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Kubah National Park

Kuching, Malaysia
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Kuching, Malaysia
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Reviewed 21 January 2017

We spent 5 nights here staying in the hostel. The amenities are clean and you get a kitchen and fridge to cook your meals. Unfortunately there is not hot water but for $5AUD a night you cant complain. The national park itself is great, especially...More

Thank Jasmine V
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Kubah park offers several trails from one hour to several hours. The forest is dense and you can get lost on the trails (bring your phone for emergencies). You can't buy food or water in the park, so bring something. Entry fee is 20 Ringgit...More

1  Thank Roger R
Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

A real jungle experience that can be quite easily done yourself. On arrival, a friendly guide Dominic gave us the low down on the different trails available and even suggested a route for us. The trails themselves are well signposted and if you take the...More

1  Thank Saj S
Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

Kubah National Park provides awesome, well-kept trekking trails that take you into the real rainforests of Sarawak. ***You do not need a guide to experience Kubah National Park!!!*** Kubah is easily accessible. We took an Uber (new to this region of Malaysia) and it took...More

4  Thank Matthew S
Reviewed 9 January 2017

i love this place and it's has great view. only bummer you have to walk about 1 km up a very steep hill just to go to most of the places. We went to the Waterfall and as well as the Observation point. A great...More

Thank telur1
Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

Don't trust the hiking times suggested by the park - took the 3-4 hour one way hike in 3.5 hours both ways. Primary forest, but all hikes signposted nicely (except for the start). Beware of leeches who live in leaves on the ground though.

Thank Sandra W
Reviewed 14 December 2016

There are several trails here and we took the waterfall one. You start off walking up the road which can be quiet steep uphill.The trail itself was quiet difficult for us and so we did not complete. It was amazing to actually feel you were...More

Thank 918teresah
Reviewed 9 December 2016

That why this is good place for trekking. At the end of long journey there is a great surprise - a waterfall with clean chill water.

Thank yaqbeush
Reviewed 24 November 2016

I've been here four times and if I ever come back to Kuching, I will do that again. The summit has good view, and the waterfall is so huge and perfect spot for picnic after hiking.

Thank Samiyah S
Reviewed 4 November 2016

Walking up the hill was hard work but once we got to the top and started our descent through the jungle is became easier (just more concentration then required on footing). When we got to the waterfall we enjoyed taking photos and cooling down under...More

1  Thank MiJulie88
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is this park worth going to the extent that it means I get to spend one day less in Mulu? Been debating this for two days and I can't make up my mind. Thanks for your input.
13 March 2017|
Response from Samiyah S | Reviewed this property |
spend more on Mulu. A day trip can generally cover Kubah NP. if you have to decide summit or waterfall, go for the waterfall it was soo huge and amazing and worth it.
Deb M
What hostel did you stay at?
24 January 2017|
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Response from Jasmine V | Reviewed this property |
Hi Deb, If you want to stay inside the national park (which is a great idea for wildlife spotting) you have to book via the government website. Just google sarawak national park ebooking. There is the hostel which has a... More