Pom Pom Island is around 45 minutes by boat from Borneo’s coast; it has rich tropical vegetation and is surrounded by white sand and the turquoise waters of the Celebes Sea. It is on part of this beautiful island that Pom Pom Island finds it home.
This little atoll, which takes about an hour to walk around, is often a shelter for both Green and Hawksbill marine turtles that during the night return to the beach to nest. During your vacation, if you are lucky, you might witness the hatching of the eggs and release of baby turtles to the sea.
Our resort is situated in Borneo, a place on earth considered to be a paradise for diving. The diving offered is supported by professional services, suitable for all levels of experience.
Built to offer you complete luxury, comfort and privacy, the resort is set within Pom Pom Island’s lush green vegetation. The resort consists of Beach Front Villas, Garden View Villas and Water Villas, which are constructed in traditional architecture to blend into the native surroundings without disturbing or removing the islands natural vegetation. The fresh and cooling sea breeze let you feel comfortable and relaxed throughout your stay. All villas are air conditioned, contain private balconies and have an attached bathroom with freshwater supply.
These villas are constructed to give superb panoramic vista of the sea. You can enjoy amazing views over the Celebes Sea from your comfortable sun beds situated on your private sun deck then enter the water via your own personal ladder to cool off in the refreshing warm waters.
The Malaysian climate is tropical with yearly temperatures between 25 and 33 degrees Celsius. Climate at Pom Pom is usually sunny with sea breezes. We occasionally get some rain during the south west monsoon from June to August and north east monsoon from October to December. Lately the climate has changed and therefore we can’t exactly predict much. The climate in an island is usually warm and windy.