Lambir Hills National Park, Miri,
|坐标 Coordinate||N4.20427 E114.03391|
|类型 Profile||Stream waterrfall, vertical fall.|
|进入 Access||1 hour 50 mins jungle trekking.|
源头 Water source
||+/-2km from park office.|
|水池/营区 Pool/Campsite||Small pool near the fall. No campsite available.|
||Park entrance RM10.00/pax.|
Follow the red marking trail, before the Waterfall 2, there's a junction with a staircase. This is the Pantu Trail with white marking.
We climbed up this long cemented staircase. Because just after rain plus wet surface with algae, the slippery staircase almost make Celine fall down.
We trekked passby a tree tower. Because lack of maintence and damp weather, the wooden staircase are rotted and dangerous to climb. This tourist attraction is closed now. Wasted.
Just follow the white marking, you won't off the trail.
We are like dwarf when comparing with those high and giant Dipterocarp members in the park. hahaha...
The terrain of white marking trail is not as simple as the red markinf main trail. We trekked up and down in the jungle.
After crossing a stream, we reached Nibong Waterfall.
Nibong Fall not as high as the main attraction Pantu Fall.
This fall is suit to those day trippers who look for more adventurous experient in the Lambir Hills National Park.
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