Sarawak Cultural Village Kuching Malaysia
(3-4 hours)It is a village that has been created for visitors to see and experience the local history/culture of the tribes of Sarawak. It has traditional model houses that represent their different ethnic groups where locals in traditional dresses have live performances. They also make and sell snacks and local artisanal products. From here, you can also visit the well known Damai Beach which is closeby.
Bako National Park Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
(Half Day/ Full Day)Oldest national park in Sarawak, famous for the Proboscis Monkeys, Bearded Boars & Monitor Lizards. It has multiple hiking trails that you can choose from and you can stay overnight if you like. For detailed Info: Click HERE
Mount Santubong Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
(6-7 hours)Climbing this mountain is a great way to see the lush rainforest of Borneo along with the flora and fauna unique to the region. The climb starts from the base of the hill and includes steep slopes and rope ladders along the way. Not recommended for beginners.Where to stay?
Kuching Waterfront Bazaar Jalan Main Bazaar Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
(2-3 hours)Start off at the Kuching Museum Complex (near the Kuching Waterfront), where you can learn more about Sarawak’s history and culture.Then head over to the waterfront, where you will see the Astana (official residence of the Sarawak Governor) and other historical monuments and buildings built during the Brooke era such as the Brooke Memorial Monument, the Round Tower, the Old Court House, the Square Tower, the Pavilion and the Post Office.
Kuching Wetlands National Park Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
"Santubong by Day & Night" There are these lovely boat rides by day and one by night. I tried both and feel that if you plan one for the early evening that overlaps into the night, you get to see the monkeys and dolphins as well as the night animals Choose a reliable tour guide as the crocodile spotting depends wholly on a trained eye. We discovered that one sure-fire way to spot dolphins is to keep your boat behind a fishing boat. The clever fellas wait for the fisherman to discard the small fish from his nets and they catch them as they hit the water. The dolphins move in pairs, so even if you miss taking a pic of the first one, the second follows a second later...Every time! As the sky darkens you can see the lovely fireflies as well. Take something warm as it sometimes gets chilly.