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Cruises visiting Bintulu (for Simalajau National Park) & all Bintulu (for Simalajau National Park) cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Bintulu (for Simalajau National Park) in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Asia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Bintulu is a coastal town, and the capital of Bintulu District in the Bintulu Division of the state of Sarawak, East Malaysia. It lies on the northern side of the island known as Borneo (or to Indonesians, Kalimantan). This small fishing village was acquired in 1861 by the (white) Rajah James Brooke in 1861, who built a fort there and established Malaysia’s first legislature system. The 1955 airport was built in the middle of the town (and is now an industrial site and for the Borneo International Kite Festival in September).

Since 1969 Bintulu has developed energy-intensive infrastructures in five industrial estates, being the world's largest liquefied natural gas production facility at a single site. Visiting ships berth 9km to the NE at the deep water port of Tanjung Kidurong. The district is the centre of oil palm plantations that have replaced forest in this region, as well as wood-waste processing and cement manufacturing.

Bentulu is a gateway to inland tourist spots such as the Bakun Resort, the Niah Caves, and the Bario Highlands. There are also a variety of interesting trails ranging from some short walks to jungle trekking, though you may choose to reach a range of focal points by privately arranging travel by a fast boat. Along the way enjoy getting to know the people and do some shopping.