Lubok Antu is a very small town located in Sri Aman Division. The town is about 68km from Betong and 85km from Sri Aman.
This hornbill arch welcome the visitors to the sleepy town. Just a few kilometers away from here is the renowned Hilton Batang Ai Resort.
The town is surprisingly small, comprising of a row of old Chinese shop houses, a town square cum basketball court, markets and a recreation park. I also notice a budget inn on a small hill behind the Chinese shop houses. However, there is no bank around this town.
The best place to start exploring this town is from the recreation park which is built next to the Batang Ai River.
This is the river (this is actually the water outlet from the dam) that powered the nearby Batang Ai hydroelectric dam
The water level of the river is consistently monitored to prevent it from overflowing
There is this Orang Utan statue at the recreation park which seems to welcome visitors with a friendly gesture.
The observation tower at the recreation park gives a great aerial view of the town and surrounding. However, it is sad to see that the tower is filled with what I assume to be bird's faeces.
The old shop houses here are mainly built from wood and owned by the Chinese.
This is probably the oldest tree in town (located i n between the row of shop house) which I assume as old as the town itself.