The Tip of Borneo, also known as Tanjung Simpang Mengayau, is the northernmost point of Borneo and lies 140km northwest of Kota Kinabalu. It is accessible from Kota Kinabalu via Kudat, and getting there from Kota Kinabalu takes approximately three hours by bus and taxi. The actual tip is a rocky promontory, separating the South China Sea from the Sulu sea. The closest city is Kudat which has 68000 inhabitants. Next to the headland there is a spherical monument set up in July 2004. Despite its remoteness the Tip of Borneo does attract quite a few tourists, most of them Malaysian. There are a number of resorts and homestays in the area. Adjacent to the Tip of Borneo is Pantai Kalampunian, a nice 3km long beach with white coral sand and clean seawater.

01 Small beach 02 Small beach 03 Kalampunian bay 04 Kalampunian bay and beach
05 Kalampunian beach 06 Kalampunian beach 07 White sand beach 08 White sand beach
09 Kalampunian beach 10 Kalampunian beach 11 Kalampunian beach 12 Kalampunian beach
13 Kalampunian beach 14 Kalampunian beach 15 Kalampunian beach 16 Kalampunian beach
17 Resort 18 Resort 19 Tampat do Aman resort 20 Rungus longhouse
21 Rungus longhouse 01 Road to Tip of Borneo 02 Road to Tip of Borneo 03 Globe monument 04 Globe monument
05 Tip of Borneo 06 Tip of Borneo 07 Staircase 08 Headland rocks 09 Headland
10 Headland 11 Promontory rocks 12 Promontory rocks 13 Promontory rocks
14 Photographer on headland
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