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Sarawak : East Malaysia / Malaysian Borneo - Tourist Attraction and Destination Guide
 
  Welcome
  Sarawak Tourism
  Getting There & Around
 
  Sarawak Map 1
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  PEOPLE & ETHNIC GROUP:
 
  General Info
  Bidayuh (Land Dayak's)
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  ARTS & CRAFTS:
  General Info
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  PLACES OF INTEREST :
 
  Adventure Nature & Wildlife
  National Parks & Wildlife Conservation
   
  KUCHING (STATE CAPITAL):
 
  General Info
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  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  City Centre
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  Heritage Trails
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  Street Life
 
  Nature & National Parks
  Bako National Park
  Batang Ai National Park
  Gunung Gading National Park
  Kubah National Park
  Kuching Wetlands National park
  Matang Wildlife Centre
  Semenggoh Nature Reserve
  Talang Satang National Park
  Tanjung Datu National Park
 
  Santubong & Damai Beach
  General Info
  Irrawady Dolphin
  Sarawak Cultural Village
 
  Kuching Southwest
  Tourist Destination
  Teluk Melano & Sematan
 
  Sibu
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  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  City Centre
  Bawang Assan Iban Longhouse
 
  Melanau's Heartland:
  Mukah Town
  Dalat Town
 
  Up Rejang River:
  General Info
  Kanowit, Song & Belaga
  Kapit
 
  Down Rejang River:
  General Info
 
  Miri
  General Info
  City Map
  In & Around Miri Map
 
  Lifestyle & Nightlife
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  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  Must Visit Places
  Bario & Ba?kelalan
 
  Gunung Mulu National Park
  Lambir Hills National Park
  Loagan Bunut National Park
  Niah National Park
  Similajau National Park
 
 
 
 
SARAWAK - EAST MALAYSIA / MALAYSIA BORNEO
PLACES OF INTEREST : National Parks & Wildlife Conservation
 
 

Sarawak ?s treasure of natural wonders is best appreciated in its many protected national parks and ancient rainforests where alluring caves, cascading waterfalls, pristine beaches and exotic wildlife are waiting to be enjoyed. Eleven National Parks and two Wildlife centres vie for your attention and each will leave a unique footprint in your heart. Here, the largest cave chamber in the world, longest canopy skywalk and spectacular natural limestone formation will leave you bewildered and amazed.

 
 
BAKO NATIONAL PARK
 

Sarawak's oldest national park is home to the rare proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques, leaf monkeys, monitor lizards, plantain squirrels, wild boars, otters, mouse deer, mangrove creatures and over 150 species of birds. An excellent introduction to the rainforests... Detail

 
 
KUBAH NATIONAL PARK
 

One of the more popular locations for locals and foreigners favouring a day trip. Waterfalls, crystal clear rivers and the world's largest collection of palm trees are its attractions. Embark on one of many jungle trails leading to Gunong Serapi... Detail

 
 
GUNUNG GADING NATIONAL PARK
 

For a possible glimpse of the worlds largest Flower, the rare Rafflesia draws tourists here. Even if you miss the Flower you would enjoy the trek and adventure through the mountains to view beautiful cascading waterfalls and rare foliage... Detail

 
 
TALANG-SATANG NATIONAL PARK
 

These two islands are turtle sanctuaries. Between May and October, green turtles come ashore to lay and bury their eggs. Pulau Satang Besar is open to the public while visits to Talang-Talang islands require special permit.  Detail

 
 
TANJUNG DATU NATIONAL PARK
 

Appreciate spectacular mountain vistas with cool streams cascading down to the emerald seas with corals just peeking from beneath. Rejuvenate in the spell of unspoilt beauty. Home stays are available at the nearby Melano village... Detail

 
 
BATANG AI NATIONAL PARK
 

Man and animal live in harmony in this park. The Iban longhouses are guarded by the spirit world - the hornbills, Orang Utan's and gibbons. Enjoy the best of wilderness and creature comforts of modern luxury at the Batang Ai Hilton Longhouse Resort... Detail

 
 
NIAH NATIONAL PARK
 

Over 40,000 years ago, prehistoric men inhabited the Niah Great Caves. Paleolithic artifacts and Neolithic paintings found at ancient burial sites dated as far back as 42,000 years. Today, licensed locals climb hanging ?belian" poles to collect edible birds nests from the cave ceiling... Detail

 
 
SIMILAJAU NATIONAL PARK
 

Bird Watchers paradise! Golden sandy beaches and evergreen forest make this park home to some 185 species of birds and 24 species of mammals. Keep an eye on the sea too, for you may just spot some dolphins and turtles... Detail

 
 
