Sarawak, a Malaysian state on Borneo, stretches along the island’s northwest coast, including many beaches on the South China Sea. It’s known for the rugged, dense rainforest of its interior, much of it protected parkland. It is also the largest state of Malaysia. The state can also be recognize as a Land of the Hornbills. Home to some of the country’s best-known national parks such as Gunung Mulu National Park and Bako, here you can undergo camping, hiking, caving, kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving which can be enjoy regardless of age. Be sure to pay visit to orang utans at Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
The capital, Kuching, is a bustling city set on the Sarawak River. Its 19th-century landmarks include the Astana, former palace of the White Rajahs, and Fort Margherita, built to thwart pirates.
Here, we will show you the must-see destinations and must-do activities that will thrill you for sure. With so many places to go, a trip to Sarawak may seem overwhelming. But to help, we’ve rounded up the best attractions that’ll guide you in and around this amazing city.