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This Hidden ‘Jurassic World’ In Sarawak Should Be The Next Place On Your Bucket List

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Since we transitioned into the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) phase, a lot of Malaysians have started to travel again and go on much-needed vacations.

And for one local girl, her adventure in Padawan, Sarawak helped ‘opened’ a new world for other Malaysians.

Aizaharwani MJ recently shared her trip to the Bengoh Range in Sarawak via her Facebook page, which went viral in a matter of days.

One look at her photos and you’ll be in disbelief that such majestic landscapes exist in our country.

4-Hour Hike, 4 Waterfalls, Plenty of Jaw-Dropping Views

The Kuching native hired a local guide who helped her go through a journey of lifetime which is only a four-hour hike.

She visited four waterfalls – Curtain, Koring, Pe’an, and Susung which she says has “stunning, breathtaking views” that looks untouched and like it came out of Jurassic World.

Makes us want to go for a swim!

Makes us want to go for a swim!

Look at the waters!

Look at the waters!

Do you think there are dinosaurs hidden here?

Do you think there are dinosaurs hidden here?

But the crème de la crop of her trip was actually at Kampung Sting, which she enjoyed unparalleled views of the Bengoh Dam and Bengoh Range.

And how much did it cost her to enjoy this exotic adventure? For just RM40 including a travel guide and boat ride.

Breathtaking indeed!

Breathtaking indeed!

Can we say more?

Can we say more?

We want to take a boat ride, too!

We want to take a boat ride, too!

If you’re planning to fly there, make sure you disembark at the Kuching International Airport as it takes about an hour to reach Bengoh Range from there.

You can also opt to stay there overnight and explore the Bidayuh culture.

We’re now secretly jealous of her amazing trip and wish we were there too!

So guys, it’s time to pack your bags and look at flight option to Sarawak for an adventure to ‘Jurassic World’.

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