Lambir Hills National Park


The 69-sq-km Lambir Hills National Park shelters dozens of jungle waterfalls, plenty of streams where you can take a cool dip, and a network of great walking trails through mixed dipterocarp and kerangas forests. A perennial favourite among locals and an important centre of scientific research, Lambir Hills makes a great day or overnight trip out of Miri.

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