Generally, it hasn't much to offer on sight seeing other than the Chinese temple, but I do feels that they could promote Bintulu by drawing up river rides, visits to long houses, or pepper farming trial for short trips for businesses travelers.
The population seen in Bintulu are young and with oil and gas industries here there are aspect of developing Eco tourism in this town. I wish Bintulu all the best.
not really got many place to visit... got a bird park there... for food i really like 3A gourmet restaurant.
Is a oil & Gas Town. Nothing much to visit around. Air pollution index is above 120% according to "WHO" world health organization.
Easily contain with lung cancer for long stay due to hazardous pollution from the heavy industries like alluminium smeltering plants.
We found 2 days plenty to find our way around Bintulu. Would definitely recommend an morning or evening stroll around the beach park of Tumbina.
Take kids to the Botanic gardens and wildlife park in Tumbina (right hand side) as well Only a couple of ringet and it kept our boys (5 & 7) entertained for a whole morning. There is also a local swimming pool at the Delta Centre open 4-8pm (I think daily) maybe in the mornings on the weekends as well. It was clean and had 3 large pools, and a splash area for the really little ones.
To tell the truth, Bintulu doesn't have much attraction point, for travelers, it would be best to stay only one night in Bintulu.
Not a place for family holidays, was here for business trip, stayed about 2 weeks, limited entertainments and things to do's.
Nothing much in the town, except the Niah Cave. The morning market seems good as there is a lot of thing that they sell might be different.
Especially from the native.
A Small Town where it is mainly catered for people working in the OIL and Gas industry. NOt much of a place to shop but the seafood is good with reasonable price.
A Visit to the Taman Tumbina Bird Park and have an experience to stroll around the Park getting to know the types of Birds that are in the Park.
very fast developed areas...even some places i cannot recognise anymore comppared to last time i was here
Bintulu is a place which is getting busier from time to time. U can enjoy its beautiful beaches under the morning sun.
Even though it comprises many downstream oil and gas activities, you may use this town to visit wonderful destinations, such as Niah Caves.
This oil rich town does not have much to see if you don't go to niah cave. Only interesting place is the Bintulu market with a variety of interesting local produce.
A walk along the old street is the only place to see. Luckily, we only stayed for one night.
There was nothing much to see, as Bintulu is not for tourism.The town is dirty with empty boxes strewn along the shops and pathways.
Only a few palces to visit like Similajau park and Tanjung Batu, but they are not that good as compared to other places in the West alaysia.The riverfront can provide good insight on fishing village and water activities.A visit to the fishing village and the boat ride may give different experience to some people.We enjoyed eating Umai and walking around the town despite the dirty environment there
Bintulu is a small town but really alot of people staying over here...around the seaside also can see some small island.
A small and fast developing town - oil, port & industrial. Might have a lot of opportunities to start a business.
You can pay a visit to the Tanjung Batu beach, from there, you can drive straight up to Tanjung Kidurong (Shell SMDS, ABF, MLNG, golf club, expart area).
A small place, not much shopping mall.. But a lot of places for relaxation, sightseeing and for jogging purpose.
Bintulu is small town but they have good seafood restaurant. You can go to alot of bars around town.
Bintulu is an typical oil & gas town. Big houses, a lot of outsiders coming in for opportunities. friendly laidback town.