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Welcome to SARAWAK FORESTRY, and the unique vision we are planning to achieve - global recognition as the leader in tropical forest conservation and products.

We are entrusted to safeguard and sustainably manage the amazing biodiversity, in Sarawak's forests - covering tens of thousands of species of animals, plants, fungi and other life forms. As custodians of Sarawak's forests we are committed to act responsibly. We have also been given a unique opportunity to make a lasting contribution to Forestry will carry out these responsibilities professionally and successfully, with the co-operation and support of our employees, our stakeholders and the community.

As we work together to achieve our common goals, we will bring the right blend of passion, dedication and professionalism to this task - for the rewards of success will not be shared only by us.

Our children, our grandchildren and future generations will recognize our successful stewardship of the natural environment and its conservation. Our employees and their families are therefore critical stakeholders in this quest for sustainability.

 
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If you encounter or suspect any illegal activities e.g. illegal logging, hunting, capturing, killing, trading, keeping as pets, importing or exporting of protected wildlife, or any activity that violates the Ordinances, please contact our hotlines:
  • Kuching : +6 019 818 6707
  • Miri : +6 019 829 0944
  • Sibu : + 013 8035758
  • Bintulu : +6 013 833 0657
 
  ANNOUNCEMENT

7th International Hornbill Conference
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RAFFLESIA IN BLOOM NOW!
18 January 2017
Capture the captivating site and rare occurrence of the world's largest flower at Gunung Gading National Park.
  • Location: 20 minutes walks (400m) from Park HQ
  • Date: 18 January 2017 - 23 January 2016 (Size: 57 cm)
  • No. of Petal: 5 Petals
  • For further enquiry please contact +082 735144
Similajau National Park Announces Trail Closure and Suspension of Water-Based Activities
20th December 2016
Please be informed that part of the main trail at Similajau National Park (SNP) is temporarily closed with immediate effect. This trail has been rendered impassable from 3.9 kilometres onwards due to break-down of a bridge damaged by recent torrential water currents and strong winds. The Park has therefore decided to temporarily close the trail from Kilometer 3.9, which means that visitors would not for now be able to visit the Turtle Beach and Golden Beach. Pending the satisfactory repair of said bridge, only the Batu Anchau Trail, View Point Trail and Circular Trail would remain open to the public. Coinciding with the North East Monsoon, the sea conditions off the coast of SNP has been very rough rendering water-based activities dangerous and treacherous. For this reason, the Park had also temporarily suspended activities such as the boat tours, snorkelling, swimming etc with immediate effect. This suspension would last at least until the monsoon passes. Any inconvenience caused is very much regretted. Visitors are kindly reminded to report and check with the Park personnel for information and advice to facilitate their intended activities.
Temporary Closure of Part of Piasau Nature Reserve
17th December 2016
Please be informed that part of Piasau Nature Reserve covering the site of the former Tenby International School building has been cordoned off and is temporarily closed to the public with immediate effect to enable renovation and other construction works to be carried out for a new Visitors Centre and Office Complex. It is estimated that the works would take 15 months to complete after the handing-over of the site to the contractor on 1 December 2016. Signs have been erected on site to advise and warn the public. Nevertheless, the other parts of the nature reserve remains open to the public. For further inquiries and information, the public may contact Piasau Nature Reserve at +6085-644487. Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted
13th SARAWAK FORESTRY Anniversary Dinner
25th November 2016
SARAWAK FORESTRY Corporation held its 13th Anniversary Dinner, themed 'A New Era of Forestry Stewardship' on 25th November 2016 at Hilton Hotel, Kuching. The event was graced by The Right Honourable Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (Dr) Haji Adenan Bin Haji Satem, Chief Minister of Sarawak. At the dinner, the Chief Minister presented the Sarawak Chief Minister's Awards 2016 for Best-Managed TPA and Outstanding Honorary Wild Life Ranger. The Best-Managed TPA award was won by Lambir Hills National Park and on hand to receive the award for Lambir Hills National Park was the warden, Ms Januarie Kulis. The Outstanding Honorary Wild Life Ranger award went to Mr. John Alit. The Chief Minister also witnessed the symbolic handing over of mock cheques by corporate adopters of tree plots of the 'Bring Back the Rainforest' Project at Piasau Nature Reserve, Miri. The corporate adopters were Samling Group of Companies, WTK Group of Companies and Ta Ann Holdings Bhd. SARAWAK FORESTRY also has showcased its new uniform, ushering the new era of forestry stewardship. Among those present were the Chief Minister's wife, Datin Patinggi Datuk Amar Hajah Jamilah Haji Anu, Second Minister of Resource Planning and Environment Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan, Assistant Minister for Environment Datuk Len Talif Salleh and Assistant Minister for Resource Planning Datuk Mohd Naroden Majais and our Chief Executive Officer, Mr Wong Ting Chung.
ICCA's participation in Heart to Heart with Orangutan Programme
12th November 2016
A group of delegates from International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has participated in Heart to Heart with Orangutan Programme on 12th November 2016 at Matang Wildlife Centre and Semenggoh Wildlife Centre. A welcoming briefing on "Get to know you" was presented by the Park Manager of Matang Wildlife Centre, Mr. Siali Aban. The delegates had the chance to learn about the challenges of orangutan rehabilitation, get to work hands-on performing everyday conservation activities at Matang Wildlife Centre, then they were brought to Semenggoh Wildlife Centre to have a view of successful orangutan rehabilitation. The delegates were given a certificate acknowledging their contribution to Sarawak's orangutan conservation.
 
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