The Santubong Peninsula is dominated by the 810m tall Gunung Santubong mountain. The area is dotted with oddly shaped geological formations amid patches of thick forest. The mountain is actually a national park (no entrance fee to pay). It takes around four hours to reach the summit, with rope ladders to help where things get steep; one trail up is clearly signed next to the Green Paradise Café on the main road. There are also several beautiful beaches located at the peninsula and the folk museum Sarawak Cultural Village is also nearby.
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Stay e.g. at the Permai Rainforest Resort (take a tree house) a few days to explore the whole peninsula.
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
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Sunrise & Sunset 06:26 - 18:27 | current local time: 00:22
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