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  • Bako National Park

    Bako is Sarawak’s oldest National Park, located on a Peninsula and only accessible by boat. It is an extremely unique environment due the seven complete eco-systems made up of almost

  • Batang Ai National Park

    The Batang Ai National Park connects with the Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and the Bentuang-Karimun NP in Kalimantan Indonesia, so that in total these 3 parks cover 10,000 sq kms. It

  • Gunung Gading National Park & Rafflesia flower

    Gunung Gading National Park covers 4,106 hectares and four mountains. It is famous as a conservation zone for the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia. This rare flower only blooms for

  • Kubah National Park

    Kubah National Park is located 22km from Kuching and has 3 mountains which are visible from Kuching – Mt Serapi, Mt Selang, and Mt Sendok. It is a 2,230 hectare

  • Lambir Hills National Park

    Lambir Hills is hailed as having the greatest level of flora and fauna biodiversity on the planet and as such, it is a major centre for rainforest research as well

  • Mulu National Park

    Mulu was listed as a World Heritage site in 2000, meeting all four criteria for this status:

    It provides an outstanding example of Earth’s history and geological features;
    It

  • Niah National Park

    The Niah National Park, although smaller than most of Sarawak’s other National Parks, is highly significant as an archaeological site, together with geological, environmental and historical interest. It gained World

  • Tanjung Datu National Park

    One of Amansar’s favourite destinations, Tanjung Datu is located at the most Western tip of Sarawak on the border with Kalimantan. There is no road access, but from the fishing

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