About Bintulu, Sarawak
Bintulu is a coastal town on the island of Borneo in the central region of Sarawak, in East Malaysia. It is approximately 205 km away from Miri, about 215 km away from Sibu and it is quite far from Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, which situated approximately 624 km away. It is geographically located halfway between Kuching, Sarawak and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Bintulu is a major industrial centre and soon, turn into a capital of energy as one of the intensive industries in Malaysia. Its port area to the east of the main town hosts the Petronas Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Complex, currently the world’s largest liquefied natural gas production facility on a single site, with an annual production of 23 million tonnes.
Some remnants of natural rainforest still exist near Bintulu despite the impact of the booming logging industry and the gradual encroachment of plantations, principally of oil palm and pulpwood, the latter mainly comprising various species of acacia and eucalyptus.
Bintulu is the best place to chill out and relax when you stepped foot in Sarawak. There are quite a number of hotspots that are very popular among tourists in every corner of the world. These places are inclusive of Similajau National Park, Sarawak Agricultural Park, Temasya Beach just to name a few.
Safe and Mesmerising Destination
Sarawak and Malaysia in general are well known for the stable democratic government as well as the safe and peaceful coexistence of its multi-cultural society as involving more than 40 sub-ethnics group.
The people living in harmony even though they come from different religious who celebrate strength in diversity with a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environments.