether you haven’t had time to get your nails done or you’re looking for a tranquil massage Bamboo Bliss spa is the perfect place to rejuvenate your senses.
Not forgetting the resorts restaurant which will exceed all expectations for a small, personal resort. The bar, well there’s no other like it, and our private mini-van service from Singapore means you don’t need to drive or arrange your own transport.
Experience an island resort the way it should be:
Rimba Resort's season on Pulau Sibu
Rimba Resort welcomes guests from Chinese New Year to December 1st each year. Pulau Sibu enjoys tropical Malaysian weather with plenty of glorious sunshine and the occasional late afternoon thunder shower.
Chinese New Year varies depending on the lunar calendar, which falls between January and February. Rimba Resort closes due to the effects the monsoon season may have on the east coast of Malaysia.