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Batang Ai National Park

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Lubok Antu, Malaysia
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3-Day Small-Group Sarawak Tour from Kuching: Longhouse Experience in Batang Ai
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A fairly long drive to Batang Ai reservoir, with a lunch stop at a market, we eventually boarded our boat for the trip across the reservoir then up river to the Nanga Sumpa Lodge. On arrival we discovered we were the only guests that evening....More

Thank usinc
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We stayed at Nanga Sumpa for 2 nights. Our guide Bayang was very nice and helpful but we felt sorry for him, they need to keep you happy although they know you will not see any wildlife, just 2 mangy cats and a few under...More

1  Thank Pat L
Reviewed 27 December 2016

takes about 6 hours from Kuching to get to lake edge-from there 2 hours in narrow boat that takes only 2 passengers to get to Nanga Sumpa. The rivers can be shallow so may have toget out so can push boat over stones before getting...More

Thank ashley465
Reviewed 21 December 2016

We went on a tour with Borneo Eco tours and we had a very good experience. The nature and the lake is stunning and the stay at batang ai longhouse resort was nice. We also visited the Iban people one day, we walked around in...More

Thank 3moab33
Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

If u like eco-enviroment, surrounded by rainforests, sound of birds and inserts, clear rapid streamwater full of flesh water fishes, then this is a place u cannot miss in sarawak. As my sister put it precisely, this place is " heaven on earth". The only...More

2  Thank Jaunesk
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Visited and stayed one night before going on to Lubok Kasai jungle camp. Nanga sumpa lodge was on the river and next to the Iban village. The tribe are busy rebuilding their longhouse after a fire. Our guide took us around the village and introduced...More

1  Thank norfolknic
Reviewed 27 November 2015

Our trip to Nanga Sumpa brought us into a magical world of primary rainforest, pristine unlogged rivers and crytal clear Ensualai Falls where you have fish nibbling at your calluses and corns as you soak! The Ulu Ai area is classified as 'high conservation value'...More

1  Thank mc s
Reviewed 1 September 2015

This trip started with a longboat ride from the Hilton Batang Ai across the lake to one of the Iban tribe's longhouses. Were given drinks and watched traditional dancing before we were invited to join in ourselves. We were taken in small groups into their...More

1  Thank Magenta56
Reviewed 17 July 2015

Whaw this is the best part of south Sarawak... drive to the jetty at the dam and smoothly in longboats over the lake into the jungle under a perfect blue sky... it feels like heaven on earth! Make an arrangement with Borneo Adventure tours and...More

Thank borneolover
Reviewed 1 July 2015

Bug infested, bad food, lazy staff, horrid rooms, uncomfortable beds, pillows like stones, very very limited electricity, this place is disgusting. If there were a health department it would be closed down. Avoid it at all costs. If you want to visit Batang Ai then...More

7  Thank William B
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