ABOUT GUNUNG GADING NATIONAL PARK
Gunung Gading National Park is located near the small town of Lundu in Southwest Sarawak. Previously, Gunung Gading was established as a Forest Reserve in 1929 and gazetted as a National Park in 1983 with a total area of 4,196 ha. Gunung Gading National Park is one of the best places in Asia to view the spectacular blooms of the Rafflesia, a genus of leafless parasitic plant that produces the world’s largest flower. After 10 years as a conservation zone to protect these unusual plants, the park opened to visitors in 1994.
|Adult (18-59 years old)
|Senior Citizen (>60 years old)
|Children (6-17 years old)
|Children (below 6 years old)
HOW TO GET THERE
Gunung Gading National Park is only 5 minutes drive from the small town of Lundu, which is 80km by road from Kuching (1-2 hours drive). Kuching-based travel agents can arrange tours. Independent travellers may use their own transport or take the bus from Kuching Sentral to Lundu.
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