Welcome to Lambir Hills National Park
The park encompasses a range of low sandstone hills with an extraordinary variety of plants and animals. Studies of a 52-hectare research plot found an amazing 1200 tree species. Fauna include clouded leopards, barking deer, pangolins, tarsiers, five varieties of civet, 10 bat species and 50 other kinds of mammals, though you are unlikely to see many of them around park HQ. Lambir Hills is also home to an unbelievable 237 species of bird, among them eight kinds of hornbill, and 24 species of frog – and more are being found all the time.