Gunung Gading National Park
Home of the Elusive Giant Flower
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.
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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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