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Reviewed 5 days ago

Kubah national park is definitely the path less travelled for those who wish to experience the rainforest in it's natural form. We drove to Kubah, taking about 45 mins in the early morning. At 8 am in the morning, the forest is virtually yours to...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank mostlyharmless
Reviewed January 5, 2019 via mobile

We did a 3.5 hr evening frog walk here booked through Borneo a la carte (although multiple places in Kuching offer the same thing). It was amazing! Our guide Rosli (?), a First Nations man, was so lovely and informative. He was truly passionate about...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed December 28, 2018 via mobile

While Bako is the most popular one, Kubah is bigger and less crowded, worth at least one day trip as well. as it's quite remote be aware that if you go by grab it's not that obvious you can order one for the way back....More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Agnes8408
Reviewed December 22, 2018

We spent 4 nights here in our own tent . There is small but comfortable camping area with shower, sinks, shed with tables and benches . Every morning and evening we listened to sweet songs of mother nature . This nice entertainment was for us...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Evgenii S
Reviewed December 18, 2018

We hiked to one of the many waterfalls in the park, kind of a challenging hike, but worthwhile. The forest and park show signs of past selective cutting, but the first is still nice.

Date of experience: December 2018
Reviewed November 28, 2018

My husband and I booked a trip with Buffalo Tours as we wanted more about the trees in the national park. The guide was quite good as he looked out for and pointed to flora and fauna we would have missed if walking on our...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank hweelengtoh
Reviewed November 8, 2018

So pretty and lush. We hiked to a beautiful waterfall and swam in its pool. An unforgettable experience.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank chocolateandwine
Reviewed October 20, 2018

The night frog tour was part of our Amazing Borneo Tour. We did not have any particular expectations about this tour but we were keen to see what was on show. Our guide for the night (Pui) has written books on frogs in Borneo, so...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Joe Sue S
Reviewed October 17, 2018

Visited them last week. Located approx 30 minutes from city center. Will cost approx RM 28 for a trip. Totally would recommend it to others. Nice view during the hike make it worth. Just remember to bring your own food/drinks as there is no convenience...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Brader S
Reviewed August 26, 2018 via mobile

Amazing! We had the best day, it‘s such an interesting place! It was harder than we thought tho, the paths are going right through the jungle, up and down. So wear good shoes! We did the Waterfall trail. When we arrived a ranger explained us...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Sumit D
New Delhi, India
Bako+ Kubah National park (1 Reply)
Hi, We are planning to go to Kuching begining of August. Want to go walking into both or one of these places. Can some one advise how to get from Kuching to these parks and how long we should plan to be there, key spots to visit. We mean to make this a day trip and not over night Sumit
July 28, 2012|
Singapore, Singapore
Public bus or shuttle advice (4 Replies)
Hi to all... I will be travelling to Kuching for 5 days in early December. I would love to visit Kubah National park and Mount Santubong. I need some peace and quiet for a relaxing holiday... Does anyone have a time table for the public bus schedule? I am planning on booking Telang Usan Hotel. Where should i take the buses from. Do any of you know if there are any shuttle service from this hotel? Any advice or help is greatly appreciated...Thanks in advance!
October 26, 2012|
Response fromMatti80|
In the morning buses start from Kuching to Kubah about every hour. If I remember correctly Matang Transport do this route. Kubah Park is close to the city, only 20 km. Enjoy
Rain forest visit for elderly (2 Replies)
Advice please on easiest rain forest/park for elderly couple to visit from Kuching without involving difficult/slippery walks. Reviews seem to suggest Kubah National Park but trails appear doubtful??
February 21, 2012|
Response fromesorlegin|
'Elderly' is relative - it all depends on fitness. I met an elderly lady in Bako 2 years ago - she was 81 YO and walked many of the trails. Kubah and Matang would give you a taste - but I am not aware of any parks around Kuching that are 1.) flat or 2.) not slippery (esp after rain)