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The town of Lundu is located in the northwest section of the Kuching Division of Sarawak, Malaysia. This laid back holiday destination welcomes you with beautiful kampong houses and clear exhibitions of Malaysian hospitality at its best. The area has quite a few restaurants, many attractive beaches in the nearby vicinity and a lot of outdoor attractions. From fantastic food to pristine beaches, Lundu places you central to a wide range of things to see and do. Let’s take a closer look at the unforgettable quaint town of Lundu.
Lundu has the Batang Kayan River running through it, which translates to great fishing conditions resulting in a steady supply of fresh fish to the town and its traders. Buses run between Lundu and the towns of Kuching and Semantan, for those who wish to experience Sarawak city life. You are rewarded with a broad range of natural attractions and local landmarks & activities to choose from, when visiting this quiet area.
The homestay programmes ran by the locals afford you the opportunity to experience the ethnic living of three different cultures. There are homestays available from the Salako, Malay and Iban people, all of which supply great facilities, clean & comfortable lodgings in traditional longhouses and some of the best home-cooked meals to be found in Sarawak.
Look towards the coast for the best luxury lodgings in town. The suburb of Jalan Kampung Pandan and its surrounding sub-districts are filled with holiday villas and hotels varying in price relative to what you pick. From places to stay of 3-star quality to luxury accommodation giving high levels of comfort and all the amenities, this is where you should look for a place to stay, if you aren’t interested in the experience of a homestay.
Kubah National Park is one of the first places that you should consider travelling through when you visit Lundu. Here you get the chance to trek to Mount Serapi. The concrete road ensures that people of all ages and fitness levels are up to the hike. Another easy trail is the trek to the waterfall. Swimming is encouraged. At night you have the chance to take a trip to the frog pond where you will be able to witness the sight and sound of nocturnal frogs. Accommodation is available in the form of chalets, a hostel and forest lodges, but you had better bring your own food as there is no shops.
Within the Matang Wildlife Centre you can find a range of endangered animals which includes orangutans, crocodiles, sun bears, bear cats and a lot of rare birds such as hornbills, kites, storks and civets. Within the grounds you can find four hiking trails with some fantastic riverside picnic spots on the way. This is a great way to explore the region, with hikes ranging between two-hour trails and full-day expeditions.
Sarawak Laksa is said to be among the best served across the whole of Malaysia. The locals give this iconic spicy noodle soup a unique twist which makes the taste truly unforgettable. Don’t miss this local specialty while you are in Lundu.
The local fruit and vegetable market is filled with hawkers and generally carries well over 26 traders. You can find both Chinese and Malay food stalls serving the local cuisine at very low prices. Don’t miss the fresh crab and other freshly-caught seafood.
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