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Bintulu Park (National/State/Provincial)

Created in 1976 as a protected habitat for nesting green turtles, this 27-square-mile park features walking trails and pristine beaches, including Golden Beach, where green turtles lay their eggs between July and September. More than 180 types of birds can be spotted here too, as well as crocodiles, dolphins, and porpoises. About a half-hour drive (19 miles) northeast of Bintulu pier, this is a lovely place to stroll, laze on the beaches, or to rent a boat to cruise around.

Park (National/State/Provincial) Silversea Cruise

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Bintulu, Sarawak  97000, Malaysia

8-639–1284

www.sarawakforestry.com

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Rate Includes: Daily 8–12:30 and 1:30–5:15

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