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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 amazingbiodiversity, 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.


With its rainforest, abundant wildlife, jungle streams, waterfalls, interesting plant life, secluded beaches, panoramic rocky shoreline, bizarre rock formations and extensive network of trekking trails, Bako National Park offers visitors an excellent introduction to the rainforest and coastline of Borneo. Bako may not have an instantly recognisable star attraction, but there can be very few places in the world that pack so much natural beauty into such a limited area, all just 37 km from Kuching. Its accessibility - and its sheer range of attractions and activities - have made Bako one of the most popular parks in Sarawak. Click here for more details

Niah is one of Sarawak's smaller national parks, but it is certainly one of the most important, and has some of the most unusual visitor attractions. The park's main claim to fame is its role as one of the birthplaces of civilisation. The oldest modern human remains discovered in Southeast Asia were found at Niah, making the park one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Click here for more details



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 - 014 997 1676
  • Miri - 019 829 0994
  • Sibu - 019 829 0992
  • Bintulu - 019 857 4555
Sultan of Selangor makes a stop in Similajau National Park and Semenggoh Wildlife Centre as part of 5-day working visit to Sarawak

11-12 March 2014

His Royal Highness Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Sultan of Selangor experienced Sarawak’s nature on his 5-day visit in the state. His Royal Highness was received by staff at Similajau National Park last Tuesday for a short hike to the viewpoint. Clad in a casual striped shirt, the brief rain did not hinder Sultan Sharafuddin from taking a short hike into the forest to see the orangutans of Semenggoh the following afternoon. Semenggoh’s King Ritchie also made an appearance to bid the Sultan farewell at the end of the day.

Routes Asia delegates visit Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

8 March 2014

Routes Asia is the largest route-development forum for the entire Asian region which takes place on 9-11 March 2014 in Kuching, and is hosted by the State Government of Sarawak, co-hosted by Malaysia Airport Holdings Berhad. It is a key event for airports, airlines, tourism authorities, policy leaders, keynote speakers and exhibitors to meet, do business and plan for the future.

Woodlands International School Sibu donates more than RM 10,000 for orangutan conservation

7 March 2014

Students of Woodlands International School have successfully raised a total of RM10,044.45 for the conservation of orangutans in the state. Deputy General Manager Mr Oswald Braken and Sibu Regional Manager Haji Chee were on hand to receive the mock cheque in a simple ceremony at the school on Friday.

Orangutan Conservation Talk at Woodland International School, Sibu

21 February 2014

On 21st of February 2013, SARAWAK FORESTRY was invited to conduct an orangutan conservation talk at Woodlands International School, Sibu. Two speakers, Salvia Sembai and Lily Sir, from Sibu Regional Office were invited as guest speakers to support the programme. Apart from the orangutan conservation talk, our officers engaged the students in quizzes and a video presentation. The talk was organized to support and promote a project by the school in relation to the welfare of protected animals, which includes the orangutan. The talk was among a series of activities organized by the school leading up to their fundraising event at the end of this month. According to Principal Karen McClymont, the fund collected at the event will be donated to SARAWAK FORESTRY to aid the orangutan rehabilitation programme.


26 March 2014
Capture the captivating site and rare occurence of the world's largest flower at Gunung Gading National Park.
  • Location: 20 minutes walks from Park HQ
  • Date: 26-31 March 2014 (Size: 68 cm)
  • For further enquiry please contact +6082 735144
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