Natural Gateways And Parks In Sarawak

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Bako National Park

Bako National Park
Explore one of the primogenital national parks in Sarawak. Bako National Park is located 40km away from Kuching and its 20-minutes boat ride from the park. Bako National Park has a variety of More details on Bako National Park

Batang Ai National Park

Batang Ai National Park
Explore of the most widespread tropical rainforest with a huge number of rare and protected animals surrounding the artificial lake made by the Batang Ai hydroelectric reservoir. More details on Batang Ai National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park
One of the world’s largest underground chambers known as Mulu Caves National Park – the longest networks of caves in the world. It even can hold forty Boeing 747 airplanes and there’s also More details on Gunung Mulu National Park

Matang Wildlife Centre

Matang Wildlife Centre
Explore the 180 hectares of lowland forest which is the centre of all the flora and fauna in one surrounding. Matang Wildlife Centre aims to rehabilitate threatened species, such as More details on Matang Wildlife Centre

Niah National Park

Niah National Park
One of the most vital archaeological sites in the world and explore one of the oldest modern human remnance in Southeast Asia. This cave may be smaller than the rest of the caves More details on Niah National Park

Red Monkey Divers

Originated by the RMD’ Brit instructor in Kuching, Sarawak – this divers club only assures you to be happy and have a safe diving down the sea! RMD’s best team of instructors and practices ensures

Similajau National Park

Similajau National Park
Located 30 km north-east of the town of Bintulu, Similajau National Park’s main aim was to offer a conservation zone for the unique geographical features of the coast and to protect the flora and fauna More details on Similajau National Park