Bukit Lima Nature Reserve
Bukit Lima Nature Reserve is open to public since year 2001. It is located at the heart of Sibu town, in the midst of Kampung Sentosa resettlement. The recreational peat swamp wooden plank walk was burned down in July 2014, and was repaired in September same year with 600 kelapayan samplings.
Bukit Lima Nature Reserve is famous among its visitors for its jungle trails suitable for forest walks as well as jogging. It allows visitors to experience peat swamp forest and enjoy the interaction with the nature and wildlife.
Birding at Bukit Lima Nature Reserve
The park is home to 39 species of birds. The most common birds species recorded in the park include barbets, babblers, flowerpeckers, broadbills, sunbirds and bulbuls. 8 species of mammals also occur here including Malayan weasel, the Sambar deer, the Giant squirrel and the Plaintain squirrel, Treeshrews, Pangolins, Slow lorises and Long tailed macaques.
Located at Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce, Lorong Sentosa 5, Sibu (6km from Sibu town)
8.00am to 5.00pm
Monday – Sunday including Public Holidays
Sarawak Forestry Corporation +6084-228108
Getting ThereTRANSPORTATIONS MODE & ESTIMATED COST (from town area):
-Bus Lanang Bus (Transport Company No.10)
-Taxi From RM20
-E-hailing From RM9
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