Gunung Gading National Park + Wind & Fairy Cave

The main attraction in Gunung Gading National Park is the Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower - one of the best places to view the Rafflesia’s spectacular blooms.

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Gunung Gading National Park in the Lundu District, southwest of Sarawak.   It was gazetted in 1st August 1983, provide as a conservation zone for the protection of the Rafflesia (world ‘s largest flower), beside Rafflesia it is also a home to numerous rare plants.  The rafflesia, which can grow up to one metre in diameter.  When in bloom the flower gives off a nasty smell which will attracts flies and other insects.  It has no specific season but the rainy season provides a better blooming frequencies.  It takes nine months to mature and when flowering lasted only 4 to 5 days before dying.

Beside the Rafflesia, the park also offer other attractions – its rainforest scenery, dense rainforest is criss-crossed by crystal clear water stream and numbers of nice and beautiful waterfall, pool for relaxing and swimming to offer to visitors.  Beside the waterfalls, there are also challenging treks, even a climb to the summit.


Ganung Gading National Park

Tour Inclusive of:
Transportation (SIC)
Entrance Fees
1 Local Lunch

Exclusive of:
Personal Expenses
Personal Travelling Insurance
Alcohol, Carbonated Drink, Juice & Snacks
Tipping for guide / driver

Tour Rates : RM 320.00 per Adult (Gunung Gading National Park + Wind & Fairy Cave)
RM 280.00 per Adult (Gunung Gading National Park Only)
4 Adults and above special discount will be given
Duration : 6 Hours

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