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Wild Life:Wild Boar, Civet Cat, Small Deer, Porcupine, Monkey, Giant Squirrel, Great Argus, Grey-and-buff Woodpecker, Diardís Trogon, Black Broadbill, Yellow Broadbill and Brown Fulvetta Adventure:Wildlife Watching, Jungle Trekking, Bird Watching, Jungle Trailing, Walking, Swimming and Hiking
Region:Located in the Lundu District, southwest of Sarawak. It is an isolated mountain on the coast, west of the town of Lundu. Location:Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia
Best Time to Visit:01-Jan to 31-Dec Getting There:The Park is just minutes drive from Lundu town or about hour's drive from Kuching. Visitors can choose either day-trips or overnight stays when visiting the Park. Travellers should take STC (Sarawak Transport Company) Lundu Express Bus or Bus No. 2B from Kuching City to Lundu town centre. From there, take Pandan bus and ask to be dropped off at the park. Alternatively, charter taxi for the day. Nearest Town: Kuching Nearest Airport:Kuching International Airport Nearest Railway Station:Kuching
Accommodation:There are two units of chalets; each contains bedrooms and accommodate up to people. One unit of Forest Hostel with rooms with 16 beds each. For those who wish to stay outdoor, campsites are provided and visitors need to bring their own camping gears. As accommodation facilities in the Park are limited, hostels in Lundu Pandan and Siar offer alternatives. Beaches at Siar and Pandan are scenic and provide swimming spots. Both individual chalet units and hostel accommodation are available at the Park.
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Temp: 23 c to 32 c Rainfall: 4,000 cm Altitude:906 m
Established:1983 Area:42 sq km Language:Malay, English, Chinese, Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin