Gading (Perigi)

GADING (PERIGI)

The Gunung Gading National Park near Lundu is world-famous for its Rafflesia flowers which regularly bloom near the Park headquarters. During those times, tourists flock to see the largest flower in the world but it can be difficult to predict and the blooming period is very short. It seems to be most common in November, December, February and March but can happen at any time of the year. There is also some very good trekking in the Park.

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Serapi

SERAPI

Gunung Serapi is located in Kubah National Park and is near to the Matang wildlife sanctuary. At 911m, it is the tallest peak in the Kuching area. It can easily be climbed in a single day, as most hikers complete the trek in 5 hours or less and it is a very popular jogging spot. The mountain is actually known as the Matang range, and Serapi is the highest peak of the range.

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Sarawak Peak 1461

Facts Elevation: 1,461 m (4,793 ft) Prominence: 1,148 m Ribu category: Kurang Tinggi Province: Sarawak (Malaysia) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Unknown. Practicalities Getting there: Unknown at present Accommodation: Unknown at present Permits: Unknown at present Water sources: Unknown at present Travel insurance: We recommend World Nomads insurance, which is designed […]

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Kana

Facts Elevation: 1,065 m (3,494 ft) Prominence: 1,011 m Ribu category: Kurang Tinggi Province: Sarawak (Malaysia) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Bukit Kana has been climbed at least a few times. Practicalities Getting there: Unknown at present Accommodation: Unknown at present Permits: Unknown at present Water sources: Unknown at present Travel […]

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Kalulong

Facts Elevation: 1,581 m (5,187 ft) Prominence: 1,130 m Ribu category: Kurang Tinggi Province: Sarawak (Malaysia) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Very little is known about Gunung/Gunong or Bukit Kalulong, although it has been climbed at least a couple of times by scientific researchers. Practicalities Getting there: Unknown at present Accommodation: […]

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Murud

MURUD

Mount Murud is the highest peak in the Kelabit Highlands and, indeed, the highest peak in Sarawak. It is part of the recently-created Pulong Tau National Park although at present there are no significant Park facilities or anywhere near as many travellers as you would encounter in Mulu National Park. However, with incredible flora and fauna, stunning rock formations, unbelievable panoramic views, and ample shelters to make carrying a tent with you quite unnecessary if you hike from Ba’kelalan, this is one of the finest hikes in Borneo, if not the entire Malay archipelago.

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