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Lambir Hills National Park, Miri

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The Lambir Hills National Park (Malay: Taman Negara Bukit Lambir) is a national park in Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. It is a small park, at 6,952 hectares (17,180 acres), and is composed largely of mixed dipterocarp forest, with some small areas of 'kerangas' (heath forest). The park is 150–465 m (492–1,526 ft) above sea level.

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  • Nice waterfall easily accessible. If rainy the way can be very slippery and a stick may be helpful. The stairs and some parts of the trek should be reworked in order to be less dangerous. The ropes... 
    Nice waterfall easily accessible. If rainy the way can be very slippery and a stick may be helpful. The stairs and some parts of the trek should be reworked in order to be less dangerous. The ropes...  more »
  • Despite the city of Miri having a large community of expatriates and locals keen on exploring outdoors, Lambir National Park has not taken serious efforts to be the major attraction in Miri for... 
    Despite the city of Miri having a large community of expatriates and locals keen on exploring outdoors, Lambir National Park has not taken serious efforts to be the major attraction in Miri for...  more »
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  • The park is really great, but the tracks need a lot of repair. Many bridges have collapsed so great care must be taken not to slip and fall so be prepared. The tracks are medium to difficult but lead you to beautiful waterfalls through lovely tropical forest. The hills can be very steep so take plenty of drinking water and make sure you apply insect repellent.
  • About 1hr drive from Miri. Unfortunately, the journey is not smooth, as many road works on the route. We were lucky, the park was not busy. The track is reasonably signage. With at least 1 missing sign to HQ part of the way. Thanks to Google to assist to locate exit. It's very unfortunate, most of the waterfall is closed. Very disappointed, RM10/- charged per Adult and our tax money, the wood walkway has not been kept to repair work and safe. The wood walkway is slippery. Please find way to reduce the danger. Toilet, need repair and cleaning, too. But, yes, please come and enjoy the flora and fauna. Please help to LIKE this review. TQ.

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