Hiking in Bako National Park

Open Time : 8.00am to 5.00pm

Entry : paid

Address : Bako National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia

Why to visit Hiking in Bako National Park

Arrive to the Bako Jetty in no time for a leisurely trip to the beautiful natural scenery! Inspire your sense of adventure by exploring the interesting and thrilling deep rainforests, which are home to a varied range of plants and fauna. Take a look around to see a swarm of long-tailed macaques, a cunning silvery lutung, monitor lizards, and awe-inspiring airborne creatures wandering the skies!

You might even see a Borneo pig with an outstanding beard while walking through the jungle pathways. The thrills don't stop there: venture deeper into the forest for a chance to see the rare proboscis monkey, a long-nosed, mischievous Borneo native! Leave the trails and walk to the park's shore to hear the breaking waves. Explore the sandy bays, find coves, and see the famed sea stacks, which are magnificent rock formations created by evolutionary erosions! After that, you'll be dropped off at your Kuching hotel, bringing the tour around Sarawak's magnificent natural and living treasures to a close.

Special Tip

Visitors are advised to bring along trekking attire and shoes, sunblock, swimming gear, insect repellent and basic first aid supplies.

By Sparsh Kapoor

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