Venture into the night wilderness and experience the diverse in forest night eco-system, also to visit the pretty waterfall that is within Lambir Hills.
Located in one of the most botanically diverse regions in the world, Lambir Hills National Park is extremely rich of lowland dipterocarp and heath forests that rise up to 465 meters in height. Covering approximately 70² km (6,952 hectares) of land, and situated 24 km south of Miri, this amazing national park was officially opened on 15th May 1975, and features a good trail system that enables visitors to explore the park’s famous Latak waterfalls, valleys, hills as well as its forests where it can be an ideal location for bird watching activity and nocturnal wildlife during night walks.
Your night adventure begins with a safety briefing from the park ranger before we proceed to discover the splendour and mystery of Lambir Hills. Let your senses guide you as you listen to and witness the wonders of the nocturnal wildlife as they entertain you with their night time symphony of howls and growls. Monkeys and the occasional wild boar wanders the area, and if you’re lucky, you might even come across the elusive sun bear or the unique pangolin. Also, keep an eye out for the tree frogs and various other reptiles and insects roaming about in the moonlight!