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Kubah National Park

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Kubah National Park[4] (tel. +60-82-231 024) is in Sarawak, East Malaysia.


View from the National Park



It is dominated by sandstone plateau and covers an area of 2,230 hectares.

Flora and fauna[edit]


Get in[edit]

Kubah is 21 km from Kuching. Matang Transport Co. bus No. 21 can get you to Kubah Park HQ. Schedule: Kuching->Kubah 8:00,11:00,14:00,17:00; Polytechnik->Kubah 6:30,9:30,12:30,15:30. In Kuching bus departs from Saujana bus stop which is located nearby Merdeka Shopping Mall.

As alternative it only takes 40 minutes to get from Kuching to Kubah by car.


Foreign Adult (single entry): RM20
Foreign Child/Senior (single entry): RM7

Get around[edit]

Waterfall in Kubah National Park

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Home to many refreshing waterfalls and rock streams.

  • One of the must-dos is a trip to the Frog Pond at night. Make sure you go there at night or evening as frogs are nocturnal and during the day you might get disappointed by the lack of frogs.

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There are six jungle trails plus one that leads to the summit of Mount Serapi.

  • Trek to Mount Serapi - exhausting uphill trek on a concrete road (a six hour return trip). You can see lots of lush tropical plants along the way plus there is a nice view at the top.
  • Raya trail leads to Matang Wildlife Centre.
  • Waterfall trail 1hr easy trekking to a really nice waterfall. And you can swim there.
  • Selang trail It takes 40 min to reach the view point (nice view) and then the same amount of time back as it's a circle trail.

For full details of the trails in Kubah national park, please refer to NP official site: [5]

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Eat[edit][add listing]

Bring your own food and water as there is no shops or eateries within boundaries of the park.

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Accommodation is available in the form of chalets and a hostel. They provide full kitchen facilities, namely gas stove, frying pan, kettle, rice cooker, fridge, cutlery.


  • Forest Hostel, +60 (0)82 248088 (), [1]. checkin: 14-00; checkout: 11-00. 3 rooms with six single beds in Room 1, four single beds in Room 2 and two single beds in Room 3. -Non-airconditioned. -Fan only. -Attached bathroom and toilet. RM15.00 per bed.  edit
  • Forest Lodge (type 5), +60 (0)82 248088 (), [2]. checkin: 14-00; checkout: 11-00. 3 rooms with five single beds in Room1, three single beds in Rooms 2, and two sngle beds in Room 3. -Non -airconditioned. -Fan only. RM150.00 per unit.  edit
  • Forest Lodge (type 4), +60 (0)82 248088 (), [3]. checkin: 14-00; checkout: 11-00. 2 rooms with two single beds in Room 1 and 2 single beds plus 1 double-bunk bed in Room 2. -Air-conditioned. RM 225.00 per House.  edit


No campsite available.


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Get out[edit]

Matang Wildlife Centre, Tel: +60-82-248 088. It is part of Kubah National Park and is popular with families who picnic by the refreshing rock pools and waterfalls. There are full facilities including toilets and BBQs. There are four relatively easy jungle trails, but the main attraction used to be the Orang Utan Training Centre - where orphaned and rescued Orang Utans are rehabilitated and taught how to survive in the wild. But after a tourist got bitten by one of these apes they were put into enclosures and you can't see them into a wild anymore. The centre also houses other animals like Crocodiles and Hornbills in large enclosures.

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