Known as the land of the Hornbills and the largest state in Malaysia, Sarawak renders an unforgettable experiences of culture and nature travels.
The capital state Kuching is a spectacular rainforest city, from the rich history of the White Rajahs, to the sumptuous cuisines ready to tantalize your taste buds, Sarawak is a place to experience the rich cultures of the diverse ethnic groups of the state. Longboat ride is among the top trips requested by travelers when in Sarawak. Adventures at heart should not missed the impressive Mulu caves and remarkable rock formations of Gunung Api at the World Heritage of Mulu National Park. Additionally, about Sarawak is the warmth, and welcoming nature of the local folks here that would make it difficult to say your goodbyes.
So whether it is to venture the impressive caves system of Mulu, hiking and be part of the nature in Bako National Park or experiencing longhouse living with the locals the Land of the Hornbills definitely has something for everyone to experience.
Borders by Brunei, Sabah and Kalimantan, Indonesia, Sarawak occupies the second largest land area of the Borneo Island after Kalimantan which is part of Indonesia. Sarawak is rich for its rainforest and famous for its rivers, that plays a vital transportation system for the locals still.
Most travelers would fly in through Kuching via Malaysia Airlines, Scoot, MasWings and Air Asia, however there are flights that flies to other cities such as Miri, Bintulu and Sibu. With flights from international countries such as Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Vietnam, Brunei and Philippines, made Sarawak easily accessible.
To get by from Kuching International Airport to the city center, it takes approximately 20 minutes with taxi, Grab car, rental car or tourist bus easily.