is a border city situated in the northern regions of Sarawak, Malaysia on the Borneo island. Located on the banks of the Limbang River, Limbang is a small town that doesn’t have much to offer in terms of entertainment. Regardless, it still remains as one of the most sought out destination for any tourist visiting the rural areas of Sarawak.
Despite being a small town, Limbang still has a few interesting points that visitors should definitely check out once arriving to this part of town, like:
- Mulu National Park
- Kampung Meritam, famous for its volcano mud bath
- Taoist Chinese temple, famous for its paintings
- Tahai fish
One of the most preferred way of traveling to this small but interesting town is by taking a bus to Limbang. The main bus terminal within the town is the Limbang Bus Terminal, where most of the bus to Limbang will make their pick-ups and drop offs.
Since Limbang is a considerably small town, the bus to Limbang is only available at selected locations, such as Bandar Seri Begawan, Beaufort, Kota Kinabalu, Sipitang and Lawas. However, there is currently only one bus operator that provides the route for the bus to Limbang, which is the Sipitang Express.
Pick-Up and Drop Off Points for the Bus to Limbang
Most of the bus to Limbang will make pick-up and drop offs at the main Limbang Bus Terminal. The bus operator that offers this route is mainly the Sipitang Express, departing from a number of locations like Bandar Seri Begawan, Beaufort, Kota Kinabalu, Sipitang and Lawas.
Famous Hot Spots
Mulu National Park, Kampung Meritam, Taoist Chinese Temple, Jalan Buangsiol, Tamu Limbang, Limbang Plaza, Taman Tasik Bukit Mas, Limbang Regional Museum.
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