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Lambir Hills National Park

Lambir Hills National Park

Miri Division, Sarawak

Established: 1975

Area: 69.52 sq km

Wild Life: Bat, Monkey, Pangolin, Barking Deer, Black Hornbill, Gibbon, Sun Bear, Grey-chested Jungle-Flycatcher, Bornean Blue-Flycatcher, White-crowned Forktail, Abbott’s Babbler, Grey-breasted Babbler, Chestnut-backed Scimitar-Babbler and Long-billed Spiderhunter

Adventure: Jungle Walking, Swimming and Wildlife Watching

Location: Miri Division

Region: Located along the Miri-Bintulu Road, some 20 miles south of Miri Town, Northeastern Sarawak.

Nearest Town: Miri Town

Language: Malay, English, Chinese, Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin

Altitude: 465 m

Rainfall: 3,000 cm

Temp: 23 c to 29 c

Best Time to Visit: 01-Jan to 31-Dec

Nearest Airport: Miri International Airport

Accommodation: Information center and reception, chalets, restaurant and campsite with basic amenities (e.g., picnic tables, toilets).

How to Reach there: The park is connected to the Miri-Bintulu road, 30km away from Miri town. From there, you can get into local buses from Miri, which will take you to Batu Niah, Bintulu, Tinjar, Bakong or Bekenu bazaars. About 30 minutes overland from Miri, via the Miri-Bintulu highway. Taxi fare is RM40.00 (Taxi Association) whilst the bus fare is RM3.00 per person for one-way trip (These buses depart from Wisma Pelita Tunku in Miri).


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Near BY:

Marriott Hotel-21.2 km
Parkcity Everly Hotel-21.5 km
Mega Hotel-22.9 km
Marina restaurant-22.3 km
Kolam Ikan Toman,senadin-32.6 km
Bekenu Town-27.0 km