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All reviews national park nice waterfall entrance fee lovely walk min drive cafe on site easy hike borneo rainforest start early few hours hiking trails hour hike bring lots of water worth the trip drinking water flip flops wear good shoes
It was a lovely Saturday afternoon when we went in July, supposedly, a drier season. We were told that after August, when the Monsoons set in, we could never tell about the rains which normally arrive at about 2 or 3 in the afternoon. Also...More
I went just for the Latak Waterfall, it's just few minutes walk passing by beautiful bridge and few nature walks you will be surprised with this beautiful waterfall.
the place not really clean so its quite disappointing so please clean whatever you bring before left...More
The park, as added 1700 as closing time, because that when the administration goes home. So I changed listing to 1500 that is the time when it gets closed for visitors.
I was there at 15:40.. Long drive not possible to see the park.
Before I took a Grab, I had checked online. It showed that the park is open for today. When I reached there, I saw notices on the wall and counter saying that it is closed for maintenance until further notice!!! The authority should make sure...More
Entrance fee is RM10 per pax for Malaysian adults. Just went to one of the waterfalls (Latak Waterfall). If you wanna come here, better be around 9-10am or else this place will be flooded by people at noon.
I was lucky enough to join a tour with guide Charlie and one other visitor. The track is surrounded by wonderful forest 🌳. A truly beautiful park. Guide Charlie looks after his guests very well giving a quick run down of the area what you...More
A dense rainforest with trails mapped and mostly marked, although some wooden signs deteriorated in the humid environment and fell down. Very steep and slippery in parts. Other wooden shade & observation tower structures likewise not maintained, now being closed due to rot. Lots of...More
We recently stopped in the cabins at the national park. They are basic but great for people wanting to visit the jungle.
We stopped in cabin 12. This had two rooms and a shared lounge. We booked one room but nobody else was stopping there...More
We had a great trek through the Lambir Hills. We encountered a huge storm whilst in the park, which was frighteningly fantastic.
We got absolutely drenched and the pathways turned into rivers with the rainfall.
The waterfalls are beautiful and the creatures in there natural...More
You can do both Lambir and Niah caves in a day but you will be rushing and you can only do long hikes in both places. Perhaps, hike to the water fall in Lambir and the first cave in Niah. There is a town close to Niah that... More
You can do both Lambir and Niah caves in a day but you will be rushing and you can only do long hikes in both places. Perhaps, hike to the water fall in Lambir and the first cave in Niah. There is a town close to Niah that has several restaurants.