|地点 Location||Lambir Hills National Park, Miri, Sarawak.|
|坐标 Coordinate||N4.20395 E114.04281|
|类型 Profile||Stream waterrfall, vertical fall.|
|面向 Facing||South west.|
|进入 Access||Easy jungle trekking.|
|源头 Water source|
|距离 Distance||+/-1km from park office.|
|水池/营区 Pool/Campsite||Deep Swimming pool. No campsite available.|
|收费 Fee||Park entrance RM10.00/pax|
Lambir Hills国家公园成立并开放于1975年5月15日，位于Miri市以南大约30公里处。覆盖了约6952英亩。从Miri市，车程只需约30分钟就可 抵达。地质主要是砂岩结构，经过漫长岁月的侵蚀，形成了许多砂岩峭壁。这特殊的地貌造就了无数瀑布。单是开放与公众的瀑布就多达八座，这可是还未加上未开 放的。
The Lambir Hills National Park was gazetted and published to public on 15 May 1975. Located along the Miri-Bintulu Road, some 30km south of Miri Town. The park covers an area of about 6,952 hectares which consists of the central portion of the Lambir Hills, a rugged east-west trending sandstone escarpment with a maximum height of 465 metres.
There are a series of waterfalls in the park. Less than 1km from the Park Office following the waterfall are called first, second and Latak waterfall. Other accessible falls are the Pantu and
Nibong Waterfall along the pantu Trail and the Pancur, Tengkorong and Dinding Waterfall along the Bakam Trail.
The trail system in the park are clearly marked with different colours. The four primary trails, are Main, Pantu, Lepoh-Ridan and Bakam. The seven secondary trails are Latak, Nibong, Bukit Pantu, Pantu Waterfall, summit, Tengkorong and Pancur. Dinding Trail is the only tertiary trail in the Park. Trails are constructed for visitors to explore the forests, hills, valleys and waterfalls. No guide is required to visit all the tourist spots, you won't get lost if you just stick to the designated trails. However, the Summit Trail which leads to the Lambir's Summit, does require a guide and is excellent for adventurous hikers.
We're going to visit all the 8 falls in the park as planned.
We rushed exited to the 1st, 2nd, Latak fall and Nibong fall after settled our registration and paid RM10 here.
Followed the red marked trail, the Latak 1st Fall is on our right after crossing a suspension bridge.
After heavy rain.
The clift is 90 degree straight.
Go further in, will be Latak 2nd Fall.
Not very high fall.
Crossed the bridge over the 2nd Fall, trekked anoter 2 mins will reach Latak Fall.
Here's the warning sign.
Here's Latak Fall, a 90 degree vertical high fall. Most visitor will come here and picnic. Suit for day tripper and family outing.
There's a warning line between the pool, nobody is allowed to swim cross the line.
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