sarawak wetland national park
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Sarawak Wetland National Park

Sarawak Wetland National Park – The park is the home of endangered proboscis monkey, long tailed macaques, silvered langurs, mudskippers, white belled sea eagles, firefly, horseshoe crabs and crocodile


It is the remains of the former Sarawak Mangrove Forest Reserve which covered an area of 66.1 Kilometers. The park is composed of coastal, marine and freshwater ecosystems. Mangroves serve as important coastal deference absorbing strong waves. The park is the home some of Borneo Wildlife; Proboscis Monkey, long-tailed macaques, Silvered Langurs, Mudskippers, white bellied sea eagles, firefly, horseshoe crabs, and crocodile. 

DEPARTURE TIME Please be prepared by 3:30 PM
RETURN TIME Approximately 9:00 PM.
WEAR Comfortable clothing, shoes, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Tour & Transfers
Meals English speaking guide
And items not mentioned

Please bring along sun block lotion, insect repellent, drinking water bottle, walking shoes, binoculars, camera, hat & raincoat.

Put on your shoes and bring a long your small backpack because we are ready for an adventure. Depart from your respective hotels in Kuching City by our van and travel for about 50 Minutes through the busy road of Kuching City. Passing through the housing, local shop houses and villages out of the city. Upon arriving at Telaga Air where it’s belong to small Malay fisher village, put on your life jacket provided before embark onto a local boat. Heading toward the open sea, cruising around to search for the wildlife then passing by the mangrove. If weather are fine, you can watch the sunset across in the open sea. Along the boat journey, you can sport various species of Borneo wildlife.

Walk up a man-made jetty to trek inside the forest to see the primary jungle and watch out for more Borneo wildlife on this Borneo wetland park. Booth are provided for you during your walk into the jungle . Bring along your torch light as it will be dark after sunset. Reaching the Malay village along the beaches for a very simple local Sarawak’s dinner. After dinner, embark on a boat to look out for firefly, slow-loris, night jar and perhaps the red eyes of Crocs.

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