General Information to National Parks in Sarawak

No Name Area (ha) Division Date of Gazettement
1.

Bako National Park

2,727 ha

Kuching

4th May 1957

2. Gunung Gading National Park 4,196 ha Kuching 3rd May 1988
3.

Kubah National Park

2,230 ha

Kuching

11 th May 1989

4. Tanjung Datu National Park 1,379 ha Kuching 19 th May  1994
5.

Talang Satang National Park

0 ha(19,414 water bodies)

Kuching

4th November 1999

6. Kuching Wetland National Park 6,610 ha Kuching 10th October 2002
29

Dered Krian National Park

1,339 ha

Kuching

3rd October 2013

19

Santubong National Park

1,410 ha

Kuching

28th February 2007

20. Bungo Range Nature Reserve 8,096 ha Kuching 26th February 2009
7.

Batang Ai National Park

24,040 ha

Sri Aman

11 th May 1989

8. Maludam National Park 43,147 ha Sri Aman 31 st  May 2000
30 Gunung Lesong National Park
Under development
595 ha Sri Aman 9th January 2014
22. Ulu Sebuyau National Park
Reachable only by 4WD on logging road.
18,287 ha Sri Aman, Kuching 25th March 2010
9.

Similajau National Park
Similajau 1st Extension
Similajau National Park (Ext II)

7,064 ha
1,932 ha
13,124 ha

Bintulu

20 th April 1978
2 nd June 2000
9th June 2011

10. Bukit Tiban National Park 8,000 ha Bintulu 31 st  May  2000
27

Sungai Meluang National Park

2,770 ha

Bintulu

15th August 2013

11.

Gunong Mulu National Park
Gunong Mulu National Park (Ext. I)
Gunong Mulu National Park (Ext. II)

52,865 ha
4,555 ha
28,251 ha

Miri

3rd October 1974
15th December 2011
20th January 2011

12. Niah National Park 3,138 ha Miri 2 nd January 1975
13.

Lambir Hills National Park

6,949 ha

Miri

26th June 1975

14. Loagan Bunut National Park 10,736 ha Miri 29 th August 1991
15.

Usun Apau National Park

49,355ha

Miri

29th September 2005

16. Gunung Buda National Park
Gunung Buda National Park (Ext. I)
6,235 ha
5,072 ha
Limbang, Miri 18th January 2001
9th June 2011
17

Pulong Tau National Park
Pulong Tau National Park (Ext. I)
 

59,817ha
10,000ha

Limbang, Miri

24th March 2005
23rd May 2013

18. Rajang Mangrove National Park 9,373 ha Sibu 3 rd August  2000
21

Sedilu National Park

6,311 ha

Samarahan, Kuching

1st December 2010

23

Sampadi National Park

1,240 ha

Lundu, Kuching

15th December 2011

24. Pelagus National Park 2,041 ha Kapit, Sibu 26th February 2009
25

Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park

186,930 ha

Miri

28th February 2007

26 Limbang Mangroves National Park 4,360 ha Limbang 25th July 2013
28 Bruit National Park
Bruit National Park (Ext 1)
1,804 ha
8,071 ha
Mukah 24th October 2013
9th January 2014
 

 

 

2 Other Parks in Kuching City :

1) Matang Family Park
2) Malaysia-China Friendship Park
  Semonggoh Wildlife Centre
 

 

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION GENERALLY APPLIES TO ALL PARKS IN SARAWAK

What to bring?

Before departing for the park, visitors are advised to bring along these essential items:-

Clothing : Shorts and T-shirts are suitable. Slacks and long sleeved shirts and hat/caps are recommended for protection against sunburn and insects.

Footwear : Jogging shoes or rubber boots should be worn as trails in the forest can be quite muddy after rain .

Water bottle : A water bottle is necessary for longer walks in the Park.

Sunblock : Visitors are advised to apply sunblock while sunbathing to avoid sun burns.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

The rules and regulations are there to protect the Park for the benefit of visitors.

It is an offence to :-

enter without a permit

fish inside the Park

kill, capture/ poison or disturb any animal

cut, remove, destroy or set fire to any object, living or non living, dead or alive

introduce any animal or plant into the Park

damage, erect any building or other structures

litter

PENALTIES

The minimum fine for the above offences is RM1,000 and six months imprisonment.

PERMIT

Visitors must obtain a certified permit from the nearest booking offices before entering the National Parks, Nature Reserves or Wildlife Centres. For professional film makers and those carrying out expeditions, special permission from the Sarawak State Secretary must be obtained in advance.




ADVANCE RESERVATION

Visitors are advised to make advance reservations for accommodation within the park from the respective National Parks booking office.

RESERVATION FEE

A non refundable fee amounting to 10% of the total accommodation charges; or the full amount if total charges is less than RM 10.

OTHER CHARGES
Rent of locker

per day - RM 3.00

Park Entrance Fee

per adult - RM 3.00
under 18 years old - RM 1.00

Park Guide Fee

(per guide per hour, applicable to a few parks only)

Category A :

1 to 5 persons- RM 11.00
6 to 10 persons - RM 12.00

Category B :

1 to 5 persons - RM 9.00
6 to 10 persons - RM 10.00

Category C:

T to 5 persons - RM 6.00
6 to 10 persons - RM 7.00

Category D :

1 to 5 persons - RM 4.00
6 to 10 persons - RM 5.00

Camera - RM 5.00 (per camera)

Video Camera - RM 10.00 (per camera)
Professional Filming - RM 200.00

Insurance - to be obtained from the Park Office

The above rates are correct at time of printing and subject to change. Please consult your nearest office to verify the charges.

EXCLUSION OF LIABILITIES

Take notice that any person visiting Sarawak's national parks, nature reserves and wildlife centers enter at their own risk. The permit to enter is granted subject to the condition that the Forestry Department and/or the State Government and/or any officer shall not be responsible for any physical, mental or emotional injury sustained or any loss of life or property of whatsoever kind within these areas. The Sarawak Government or its officers disclaim any act(s) or omission however caused or arisen within these areas.


 


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