GUNUNG MULU NATIONAL PARK
 

Be awed by this UNESCO World Heritage Site which will take your breath away. Gunung Mulu has it all - the worlds largest cave chamber and the worlds most extensive cave system with razor sharp limestone pinnacles. Watch the exodus of millions of bats from the dim caverns at dusk. Leave your footprints behind in a jungle adventure. Then retire to the comforts of The Royal Mulu Resort, an international-standard jungle resort with this unbelievable experiences... Detail

 
 
LAMBIR HILLS NATIONAL PARK
 

Incredible diversity best describes this place that sees 1,100 tree species dwelling within a 50-hectare plot. Many plants and insects are yet to be discovered and identified. There are also alluring waterfalls and bathing pools that are characteristic of Malaysian jungles... Detail

 
 
LOAGAN BUNUT NATIONAL PARK
 

The major attraction of Loagan Bunut is its largest natural lake3 which miraculously shrinks and disappears every dry season. It is another bird watchers paradise. Watch the Berawan tribes display their unique fishing skills called "Selambau"... Detail

 
 
SEMENGGOH WILDLIFE CENTRE
 

An Orang Utans sanctuary, this is the perfect place to catch a glimpse of these fascinating primates. Semenggoh also boasts an arboretum, a fernery, forest nursery, seed bank, ethno herb botanical garden, tropical fruit orchard and an orchid garden and much more... Detail

 
 
MATANG WILDLIFE CENTRE
 

See animals (you might not spot in days of wondering the jungle), here in enclosures designed for viewing semi wild animals. Matang caters to researchers and nature lovers from all over the world. Waterfalls, rock poo1s, designated swimming areas, picnic spots and scenic nature trails make this a wonderful campsite.  Detail

 
 
SARAWAK PARKS
 

Before departing for the park, visitors are advised to bring along these essential items:-

  • Clothing

    Shorts and T-shirts are suitable.  Slacks and long sleeved shirts and hat/caps are recommended for protection against sunburn and insects.

  • Footwear

    Jogging shoes or rubber boots should be worn as trails in the forest can be quite muddy after rain.

  • Water Bottle

    A water bottle is necessary for longer walks in the Park.

  • Sun Block

    Visitors are advised to apply sun block while sunbathing to avoid sun burn.

 
 
 
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 

The rules and regulations are there to protect the Park for the benefit of visitors.  It is and offence to:-

  • Enter without a permit.

  • Fish inside the Park.

  • Kill, poison, capture or disturb any animal.

  • Cut, remove, destroy or set fire to any object, living or non living, dead or alive.

  • Introduce any animal or plant into the Park.

  • Damage, erect any building or other structures.

  • Litter

 
 
PENALTIES
 

The minimum fine for the above offences is RM1,000.00 and six months imprisonment.

 
 
PERMIT
 

Visitors must obtain a certified permit from the nearest booking offices before entering the National Parks, Nature reserves or wildlife Centres.  For professional film makers and those carrying out expeditions, special permission from the Sarawak State Secretary must be obtained in advance.

 
 
ADVANCE RESERVATION
 

Visitors are advised to make advance reservations for accommodation within the park from the respective National Parks booking office.

 
 
OTHER CHARGES
 
  • Rent of locker - RM3.00 /day

  • Park Entrance Fee - MYR3.00 /adult and MYR1.00 /below 18 years old.

  • Park Guide Fee - per guide per hour, applicable to a few parks only.

    Category A :

    1 - 5 persons - RM11.00

    6 - 10 persons - RM12.00

     

    Category B :

    1 - 5 persons - RM9.00

    6 - 10 persons - RM10.00

     

    Category C :

    1 - 5 persons - RM6.00

    6 - 10 persons - RM7.00

     

    Category D :

    1 - 5 persons - RM4.00

    6 - 10 persons - RM5.00

     

  • Camera - RM5.00 /camera

  • Video Camera - RM10.00 /camera

  • Professional Filming - RM200.00

  • Insurance - to be obtained from the Park Office.

The above charges are subject to change without prior notice.

 
 
EXCLUSION OF LIABILITIES
 

Take notice that any visitors visiting Sarawak's National Parks, nature reserved and wildlife centres enter at their own risk.  The permit to enter is granted subject to the condition that the Forestry Department and/or the State Government and/or any officer shall not be responsible for any physical, mental or emotional injury sustained or any loss of life or property of whatsoever kind within these areas.  The State Government or its officers disclaim any act(s) or omission however caused or arisen within these areas.

 
 
 
PLACES OF INTEREST : National Parks & Wildlife Conservation
SARAWAK - EAST MALAYSIA / MALAYSIA BORNEO