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SARAWAK

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BAKO NATIONAL PARK

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BATANG AI
LAKE

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MULU
NATIONAL
PARK

KUCHIG

KUCHING

The City of Kuching is the capital and largest city in the State of Sarawak.

Meaning ‘cat’ in Malay, this incredible city is simply unique, no other city has a romantic and unlikely history, nor displays its charms with an easy grace.

 

The City Centre is well preserved and very compact, everything can be reached by either a short walk or by sampan.

This unique and enjoyable destination is the ideal base to explore further into Sarawak.

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BAKO
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BAKO
NATIONAL PARK

The oldest national park in Sarawak, and accessible by boat.

Home to the proboscis monkeys, long tailed macaques, plain tail squirrels, mouse deer and about 150 species of birds.

 

Nearly every type of vegetation in Borneo can be found here making it an ideal visit for travelers with limited time.

Batang

BATANG AI LAKE

A mystical place, a lake in the forest on the border between Sarawak and Indonesian Kalimantan, home of the reckless Iban, famous ex-headhunters.

 

From here you can visit the longhouses of this indigenous tribe and learn all about their culture, including delicious meals, traditional dances and toasting with rice wine exclaiming all together UUUAAAHH, UUUAAAHH, UUUAAAHHH !

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MULU
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MULU
NATIONAL PARK

The Gunung Mulu National Park, sprawling over 544 square kilometer, is Sarawak's largest national park, designated a UNESCO World heritage site.

Encompassing a vast wilderness, crossed by a network of streams and rivers, the main attraction however lies below ground in its fantastic network of underground caves that can go on for kilometers. There are four show caves unique and beautiful in their own way.

 

To facilitate visits, these caves are accessible by well lit walkways. For the more adventurous, there are the Pinnacles, a series of 45 meter high limestone spikes that tower above the surrounding vegetation. The headhunters trek trail that combines jungle trekking, upriver traveling and overnight in a Penan Longhouse - a wonderful way to get the Mulu experience.

Miri

MIRI

Miri, the second largest city in Sarawak, founded in 1910 when oil was discovered. This discovery led to a rapid development of the town soon after making it the administrative centre for the Northern Region of Sarawak.

Miri is the gateway for visitors heading to Mulu National Park, Niah National Park and Brunei Darussalam.

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