Cultural dancers at Pom Pom Resort

Occasionally, on very special night, our very own staff from Housekeeping department would make a performance to entertain all the guests on the island. They’re more than capable of doing many different kind of cultural dance, but most popular of them all would be the “Sumazau Dance”. It’s actually our local cultural dance by the [...]

The Lady of Sunset

Hi! Hello! It’s me…again. You see, I’ve been talking (ohh..more like bragging *wink) bout how I practically lived surrounded by the sea, sky and sand. How blue the sky is, how clear the sea is and how white and marbling the sand is and etc. Aren’t you at least bit curious to which one is [...]

By |September 24th, 2016|Categories: News, Recreation|

Off To The Ocean We GO!!!

Yesterday we have another batch of baby turtles hatching. This time its ­­­89 Hawksbill baby turtles turn to march towards the mighty ocean. Isn’t just too cute to see them taking their baby steps, one step after another…ready to conquer the world under sea despite being so small. Also, massive thank you to Mr & Mrs Gallagher  for [...]

By |September 7th, 2016|Categories: Conservation, News, Recreation|

Beach Volleyball

  We organized Volleyball match among guests! Four teams of the guests participated in the match assisted by resort staffs. The volleyball court is located at the dive centre and many other guests also gathered to enjoy and send cheers to them. It’s a good refreshment to sweat through a sport under cool sea breeze before sunset [...]

By |August 29th, 2016|Categories: News, Recreation|

Beach BBQ

Beach BBQ is very popular among families and groups which is served a variety of local materials of fresh seafoods,meats and vegetables grilled by a resort Chef. It’s a luxury moment to enjoy BBQ with beers in a panorama sea view and the stars in the sky with cool sea breeze. Disco, jazz or romantic music are [...]

By |August 23rd, 2016|Categories: News, Recreation|

Welcome performance

https://youtu.be/o0Z581OomRI A special welcoming was performed with local musical instrument by Mosia and Housekeeping team . The instrument is called " Togunggak " which is traditionally performed among Kadazan Dusun ethnic in the celebrations. These Togunggak are made from the local bamboo wood and these create the unique sounds in range of high and low tones according to the sizes and lengths.  6 pcs of Togunggak is one [...]

By |August 16th, 2016|Categories: News, Recreation|
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