Sarawak

March 29, 2012 |

For eco-minded adventure, Bako National Park, some 37 km east of Kuching, is a fascinating bio-sphere to explore. Comprised of standstone cliffs, sweeping beaches and idyllic bays, this 26 square kilometre park offers an abundance of flora and fauna. At least seven major types of vegetation common to Sarawak are to be found. The most significant animal in the park is the long nosed proboscis monkey, unique only to Borneo.
The park has 16 maintained and well-marked jungle trails. For beach lovers, its sandy coastline invites beachcombing at low tide, swimming and sunset watching.

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