Kiulu Valley is a small area in the District of Tuaran - the northwestern part of Sabah - with a population of over 2,000 people. Its name (Kiulu) was derived from a plant that is called Tulu, which is a small bamboo that commonly grows on the river banks. Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for local communities in Kiulu Valley - this includes rubber plantations, fruit orchards, paddy fields and mixed gardens (mostly vegetables, pineapples and ginger).
Kiulu Valley is committed to using local resources (accommodation, activities and people), maintaining unique culture practices and developing rural tourism through training of hosts and linking homestays with surrounding products or activities. This is what makes Kiulu Valley unique and a great place for family outings, school field trips, camping and team building activities. Kiulu Valley is a real learning experience and it is one of those experiences that will leave a lasting memory.