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Have you heard of Similajau? Apa tu Similajau?

Haha you see it right! It’s Similajau! Don’t misunderstood k it’s not a bad word or so. There’s really such place! It’s a National Park in Sarawak! I thought it’s wonderful name so just go and check the place out but it’s rather disappointed with the condition!

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

I have been there last year but the water is so dirty and nothing much to see the seriously! Check out the video on the sea!

Other than the dirty and sandy sea water, the place is actually very nice but I think not really well maintain so that make it a bit run down.

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

You can still see or catch little crab there! Quite fun and there’s not much ppl there so if you go in a group of friends will be better rather than 2 persons than it might be quite dangerous.

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Check out I did a Side Kick there! Quite flexible right? =)

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

Similajau National Park @ Sarawak

SIMILAJAU NATIONAL PARK, SARAWAK

Similajau National Park, just 45 minutes from Bintulu, provides a great weekend getaway for the people within the central region of Sarawak. It has one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Malaysia with miles of unspoiled white and golden sand and rocky beaches facing the South China Sea.

Gazetted in 1978, it covers 7,064 hectares of virgin coastal forest, starting from Sungai Likau in the south to Similajau River in the north. Spanning 30km, it is abundant in flora and fauna and offers you a wonderful experience exploring miles and miles of empty beach.

The terrestrial fauna of the park boasts 24 recorded species of mammals, such as gibbons, banded langurs and long-tailed macaques. A very noteworthy reptile found here is the Saltwater Crocodile.

The Park has also recorded 230 species of birds, which include hornbills and migratory water birds like Storms Stork. If you’re lucky, you might be able to see dolphins out amongst the waves. Occasionally, green turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.

Source : Tourism Malaysia

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Date: 22 Oct 2011
Time: 7pm – till late
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Author: Saimatkong

This blog is a platform to share what I love in life: food (eat), travel (play), photography (art) and life (thoughts and ideas). With passion for food, I share my foodie adventures and indulgences here. “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”

Traveling makes us a better human being as we recognise the similarities and celebrate the differences of cultures between where we travel to and where we come from. “The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”

Photography do more than just capturing the best moments in our lives; they also help us tell our life stories. “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

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