Check out the local area in Lundu—home to attractions like Gunung Gading National Park and Munggu Temedak.
Come face-to-face with Malaysian Borneo’s most famous primates, and discover how this sanctuary is giving new hope to an endangered species.
Enjoy a stop at Palmetum, a landmark worth seeing in Kuching. Check out the shops and top-notch restaurants in this walkable area.
Gunung Gading National Park is Sarawak main conservation area for the Rafflesia, the world's largest flower, growing up to 3 feet (1 m) in diameter. Travel from the city center through lush rainforest, tall tropical trees, and quiet hamlet villages.
Overview : Taman Negara is a 130 million years old tropical rainforest with endangered tigers, elephants, tapirs…. 14,000 flowering plants, 300 bird species and the list is endless. NOTE: The Canopy Walkway is under renovation and closed until further notice.
Overview : Taman Negara is a 130 million years old tropical rainforest with endangered species as in tigers, elephants, tapirs… 14,000 flowering plants, 300 bird species and the list is endless. NOTE: The Canopy Walkway is under renovation and closed until further notice.
Venture out of the city for a day spent among the adorable animals of Matang Wildlife Centre. Spot orangutans, binturongs, and civets being rehabilitated to survive in the wild, and then set out for a rainforest hike to see jungle waterfalls and exotic plants in Kubah National Park.
Set a course for Satang Island as you take a leisurely boat trip to the tropical wonderland that is home to a turtle conservation program. Visit the hatchery to learn all about these relaxed reptiles, and then jump into the water for a swim or snorkel.
Put your feet to the pedals of a rugged mountain bike as you explore rainforest trails, bat-filled caves, and abandoned gold mines on this outdoor adventure. Follow an experienced local guide to the Wind and Fairy Caves, and settle in for lunch at a beloved restaurant along the way.