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Malaysia-China Friendship Park

Door 4 locals aangeraden ·

Tips van locals

Clement
Clement
February 2, 2020
Nice place for a stroll / jog in the evening. Lighted at night. Great for photos
Ponyo
Ponyo
October 10, 2019
Malaysia-China Friendship Park also known as “马中公园” in Chinese or “Taman Sahabat” in Malay language, is a dedicated 2.8 hectares man made memorial park to commemorate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between friendship between Malaysia and The People’s Republic of China since 1974. It…
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
July 26, 2018
Friendship Park also known as Taman Sahabat, this park is located near Vivacity Mall. The park was to commemorate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 2005. Popular among locals as well as tourists, it is a good place to exercise or just relax. Of interest was…
Angel
Angel
September 10, 2017
Local park for strolling and exercise

Accommodaties in de buurt

Andere aanbevelingen van locals

Food Court
“One of the top local hawker centre for dinner. Wide variety of stalls and food options.”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“About 20 mins walk from Gala Residences. GSC Cinema located at the 3rd floor.”
  • Door 4 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“The nearest shopping mall you can go where you get almost everything. A medium cost shopping place.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Koffiebar
“Serve coffee, cake, sandwiches, pancakes and etc. Near by to delofts residents. 5min by grabcar.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Mountain
“Gunung Gading is home to the world’s largest flower, the rafflesia, which can grow up to one metre in diameter. When in bloom the flower gives off a nasty smell which attracts flies and other insects. The rafflesia has no specific season but the rainy season provides better blooming frequencies. It takes nine months to mature and flowering lasts only 4 or 5 days before dying. Owing to the rafflesia’s rarity and brief flowering period, timing (and luck) are important. The park staff usually know when a plant is about to bloom. Visitors can check with the park HQ (Tel: +60 82 735144) or the National Parks and Wildlife Booking Office in Kuching (Tel: +60 82 248088) to find out if any plants are about to bloom or already in bloom. Although flowers generally bloom throughout the year, November, December and January can be regarded as the peak flowering season as the frequency of blooms is high. Seeing a blooming rafflesia is certainly the highlight of a trip to Gunung Gading, but the Park and the whole Lundu area are well worth visiting anyway. The rugged mountain peaks that make up the Park provide a scenic backdrop to the nearby town of Lundu, and the nearby beaches at Pandan and Siar. Gunung Gading also has some enjoyable walks and a challenging jungle trek.”
  • Door 4 locals aangeraden
Locatie
Tabuan Heights, Sarawak 93350