Visitors staying at the Damai Puri Resort and Spa on the tranquil island of Borneo will find themselves surrounded by breathtaking natural surroundings comprising lush mountains and white sandy beaches with a chance to explore the thriving marine lifetime of the sparkling azure waters throughout their break.
Tourist enjoying scuba diving holidays at the luxurious resort may have the possibility to discover the underwater delights of quite a few secret scuba diving websites where the wrecks of British and Japanese World Battle II ships lie.
Scuba diving in Malaysia is not yet as fashionable as many other diving locations which allow divers to discover uncrowded waters and unspoilt scuba diving websites with an array of colourful coral and hundreds of species of fish.
Damai Puri Resort and Spa affords beautiful views of Satang Island, also referred to as Turtle Island, and friends can make a journey over and watch the inexperienced turtles come ashore to put their eggs on the seashores between April and October each year. The island boasts pristine white sand seashores and warm waters excellent for scuba diving and snorkelling actions.
The idyllic resort is nestled on Damai Beach, simply 30km from Kuching City in Sarawak, Malaysia. With 207 luxurious rooms and suites offering non-public balconies overlooking the China Sea or the luxurious hills of Mount Santubong, friends can be handled to a tranquil environment during their relaxing break.
The resort has five restaurants providing local and worldwide cuisine in elegant or casual surroundings. Company can take pleasure in a la carte menus or al fresco eating with snacks and contemporary smoothies by the pool.
The D'Puri Spa Village provides idyllic calming surroundings and a choice of revitalising and stress-free treatments for guests. Therapies include facials, stone remedy, foot reflexology, manicures, Japanese Shiatsu and Balinese massages using a concoction of fragrant natural oils and pure elements.