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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

Similajau Beach Run 2017
Date : 30 July 2017
Time : 6:30 am
Venue : Similajau National Park, Bintulu
Venue : Similajau National Park, Bintulu For more information, please CLICK HERE
Important Announcement for Visitors of Lambir Hills National Park: Suspended Bridge Closed, Alternative Routes to Latak Waterfall and Pantu Trail
Date : 11 July 2017
Fallen trees caused by heavy rain and strong winds had damaged the suspension bridge connecting the main trail to the Latak Waterfall and Pantu Trail at Lambir Hills National Park. Therefore, the said bridge has been rendered impassible and temporarily closed with immediate effect. Despite the damage, the Latak Waterfall and Pantu Trail still remain accessible to visitors through alternative routes. Visitors could for now access the Pantu Trail through the Inoue Trail whereas the Latak Waterfall is accessible through a temporary alternative route recently erected adjacent to the bridge. Visitors wishing to visit the Latak Waterfall however are kindly reminded to report and check with the Park personnel beforehand as the bridge is deemed impassable after the rain due to fast-rising river water level. For further inquiries and clarifications, members of the public may contact Lambir Hills National Park Office at +6085-471609/ 471630.
 
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