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Category: National parks, Local time: 23:59:15
Similajau National Park is a protected coastal area near town Bintulu
. The park is famous for its beautiful sand beaches and wild nature surrounding them.
About Similajau National Park
Similajau National Park had been gradually established between the years 1976 and 2000. And today it covers an area of 89.96 km2. Visitors came to Similajau National Park to enjoy a wild nature of forests and high rocky cliffs, which are home to many endangered animals. The park protects up to 24 species of mammals, including rare gibbons and macaques, 185 species of birds and one can also spot there salt water crocodiles. Similajau National Park also offers a beautiful several kilometres long beaches with coral reeves – which are just perfect location for diving.
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Last update: Oct 19, 2012 7:19:26 PM
The information has not been confirmed by the owner yet
This information is provided by the community of TIXIK users and is waiting for confirmation by the owner. What recreational activities are available or possible?
: hiking, swimming, fishing, picknicking Character of the park
: marine Protected animal species
: porcupine, deer, macaque, bear (Ursidae), dolphin, jellyfish (medusa), parrot, eagle, crocodile, gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), cayman, turtle, owl Other services
: campsite, beach, toilets Why to go there?
: unique fauna, marshland