Lambir Hills National Park Tours
Encompassing a relatively small area of 26.8 square miles (6,952 hectares), Lambir Hills National Park protects what might be the planet’s most biodiverse and complex forest ecosystems. This jungle-covered swathe of land is home to a staggering 1,173 species of trees, as well as monkeys, deer, flying squirrels, wild boar, gibbons and 237 counted species of birds.
Address: Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, Malaysia
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Lambir Hills National Park features some of greatest plant and animal biodiversity on the planet, with hundreds of bird species alone. Venture though a mixed dipterocarp forest and kerangas forest with an expert guide who points out features of this complex ecosystem. Keep an eye out for barking deer, flying squirrels, monkeys and more, ending your half-day jungle walk with a waterfall swim. Round-trip hotel transport is provided from central Miri.
Lambir Hills National Park is located along the Miri-Bintulu road, 36 km south-west of Miri town in Sarawak, This visit is not just for trekking and nature sightseeing but you can also swim at the waterfall, having a picnic lunch style and bird-watching.
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