Sarawak Forestry Corporation adds 6 national parks to Visitor Self-Registration Portal

Get ready to embark on a memorable journey and immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Sarawak's national parks.

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KUCHING, June 3: Visitors intending to visit six remarkable national parks in Sarawak can now register their visits in advance via Sarawak Forestry Corporation’s (SFC) Visitor Self-Registration Portal.

According to a post on SFC’s Facebook page, the Visitor Self-Registration Portal has been expanded to include six national parks that would provide greater convenience and accessibility for visitors planning their nature adventures.

Effective immediately, visitors can begin registering for visits to Kubah National Park, Matang Wildlife Centre, Gunung Gading National Park, Similajau National Park, Lambir National Park, and Niah National Park through the portal.

Registrations for visits to these newly added national parks will be accepted beginning July 1, 2023 onwards.

In an effort to streamline the registration process and ensure a smooth experience, SFC encourages all visitors to register at least one hour before their planned visit to the parks.

Registering in advance will also allow visitors to choose an earlier time slot, avoiding any potential inconvenience during the registration process.

The QR code to access Sarawak Forestry Corporation’s Visitor Self-Registration Portal.

“With these additions, we aim to enhance your experience by streamlining the registration process and ensuring a seamless journey into these stunning natural wonders.

“Whether you are an avid nature enthusiast, a casual hiker, or a wildlife lover, these national parks offer a diverse range of attractions and activities that are sure to captivate and inspire you,” SFC said in the post.

To access the portal, visitors can scan the QR code provided, do so at the entrance of the selected parks or via

SFC also encourages all visitors to familiarise themselves with the rules and regulations of each national park before embarking on their adventure.

“Respect for the environment, wildlife, and fellow visitors is crucial to ensuring an unforgettable and harmonious experience for all.” — DayakDaily