Sit back and relax onboard the MV Equatorial as it meanders down the Sarawak River. Discover Kuching from a different perspective as the cruise glides pass the Malay Kampung that lines the riverbank, with their traditional homes built on wooden stilts. Enjoy a complimentary welcome drink and savour on snacks as you catch glimpse of historic Kuching bathed in gold as dusk sets in.
The tour covers the many historical landmarks of the State’s capital. The perfect introduction to Sarawak’s historic capital, this tour includes Kuching’s Chinatown, the Cat Statue, Tua Pek Khong Chinese Temple, Civic Centre, Cat Museum, Fort Magherita, State Mosque, Astana and Sarawak Museum, reputably one of the finest in South East Asia.
It is a unique place to view semi-wild Orang Utans that have been rescued from capacity and trained to survive in their natural surroundings. The rehabilitated animals here are allowed to roam freely in the surrounding rainforest, but often return to the centre at feeding time. Located about 20 km south of Kuching City, this 740-hectare of forest is also home to honey bears, hornbills, porcupines
Observe Sarawak’s legendary man-eating crocodiles from a safe distance at this mini-zoo. The largest and the only crocodile farm in the country, is a short drive, 40 minutes from Kuching, the drive passes through the scenic countryside of rice fields, cocoa, rubber, and pepper plantations before arriving the farm. Housing about 1500 crocs, visitors can watch the reptiles being fed
The tour is the combination of Kch city tour and Heritage walking tour, includes the Civic Centre and Sarawak Museum, reputably one of the finest in South East Asia. The heritage walking tour will be covered along the way from former State Mosque, Brooke Dockyard, Gambier Street, India Street Mall, the Court House, Kuching’s Chinatown, Main Bazaar, Tua Pek Khong and Chinese Temple.
It is a large Bidayuh (Land Dayak) village situated approximately 45-minutes from Kuching. The large bamboo longhouse is home to dozens of families and is straddled in an isolated valley surrounded by four mountains (a strategic position that has helped prevent attacks in the headhunting past). This guided tour introduces visitors to the unique architectural and cultural features of the longhouse
Once famous as a gold mining centre, Bau now attracts visitors who come to see its 2 limestone caves. The Fairy Cave was named such, because of the stalagmite formation at its entrance that is said to resemble Kuan Yin, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy. The Wind Caves is named for the constant breeze that blows through the cavern. Visitors are free to explore the rock formations or swim in the cool po
Located at the foot of the legendary Mount Santubong, the Cultural Village is just a half hour ride from Kuching city. This award winning “living museum” recreates the lifestyles of 7 representative ethnic groups of Sarawak: the Bidayuh, the Penan, the Iban, the Orange Ulu, the Melanau, the Malay and the Chinese.
This tour combines a mangrove cruise with a visit to the Santubong River mouth in search of the rare Irrawaddy dolphins and for a chance to see some of Sarawak’s fascinating wildlife that inhabit the mangrove swamps, namely crocodiles, mudskippers, crabs, shell fish, proboscis monkeys and more.
Borneo Highlands, amongst the 1.5 million years old virgin rainforest, the 2nd oldest and 2nd largest rainforest in the world. Sitting on the Penrissen Range, 1000 metres above sea level, Borneo Highlands is surrounded by rich vegetation and the lush rainforest with a refreshing year round spring temperature of 18-28 degrees celsius.
In the morning, take a boat ride to Satang Island, the island is part of the Talang – Satang National Park and is protected for the conservation of Sea turtles. Along the boat ride you may be able to catch glimpses of mudskippers foraging on the mid-banks or even tiny agile flying fish leaping across the bow of your boat. Upon arrival, visit the turtle hatchery and learn about the conservation w