The Maludam peninsula is located in a remote area along the coast of southwestern Sarawak.
It is bordered by the Batang Lupar and the Saribas rivers. It is a lowland area with tropical rainforest, oil palm plantations and mangrove trees along the river banks and coast.
The Maludam National Park was established on the peninsula in the year 2000. With an area of 432 km² it contains the largest single patch of peat swamp forest remaining in Sarawak. The park has no tourist facilities, but can be visited by booking a boat tour in the village of Kampung Maludam.
How to get to the Maludam peninsula
Currently the only way to visit the Maludam peninsula is to drive there by car, either from Kuching taking the Batang Lupar ferry or from Sibu taking the Pusa ferry.
There is at least one homestay in Kampung Maludam (Homestay Maludam, organises trips to the Maludam national park). The other option is to stay in Pusa.