The Santubong Peninsula in Malaysia is steeped in history and antiquity and is easily accessible throughout the year. The peninsula harbours mudflats, mangroves forest, mixed dipterocarp and cloud forests that show a vast vegetational diversity – from stunted to towering trees, with a matching variety of flowers, fruits, creeping epiphytes and ferns. Its diverse habitats are home to many endemic plants and animals, including numerous species of conservation importance. The many ecotourism elements found in one place make Santubong unique. This volume represents the results of a scientific expedition to the Park, organised by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak to describe the flora and fauna of the region.