- An Architectural Wonder
A uniquely designed and structurally modern mosque with its intrinsic spiritual values preserved, the Bintulu Mosque aptly named "Masjid Assyakirin" meaning Gratefulness to God. A man-made cascading waterfall adorned by beautifully crafted fountains, landscaped with beautiful flowers and plants enhance the tranquillity of this mosque. A walk up to the mosque is indeed a spiritual and soothing experience.
Kuan Yin Tong Temple
- A Splendid Temple
Situated at Kilometer 2 of Jalan Sultan Iskandar, the Kuan Yin Tong Temple of Bintulu is another spiritual building which will fascinate you with its skillfully crafted grand design. Amongst the peculiar features of this unique temple are the rock garden courtyard, man-made waterfall and dragon fencing - all of quality craftmanship.
Tanjung Batu Beach
- An Ideal Place for Picnic
A place to enjoy the sun, sea and sandy beaches and to have fun. An ideal spot for family and friends to gather and have a picnic or even camping, swimming and fishing. There are changing and wash rooms available for an additional comfort to your outing. Take a break from home cooking and have barbecue here, using the barbecue pits provided or just simply head to the food and drink stalls nearby - offering delicacies from "satay & rojak" to ice cream & coconut juice or just enjoy the sunset and sea breeze in your evening walk.
A place for foot reflexology (foot massage), children's playground and outdoor gymnastic facilities are also available here.
- A Living Heritage
Situated on a 36.4 hectares site at Tanjung Batu Coastal Reserve, four kilometres from the town centre, this park for flora and fauna is a source of living heritage with invaluable educational and recreational values. Its setting on a hill top overlooking the South China Sea and Bintulu Town is surely a sight to behold and not to be missed. Here you will be able to stroll through the gardens and walk-in aviary while feasting your eyes with a first hand view of the Hornbill (the State's Official bird), walk-in butterfly garden (Alam Klebar), the fearless eagles, the flamingoes, tigers in Borneo, crocodiles, pythons, - the list goes on. Enjoy the flora and fauna and feel the freshness of the environment.
Bintulu Golf Course
- Golfers paradise
Bintulu's own 18-hole international standard golf course for you to swing to your heart's contention. The course offers a great challenge to golfers in its undulating terrain and also a breathtaking view of the South China Sea from the hilltop club house, while savouring local and continental dishes in the open air restaurant after a perfect round of golf.
Similajau National Park
- Nature Adventure Wonders of Bintulu
One of the most beautiful and unspoilt golden beaches in the country can be found at the Similajau National Park - once a remote and unknown place is now a tourist attraction in this industrial town.