Bako

Bako, Malaysia

Travel Blogs from Bako

Bako Travel Blogs (61)
Macaque Attack, we

Macaque Attack, we're liking the hiking!

A travel blog entry by tomandcharlie

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... I carried a big stick! Johan donned a fancy looking plastic sword with holster and the monkeys never came anywhere near him! Bako is a highly protected area with strict rules to ensure the safety of the wildlife and vegetation, one being 'no weapons ...

Bako trails and beaches, Bako National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia travel blog

Bako trails and beaches

A travel blog entry by jawad

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For the past two days I have been bitten constantly by all manner of insects but it's still a price worth paying to be able to stay in this fantastic national park. The trails are hard going (9km / 6 hours today) in the jungle heat but the views are ...

Trying to Keep My Mind on Bako, Bako National Park, Malaysia travel blog

Trying to Keep My Mind on Bako

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... . The story gave no more information and my google searches have been fruitless. We just got back from an overnight stay at Bako National Park on Sarawak's north coast. We saw silver-leaf monkeys, macaques, a pair of pit viper's, bearded pigs and ...

Bako, Home of the Proboscis Monkey, Bako National Park, Malaysia travel blog

Bako, Home of the Proboscis Monkey

A travel blog entry by rcys

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... nose (proboscis) and a permanent woody. I'm glad we got a chance to see them because it was the main reason I came here to Bako National Park. Later in the afternoon, we spotted a large male proboscis near the pier and tracked him all the way back to ...