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 park, rich with an abundance of palms, primary rainforest, orchids, clear jungle streams, and beautiful waterfalls with natural swimming pools. The wildlife found in Kubah includes more than 50 species of birds, sambar deer, kancil mouse deer, civets, porcupines, squirrels, amphibians and reptiles. There are seven walking trails to choose from, ranging from one hour return treks from the Park HQ, up to 7 hours.
A special feature at Kubah is it’s natural frog pond which is home to 61 species of frogs! In 2012 a new species was discovered, and it also boasts the smallest species of frog in the world! Check out Amansar’s evening tour to the Kubah frog pond, a unique experience not to be missed.
Remarks: There is no cafeteria at the park. It is advisable to bring ample food and carry enough water, a change of top, a small towel, strong insect repellent and a light poncho.