SFC to reopen 17 nature parks, reserves and centres

Gunung Gading NP in Lundu underwent a sanitising operation recently as part of preparations for reopening the park to the public.

KUCHING, June 16: Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) will reopen a total of 17 parks, nature reserves and centres in the state to the public on June 17 and 22.

About 13 of these parks will be open tomorrow: Kubah National Park (NP), Gunung Gading NP, Tanjung Datu NP, Santubong NP, Talang-Satang NP, Wind/Fairy Cave Nature Reserve (NR), Batang Ai NP, Maludam NP, Gunung Mulu NP, Lambir NP, Niah NP, Loagan Bunut NP, and Pulong Tau NP.

Meanwhile, other locations that will be allowed to reopen on June 22 are Bako NP, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre (WC), Kuching Wetland NP, and Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef NP.

“Please take note that you ( public) must adhere to our SOPs and follow the guidelines and instructions at our parks. The opening hours will be from 7am to 7pm (subject to specific site’s operation),” according to a statement by SFC on social media today.

Members of the public may also contact SFC’s Visitor Information Centre (VIC) at 082-248088 or email alfonsom@sarawakforestry.com if they have any questions regarding the reopening.

The details of the SOP may be downloaded from https://www.sarawakforestry.com/. — DayakDaily