The Limbang Division is located in the Northeast State of Sarawak bordering Brunei in the West, the Gulf of Brunei in the North, Sabah/Kalimantan in the East and the Baram District (Miri Division) in the South, in the center of Temburong District (Brunei) in the middle. Limbang is the fifth division of the 12th Division in the State of Sarawak. The Limbang Division comprises two districts, Limbang District and Lawas District and three small districts, Nanga Medamit, Sundar and Trusan with a total area of 7,790 sq. km. The Limbang Division has a population of 93,300 people comprising Malay ethnicity, Kedayan, Chinese, Iban, Bisaya, Lun Bawang, and some other ethnicities. Main occupations of the community here are agriculture, livestock, fisheries and business. Limbang District is an area within Limbang Division in Sarawak, Malaysia. It covers 3,978.10 square kilometers and has a population of 48,186 in 2010. This area separates the mainland of Brunei from the Temburong District. Since the establishment of Malaysia in 1963, Brunei is divided into two, separated by Limbang. Since then Brunei has claimed the Limbang region of Malaysia.
Limbang Airport is an airport serving the town of Limbang, in the state of Sarawak in Malaysia. This Limbang Airport opened on July 2004. This Limbang Airport is capable of handling 250,000 passengers every year. Large turboprop aircraft such as the Fokker F50 and the ATR 72-500 are capable to land in Limbang Airport. Limbang Airport handled more than 49,181 passengers, 2,112 aircraft movements and 474,513 kg of cargo in 2008. If you are coming from the Philippines, you can board a flight at Ninoy Aquino International Airport to get to Limbang Airport. However, there are no direct flights available from Ninoy Aquino International Airport to Limbang Airport. You need to transit to other airports first before making a flight to Limbang. You can get a deal from PHP 24,767 for a return ticket from the Philippines to Limbang.
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The peak and busiest times of Limbang are in December followed by November and June. Hotel prices, as well as flight tickets, will be higher than any other months. However, you can still get great deals if you book a flight or accommodation ticket earlier. The lesser month with travellers is in May. You can get cheap flight tickets and hotels if you are visiting Limbang that month.
The hottest month in Limbang is in mid-June where the temperature is usually reaching 33.4 °C while the temperature at night rarely become lower than 24.1 °C.
You can plan a visit to Limbang to celebrate the Hari Gawai or Eidul Fitri together with the locals there.
Limbang Regional Museum - The Limbang Regional Museum is located in an old fort built by Charles Brooke in 1897. The museum, which was opened in 1994, presents the people's history and culture in the region such as bamboo tools, salt-making, beaded arts, leather garments, metal articles, basket and so on.
Bukit Mas - Bukit Mas is located close to the Limbang Regional Museum. This place is a great place to visit. Bukit Mas is the ideal place to relax with family, friends or even alone. This place has a cool view of the eyes of the eye. There is a Bukit Mas peak ride.
Limbang Mangrove National Park – you can visit this national park to chill and unwind while you are here in Limbang.