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mt santubong loop trail!

if you are not really a mountain hiker but still want to hike a little bit, try mt santubong loop... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2017
Borneo_Lady
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Kuching, Malaysia
Mt Santubong Mountain Trek

Firstly, do not underestimate this mountain. Unless you're of a relatively fit state the red route... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
Matthew W
via mobile
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Reviewed 11 March 2017

if you are not really a mountain hiker but still want to hike a little bit, try mt santubong loop trail. you will pass a beautiful waterfall area with hanging bride. very good place to sit down and have a good rest after a hike...More

7  Thank Borneo_Lady
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Firstly, do not underestimate this mountain. Unless you're of a relatively fit state the red route is not for you. If you are of an adventurous nature this is one experience that you must do. The trek is simply stunning. Very challenging, with a huge...More

Thank Matthew W
Reviewed 4 March 2017 via mobile

With big grins, let's wind in our hair, and flying across the many branches of the Santubong and Salak River Delta systems by speed boat, truly lifts the spirits. With a sharp eye for sightings for wildlife, we saw a few Irrawaddy dolphins in pods...More

Thank Sk G
Reviewed 2 March 2017

It takes about 45-minutes drive to reach Santubong National Park from Kuching town. The process is easy, just go to Santubong National Park office and register yourself in the log book, get a map from the officer. No fee for the entrance and no guide...More

2  Thank ArieHassan
Reviewed 3 February 2017

I'm not new to trekking, but this 810m bad boy is nothing I've experienced before. It's super tough! I got long legs and arms so it is probably easier for me than for the others. Either way, bring a towel, big bottle of water and...More

1  Thank Seva_Latin
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

Been there weeks ago. We climb for about 4 hours and go down for 5 hours because we are exhausted. Lol. Anyway there were many things u can find whilst u climb the mountain. And i loved the legendary story about the mountain that has...More

1  Thank Jason_Chong86
Reviewed 26 January 2017

it was an amazing hiking experience and mentally and physically challenging! it was raining when I reached the summit. and it was still raining when we going down. the rain makes it even more challenging and tough descend. you must bring enough water and food...More

Thank TravellerMM7
Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

The drizzle started after we registered at the park office. We decided that a climb would be tough given the slippery ground and rocks (when crossing the streams). So we opted to reach the waterfalls before heading back. A 30-min trek took us over an...More

2  Thank kapitanchina
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

This was a tremendous hike. Their are two trails, red and blue. Blue is the easier of the two featuring waterfalls and bridges. The red is the toughie which goes to the peak and has a waterfall exhibit too. You can go to station F7,...More

6  Thank David H
Reviewed 26 November 2016

Those who are really love hiking can climb Santubong mountain. You may do this on day trip. No need guide.

1  Thank Faridah M
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nalney
19 November 2016|
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Response from izret | Reviewed this property |
there is a registration counter at the beginning point, you have to sign in, write down your data including the phone number (optionally), and then sing out, if something happens, they know about you.
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Katherine L
24 July 2015|
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Response from Mohamad U | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kathrine, you can get a taxi from Bako or maybe private transport(Van). If you planned to stay overnite at Santubong, I suggest you rent one air conditioned Chalet at Camp Permai where you can enjoy the wild and you can... More
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Response from Mohamad U | Reviewed this property |
Hi my fren, I had twice experience climbing Mount Santubong. Bukit Lambir is not so difficult as compared to Mount Santubong. I lost my way at Mount Santubong during my first climb due to wrong compass reading.
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