Taman Tumbina Bintulu is an integration
of a botanical and zoological garden. The name TUMBINA originates
from the Malay words TUMbuhan (meaning Plant) and BINAtang
Tumbina was created with a vision to be A Living Heritage
Of The Flora & Fauna Of Borneo. The objectives are (i)
Recreation, (ii) A Unique Tourism Product, (iii) Education,
(iv) Conservation and (v) Research & Development.
Officially opened 2 August 1991, Tumbina provides a glimpse
of the diverse flora and fauna of Borneo. It is a living
heritage with both recreational and educational values for
visitors from all walks of life.
Spreading over a hilly and undulating terrain of 57 hectares,
Tumbina is strategically situated on a breathtaking site
overlooking the South China Sea, Bintulu town centre and
the Tanjong Kidurong Industrial Estate.
Being The First Of Its Kind In The Land Of The Hornbill,
Tumbina is a unique attraction and a must-visit place whenever
you are in Bintulu.