(30 JUNE – 6 JULY)
Miri – Lawas – Ba’Kelalan – Mount Murud – Ba’Kelalan – Miri

Ba’Kelalan, Sarawak

Ba’Kelalan has a population of around 1,030 the majority of whom are Lun Bawang. Located at 970m above sea level on the Maligan Highlands, it is adjacent to Pulong Tau National park and is the access point to Krayan Induk in Kalimantan (Indonesia). Key economic activities are paddy planting and rearing of buffaloes. it is also renowned for its exquisite Adan Rice as well as apples – in fact, it is the only local apple farm in Malaysia. There are health forests that contain many wild orchids and pitcher plants. The community here also extracts naturally-occurring springs to process into salt. Ba’Kelalan shares its boundary with Krayan Induk, Bario and Long Pa’ Sia’.


  • Miri
    City Hotel
  • Ba’Kelalan
  • Lepo Bunga


*information available upon request

Facilities & Services

*information available upon request


*information available upon request

Day 1

Transfer from Miri Airport, selected Miri hotel. Evening Ice breaking dinner, safety briefing and itinerary run-through. Overnight in city hotel.


Day 2

Take a twin-otter flight to Lawas. The journey continues with 5 hours 4WD to Ba’ Kelalan and participants will check into the homestays in Ba’ Kelalan to enjoy a welcome dinner by the local people. Overnight in homestay

    Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 3

Participants head to Lepo Bunga, the entry point to Mount Murud which is the highest mountain in Sarawak via 4WD, and trek 5 hours all the way to the church camp. Overnight in church camp.

    Breakfast / Picnic Lunch / Dinner

Day 4

After breakfast, trek 5 hours to the peak of Mount Murud to experience the breathtaking view that will also bring you to witness the flora and fauna surrounding the mountain. Trek another 5 hours back to the church camp and overnight.

    Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 5

Participants will head down to Lepo Bunga after breakfast, then make their way  back to Ba’ Kelalan via 4WD. Check-in at the homestays and freshen up. Overnight at the village’s homestay.

  Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 6

Morning trek by the participants to the the view point  of of Ba’ Kelalan. Final stop of the day at the ancient stone carving site by the legendary giant ‘Upai Semaring’. Overnight at the village’s homestay.

  Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 7

After breakfast at the homestay, the 4WD will be ready to bring participants to Lawas and fly to Miri and off to home or the next destination

  Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


All accommodations, meals, activities and guide as specified in programme. 


Accommodation in Miri, spending money, tips & gratuities.

What to Bring?

Head lamp, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, hat, your favorite trekking snacks, raincoat, sunglasses, binocular, leech socks, dry-bag, good walking/trekking shoes, personal toiletries including towel, personal medication, basic first aid kit and cash (no ATM).

Responsible Traveler

Be aware that you will be in a reserved area and a sensitive environment. Consider your actions:

  • Cut out plastic – remove and recycle plastic packaging before coming into the area
  • Bring rechargeable batteries as disposable batteries leach toxic chemicals as they degrade in a landfill, and recycling facilities are scarce in areas like the Malaysian Borneo
  • Bring your own metal water bottle – you can fill up at the eating area instead of purchasing bottled water
  • If you smoke, never throw your cigarette butts on the ground or in the forest – dispose of them in ashtrays or bins.
  • During outdoor and nature activities, take your cues from the expert local guides. Follow their instructions when observing wildlife. Be aware that you may need to take extra care in these areas to respect the natural environment.




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