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Sipadan Water Village Resort (SWV)

Sipadan Water Village is a resort beautifully constructed with Bajau architectural design. Part of the Mabul Island is also home to groups of Bajau fishermen who have built their traditional palm thatched houses. The Bajau Laut, the world's only tribe of nomadic sea gypsies spends their lives on the water. Over the years, some have entered a transition from sea nomadic to sedentary village life at a former major anchorage site such as Mabul.

The entire resort is built over water on stilts made of Belian Wood commonly called ironwood, laid in certain points so as to minimise damage to the existing reef. In its design, Sipadan Water Village has achieved near utopia in its over-the-water layout, splendid water cottage accommodations with flowered sidewalks, wonderfully prepared Asian and Continental cuisine, and impeccable and personable service.

Sipadan Water Village international staffs of dive guides and instructors pride themselves on knowing the intricacies of their reefs and willing to share their macro subject secrets with anyone interested.

Type of Rooms
Grand Deluxe Chalets

The architectural design of the water chalets reflects the incluence of the local Bajau style. The resort is located on a part of the island where it is sheltered from the storm. The floor of the water cottages is less than 1 meter above the high water mark. The chalets are spacious with wide sliding doors that open onto the room's private deck.

All rooms have the standard amenities which include balcony offering sea or island view, Tea/coffee maker, Hair dryer, Ceiling fans, and Mini bar, etcs.

Junior Chalets

Standard Chalets

Deluxe Chalets

Resort Layout
Below layout gives a good aerial view of the resort and the various rooms and facilities available at the resort.

Resort Layout Map (Click on the map to enlarge)