Bintulu tourist attractions are not that plenty even though Bintulu is Sarawak's main industrial town and principal deep-water port...servicing the oil...gas and the timber industries.
Bintulu town is located at the mouth of the Kemena River with multi-racial population...living and working together in peace and harmony.
Similajau National Park, Bintulu.
The main tourist attraction is Bintulu is the Similajau National Park ...a narrow strip of forest fronted by golden sand beaches. As this is a protected area...permit is required to enter the national park which are available at the park entrance. There are accommodations, seminars room, admin and info centre and also jungle treks.
Council Negeri Memorial, Bintulu.
In Bintulu town itself is the Council Negeri Memorial which commemorates Sarawak's first State Legislative Assembly...on 8th.September 1867. It is located on the site where the first Sarawak State Legislative assembly was held. A centenary stone commemorating the centennial of the historical meeting was erected on this site in 1967 and was further improved to include a clock tower and fountain in 1987, the fountain was attractively fenced up in November 1998 for safety and aesthetical purpose.
Pasar Tamu, Bintulu.
The cone-shaped roof Pasar Tamu and Pasar Utama located near to each other along the riverfront...selling a range of local produces and local hawker food favourites. You can find the famous “Bintulu Belacan” or the shrimp paste here.
Pasar Malam, Bintulu.
At night you can try out the various food...drinks and cakes found at Pasar Malam located off Abang Galau Road...a nice place to spend your evening in Bintulu.
Kidurong Tower, Bintulu.
A small observation tower...Kidurong Tower located at Tanjung Kidurong on Bintulu town outskirt provides an exciting and uninterrupted view of Bintulu's oil and gas facilities and structures. You can get a stunning and awe-inspiring sight of the facilities shortly after dark.
Masjid Assyikirin which is located at Jalan Tanjung Kidurong. Kuan Ying Tong Temple which is located at Kilometer 2 of Jalan Sultan Iskandar is a skillfully crafted with roack garden courtyard, man-made waterfall and dragon fencing.
Bintulu Promenade, Bintulu.
Bintulu Promenade is the longest waterfront in Sarawak...cover a area of 120 acre is both commercial and recreational park combined. It is a quite and serene site for a stroll while enjoying the view of the Kemena River and the cool breeze.
Taman Tumbina Bintulu, Tanjung Batu.
Beside the Similajau National Park... Taman Tumbina Bintulu which is a mini-zoo and botanical parks featured a walk-in hornbill aviary...a walk-in butterfly and exotic animal is located near Tanjung Batu. There are pleanty of shade and it a popular venue for the local populations during the weekend and one of the place to go for a walk or jogging.
Tanjung Batu Beach, Bintulu.
Another popular Bintulu tourist attractions is the Tanjung Batu Beach...a local picnic and recreational spot located approximately 3 km from Bintulu town centre. The property is just after the Taman Tumbina and a short distance from BDA Building. Among the facilities available there are food stalls, public toilets and changing room, camping site, picnic benches, children playground and BBQ Pit.
Bintulu Golf Course.
Bintulu Golf Course which is located at Jalan Tanjung Kiduring is a 18 hole gold course set on hilly terrain adjacent to the coast...the Bintulu Golf Course.
Accommodations in Bintulu.
There are variety of accommodation option in Bintulu...from International Standard...mid-range hotels...budgets hotels and also homestay accommodation.
The hotels in Bintulu could be found within the city centre and also the suburban areas. Bintulu provide a ideal transit point to other town and city in Sarawak... Miri...The Resort City and Sibu among others.
You can either take a quick flight out from Bintulu Airport which is located 22km from Bintulu town centre or take a bus from the regional bus station to your other destinations in Sarawak.
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