Long Seridan, located in the Miri division of Sarawak, is a Kelabit settlement. Long Seridan is located approximately east-north-east of the state capital of Sarawak, Kuching. Long Seridan is known for its homestays where tourists can stay with the locals and join the locals for jungle trekking, fishing and visiting Penan tribe settlements. When visiting Long Seridan, visitors can also visit the neighbouring settlements of Buyo and Long Napir.
If you are heading to Long Seridan, the best time to plan your visit would be from May to September. Long Seridan is located in Malaysia, which is a tropical country. Therefore, there are no changes in the seasons. The average temperature of Long Seridan also doesn't change much. However, May to September is when the rainfall is mediocre, making it the best time to enjoy the sun and the outdoor activities in the forest.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) – The Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA is more commonly known as Manila International Airport and is the main airport serving Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area. Located on the border between Pasay City and Paranaque City, the airport is approximately 7 kilometres south of Manila. The most common mode of transportations used to get to the airport are the bus, rail, taxi and rental car. Though not that far from the city, the best way to get to and from the airport is by taxi. It takes 30 to 45 minutes to get to downtown Manila by taxi and fares are around PHP 300 to PHP 450. The airport bus to downtown Manila and costs approximately PHP100. NAIA offers all the amenities of a modern airport such as ATM's, currency exchange, duty-free shops, lounges and restaurants. If you're heading out, don't forget to stop by the Philippines most famous fast-food chain, Jollibee and fill yourself up before your trip.
Long Seridan Airport (ODN) – Long Seridan Airport is the only airport serving the Long Seridan state in Sarawak, Malaysia. The Long Seridan Airport has a STOL runway and was originally built by Gurkha Engineers in 1963. Long Seridan airport is a very small airport with minimal facilities. Travellers to Long Seridan are advised to arrange for transport to and from the airport before reaching the airport.
Both Manila and Long Seridan share the same tropical climate with warm and sunny days accompanied by occasional rain throughout the year. Long Seridans highest temperature is 31 degrees Celsius and the lowest temperature is 29 degrees Celsius, still slightly above Manila's average temperature of 27.3 degrees Celsius. Those visiting Long Seridan are advised to always have an umbrella or raincoat in hand as rainfall often happens in Long Seridan.