A. BIRDING IN KUCHING
DURATION : 3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS
PRICE : RM 2,373.00 PER PERSON
Kubah National Park
Kubah National Park is situated on a sandstone plateau, mostly covered by mixed dipterocarp forest. With an area size of 2230ha, this national park house varieties of wildlife, birds & many species of reptiles and amphibians. Kubah is also home to endemic birds like Blue-Banded Pitta, Bornean Blue-Flycatcher, Yellow-Rumped Flowerpecker and Bornean Black-Magpie. Other resident birds are Red-Bearded Bee-eater, Raffles’s Malkoha, Red-Naped Trogan, Diard’s Trogon, Scarlet-Rumped Trogon, Rufous-Backed Kingfisher, Rufous-Collared Kingfisher, Blue-Banded Kingfisher, White-Crowned Hornbill, Red-Throated Barbet, Rufous Piculet, Buff-Necked Woodpecker, Grey and Buff Woodpecker, Maroon Woodpecker, Banded broadbill, Green Broadbill, Grey-Bellied Bulbul, Chestnut-Naped Forktail, White-Rumped Shama, Grey-Headed Babbler, Rufous-Crowned Babbler, Scaly-Crowned Babbler, Brown Fulvetta, Sunda Blue-Flycatcher, Spotted Fantail, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Grey-Breasted Jungle-Flycatcher, Mangrove Whistler, Scarlet-Breasted Flowerpecker, Crimson Sunbird, Bronzed Drongo and Crested Jay.
Borneo Highlands resort stands on Sarawak and Kalimantan border, some 1000 metres above sea level. It is nestled amongst the oldest and second largest tropical rainforest in the world. Endemic bird species found here are Bornean Barbet, Pygmy White-Eye, Blue-Banded Pitta, Bornean Banded Kingfisher, Bornean Brown Barbet, Bornean Black Magpie, Chestnut-Crested Yuhina and Dusky Munia.
B. BIRDING IN MULU NATIONAL PARK
DURATION : 3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS
: RM 5,800 PER PERSON (SINGLE TRAVELER)
: RM 3,555 PER PERSON (TWIN-SHARING – 2 ADULTS & ABOVE)
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Park is Sarawak’s most famous park. Although renowned for its amazing limestone cave systems, Mulu is incredibly biodiverse and hosts a wealth of rare flora and fauna. The entrance to Deer Cave is an almost guaranteed site for the Bat Hawk, especially at dusk when up to 1.8 million Wrinkle-lipped Bats emerge from the cave. Mulu has an eye-catching bird list of 262 species, which includes all eight species of Bornean hornbills, and over half of the island’s endemics such as Fruithunter, Hose’s Broadbill, and Whitehead’s Spiderhunter.
C. BIRDING IN MULU NATIONAL PARK
DURATION : 5 DAYS/4 NIGHTS
: RM 8,683 PER PERSON (SINGLE TRAVELER)
: RM 5,376 PER PERSON (TWIN-SHARING – 2 ADULTS & ABOVE)
D. BIRDING IN NIAH AND BA’ KELALAN
DURATION : 6 DAYS/5 NIGHTS
: RM 12,200 PER PERSON (SINGLE TRAVELER)
: RM 6,914 PER PERSON (TWIN-SHARING – 2 ADULTS & ABOVE)
Although it is one of Sarawak’s smallest national parks, it is certainly one of the most important and unusual attractions to visitors. What is most interesting about Niah is that one of the main claims to fame is the birthplace of civilization in the region. The oldest modern human remains in Southeast Asia along with many other relics of prehistoric man were discovered about 40,000 years ago, making the park one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. It is worth taking your time and walking quietly along the way, as you may well see some of the park’s wildlife. If you leave the Great cave and return along the plank walk around clouds intermingling, you can see half a million of swiftlets are returning to their nests, whilst half a million bats fly out to forage in the forest. This is one of Niah’s most spectacular sights which represent only a small niche in the earth complex ecosystem.
Ba’Kelalan is one of Sarawak’s top highlands destination offering nature and adventure experiences. There are about nine villages that make up Ba’Kelalan in the Maligan Highlands, in Limbang Division, Sarawak. The villagers here belong to the Lun Bawang tribe, with a population of about 1,000. Situated about 3,000 feet above sea level, such elevation gives Ba’Kelalan the privilege of having temperate weather ranging from 25 degrees celcius during the the day and at night the temperature drops to around 15 degrees celcius. Ba’Kelalan produces the famous Adan rice (also known as Bario Rice) and mountain salt, obtained from the nearby hills.
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