Kidurong Tower Kidurong Tower, a small observation tower located at Tanjung Kidurong on the outskirts of town offers views of Bintulu’s oil and gas facilities and structures. It’s best to go shortly after dark when the flame-offs from the refineries and processing facilities make an awe-inspiring sight.
Lambir Hills National Park is probably the world’s most complex and diverse forest ecosystem. Its 6,952 hectares of lowland dipterocarp and heath forests rise to a height of 450m and produce the greatest known level of plant biodiversity on the planet.
Loagan Bunut National Park. Loagan Bunut features a unique ecosystem based on Sarawak’s largest natural lake (65 ha). The shallow lake usually drains completely when the water in the nearby Tinjar river is low (normally February and late May or early June/July).
In 1967 Bintulu celebrated the first 100 years of the Council Negri meeting (Sarawak State Legislative Assembly). A stone monument was built in front of a government rice storeroom to commemorate the event. Bintulu was a sub-district of Miri Division in the 1970s. The sub-district was upgraded into a district in 1987.
The most convenient way to get to Niah National Park is by taxi which takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to reach from Miri city. Cost of a one-way fare is about RM150.00 Bus Take Bus No.33A from city centre to Pujut Corner Bus Terminal. From here, one can take any bus that goes to either Bintulu, Sibu or Kuching. Get off at the Niah Rest Stop. Bus fare is RM15.00 per person.
Taman Tumbina Bintulu is an integration of a botanical and zoological garden. The name TUMBINA originates from the Malay words TUMbuhan (meaning Plant) and BINAtang (animal). The name TUMBINA originates from the Malay words TUMbuhan (meaning Plant) and BINAtang (animal).
Pantai Temasya Tanjung Batu is located in Bintulu. With our online itinerary creator, Bintulu attractions like Pantai Temasya Tanjung Batu can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Taman Tumbina Bintulu is an integration of a botanical and zoological garden. The name TUMBINA originates from the Malay words TUMbuhan (meaning Plant) and BINAtang (animal). Tumbina was created with a vision to be A Living Heritage Of The Flora & Fauna Of Borneo.
Bintulu is located 610 kilometres (380 mi) northeast of Kuching 216 kilometres (134 mi) northeast of Sibu, and 200 kilometres (120 mi) southwest of Miri. Bintulu is located near the mouth of the Kemena River, in the coastal region of central Sarawak.