only two of us went there, me and Winsomjit.
It is actually about 30 minutes drive from Bintulu and a RM5 entry fees is charge per adult.
The beach is full of logs and dangerous because there are crocodiles in the river mouth at the park but not to be discouraged there are trails which leads to other better beaches further in the park.
We chose to walk around the plank walk beside the river just to try our luck in spotting a croc,unfortunately we didn't see any.
The hanging bridge to cross the Likau River.
Winsomjit posing for a shot.
The mangrove swamp at the park is still in good condition,
i wonder how it will look like in a few years time if
the DOE doesn't take care of discharge from many new palm oil mills springing up like mushroom after a downpour.
We have had many-many bad experience with rivers over in peninsular Malaysia
which have turn pitch black and smelly due to untreated discharged from these mills
so MR. Department Of Enviroment, please-please take good care of the rivers here.
The plank walk.
The Likau river mouth or 'Kuala Sungai Likau' in malay.
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