Travel from Kuching to Bintulu

By bus the journey from Kuching to Bintulu in Sarawak is scheduled to take from 11 to 12 hours.

Bus Times from Kuching to Bintulu

There are currently 4 bus services a day from Kuching to Bintulu available to book online.

13:3000:5895 MYREVA Express
16:3003:5895 MYREVA Express
20:0007:2895 MYREVA Express
20:3007:5895 MYREVA Express
  • EVA Express passengers travel in a modern air-conditioned bus.

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Kuching Bus Station

Bus services from Kuching to Bintulu depart from Kuching Sentral Bus Terminal.

Kuching Sentral Bus Terminal

Bintulu Bus Station

Bus services from Kuching to Bintulu terminate at Bintulu Sentral Bus Terminal.

Google map of Bintulu Sentral Bus Terminal

About Travel to Bintulu

Bintulu is thriving city in Sarawak on the North West coast of the island of Borneo, to the South of Brunei and to the North of Kuching.

Bintulu City

The city’s population is estimated to be somewhere between 180,000 and 220,000. The city’s population is difficult to estimate because of the large numbers of people coming to work in petrochemical industry. Large reserves of natural gas were discovered off the coast of Bintulu in 1969, and this has led to the creation of many employment opportunities in and near the city. Much of Bintulu City is new build to accommodate this influx of workers. Not so many tourists come to Bintulu, although the city hosts lots of foreign workers.

Similajau National Park in Bintulu
Similajau National Park in Bintulu
Similajau National Park

Similajau National Park, located 30 km from Bintulu, is one of the area’s main attractions. The Similajau National Park is unusual in that this national park occupies 90 square kilometres of coastal land. The bird and marine life in the park is extensive. Most notable are the two types of crocodile which live in the Likau River within the park. Boat tours to see the crocodiles depart in the evenings.

Similajau National Park also has some good trails to walk. The main trail is 9.8 km and ends at Golden Beach, where turtles are known to lay their eggs. The round trip is just under 20 km and walkers need to take their own water and food as their is none available to buy on route. The park does though have a hostel, camp site and BBQ stations allowing visitors to stay overnight to make an early start on their jungle trek.

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