Mulu National Park is is located near Miri in Sarawak, and is accessible only by air via Mulu. This..Semengoh Orangutan Sanctuary Information
The Semengoh Orang-utan sanctuary is located about 45 minutes drive south of Kuching. The centre is..Bako National Park Information
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Gunung Gading National Park is a beautiful expanse of mountainous rainforest only two hours away..Santubong Information
The Santubong area is a peninsular and Sarawak's premier beach destination. It is located about 35..Sarawak Cultural Village Information
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Kuching is located almost exactly on the equator in eastern region of Sarawak and is both the capital and most populous city in Sarawak and Borneo
This vibrant, trade city has a strong Malay and Chinese influence that provides the visitors with a wide range of opportunities. Highlights include the former palace of the White Rajahs, numerous museums, and the bustling streets, pubs, shops and stalls. The laid back locals are friendly and ready to assist visitors in getting around making visiting Kuching a very relaxing experience.
The riverside waterfront esplanade set in the heart of the commercial district is noted for its antiques and crafts as well as being a launching point to access many of the surrounding attractions.
As the sun sinks below the horizon, providing locals with yet another famous sunset, the city comes alive with an intoxicating mixture of food, shopping and nightlife. Kuching is known Malaysia best kept secret and its not hard to see why.
A river kayak is an exciting way to journey into the Jungles of Sarawak. Visitors can immerse themselves in a green world of towering trees, the sounds of nature and glimpses of the abundant wildlife.
Sarawak cultural village was created to preserve the cultural heritage of the past. With around 150 locals living in the village, visitors can get a rare insight into how previous local generations lived in a far simpler world. Most of Sarawaks diverse tribes are represented with each demonstrating their architecture, crafts, foods and clothing. Spread over 17 acres of rainforest, gardens and waterways the Sarawk Cultural village is a unique experience that will entrance anyone with an interest in the heritage of the world.
The village is situated about an hours drive from Kuching and has luxury resorts located conveniently nearby.