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Kubah National Park
Kubah National Park

Kubah National Park

8am–5pm daily
Jalan Lundu-Sampadi, Kuching, Sarawak

The basics

A walk down the hour-long Palmetum trail reveals more than 100 different types of palm trees, while other short walks such as the Belian Trail amble past exotic flora including giant mushrooms, figs, durian, and rambutan.

Explore the park without having to worry about getting lost on a hiking tour, which typically lead to waterfalls and bathing pools, and focus on flora such as orchids and pitcher plants. Spot different species of fauna on a night tour, which reveals nocturnal wildlife such as mouse deer, black hornbills, and more than 60 different species of frog. Tours typically include hotel pickup and drop-off to save making your way back after dark.

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Things to know before you go

*Kubah National Park is a must-visit place for nature lovers and travelers looking to go jungle trekking. *There are several accommodation options within walking distance of the park—advance booking is recommended. *If you plan to spend the day trekking, ensure you bring comfortable shoes, insect repellent, a rain jacket, and plenty of water.

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How to get there

The park is accessible by the number 11 bus from Saujana Car Park in Kuching. You can also take a taxi or drive a hire car along Jalan Akses, which takes around 45 minutes depending on the traffic.

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When to get there

Kubah National Park and the Matang Wildlife Centre are open daily from 8am to 5pm. The rainy season in Borneo spans the months of November to March, making May to September the best time to visit for clear skies and dry weather.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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