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 as an environmental education resource for trainee teachers and secondary students. There are 1,175 species of trees at Lambir Hills which is the highest diversity of trees of any forest in the Old World. Add to this 237 species of birds, 64 species of mammals, 46 species of reptiles and 20 species of frogs!
There are 13 hiking trails and many of them are inter-linked, making it possible to follow a few different trails in one hike. The shortest trail is less than half an hour return to the Park HQ, the longest is 7 hours return, with a good range of hiking in between that will suit all levels of fitness. Most of the trails contain beautiful waterfalls and bathing pools, some with picnic areas, change rooms, and toilet facilities. The Pantu Trail has a tree tower which gives access to viewing life in a jungle canopy, flora and fauna not visible at ground level.
The Park HQ has a cafeteria and there are chalet bungalows as well as a camping ground for staying overnight.
For a day tour from Miri or an overnight package tour to Lambir Hills please contact us for a current costing.