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Bako National Park

Bako National Park offers visitors an excellent introduction to the rainforest and coastline of Borneo with its rainforest, abundant wildlife, jungle streams, waterfalls, interesting plant life, secluded beaches, panoramic rocky shoreline, bizarre rock formations and extensive network of trekking trails. Bako may not have an instantly recognisable star attraction, but …

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Mulu National Park (A UNESCO World Heritage Site)

One of the most outstanding attractions in Sarawak, Gunung Mulu National Park is a treasure trove of vertical cliffs, jagged limestone pinnacles and intricate cave networks. The area is a paradise for researchers with some 20,000 animals and 3,500 plant species. Tours and caving expeditions are available from the park …

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Lake Kenyir

Sprawling 209,199ha, Lake Kenyir is the site of Malaysia’s largest hydroelectric dam. Lake Kenyir is also an alternative gateway to Taman Negara, a magnificent national park. this entryway to Taman Negara is commonly referred to as the Tanjung Mentong entryway. Lake Kenyir’s location on the fringes of Taman Negara makes …

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