Gunung Gading National Park, Lundu, Sarawak
Lambir Hills National Park (Park Headquarters at 04°20’N, 113°50’E) was established in 1976 to protect a mostly lowland landscape with rolling hills that reach 465 m asl at the summit of Bukit Lambir, in northern Sarawak. The Park encompasses an area of 6,952 hectares of mixed dipterocarp forests and Bornean heath forests (local name: Kerangas).
The area is known to be one of the most botanically diverse regions in the world, with 1,175 tree species identified from a single 52 hectare plot. The Park is the site of an intense international research project, focussing on the ecology of these forests.
Lambir is only 32 km from Miri. Syarikat Bas Suria and Syarikat Bas Baram have frequent bus services to Batu Niah, Bakong and Bekenu, all of which stop directly opposite the park HQ. The journey time is about 30-40 mins.
For more information about Gunung Gading National Park, please click this link (http://www.sarawakforestry.com/htm/snp-np-gading.html)