Kuching Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kuching Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kuching is the largest city and the capital of Sarawak in East Malaysia. It is a hectic city covered an area of 431 square kilometers and an estimated population of about 320,000. Majority of the inhabitants here are Chinese, followed by Malays and a small amount of Ibans. Kuching in Malay means cat, there are […]

Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

The Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was established to nurse injured and rehabilitate orphaned animals before releasing them into the wild. The centre, opened in 1975, also performs research relating to wildlife as well as conduct breeding programs for endangered animals. At the centre, visitors can have a closer encounter with the wildlife of Sarawak, as […]

Chinese History Museum

Chinese History Museum, Sarawak

The Chinese History Museum was officially opened on 23 October 1993 but the building was completed in 1912, and served as a court. It displays many artifacts and exhibitions pertaining to the history of the Chinese community of Sarawak. Here, visitors will be introduced to the various dialect groups within the Chinese community, their origins […]

Damai Beach Sarawak

Damai Beach, Sarawak

The pristine white sandy beach with calm sea water in Damai Beach Damai Beach is one of the pristine beaches dotted along Sarawak’s coastline, located at the tip of the Santubong Peninsula. Damai Beach is highly recommended for visitors looking for a relaxing beach yet close enough to the natural greenery of a mountain. The […]

Entrance to Bako National Park

Bako National Park, Sarawak

The famous rock formation in Bako National Park The Bako National Park, established in 1957, is Sarawak’s oldest national park. Located at the tip of Muara Tebas peninsula, just north east of Kuching, it covers an area of approximately 2,727 hectares of rainforest. Despite being the smallest national park in Sarawak, it is reportedly habitat […]

Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak

Credit: Says.com The Gunung Mulu National Park, the largest national park in Sarawak, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Covering about 544 square kilometers, it is famous for its spacious caves, within which are limestone formations, as well as cliffs, nature trail, canopy walk and a bat observatory. The park is also a paradise for […]

Tua Pek Kong temple Kuching

Tua Pek Kong Temple

The Tua Pek Kong Temple (大伯公庙) in Kuching is one of the oldest temples in Malaysia. Reputedly dating back to 1843, it was constructed in dedication to the Chinese deity Tua Pek Kong, literally meaning Grand Uncle. Here, visitors will be treated with carvings / sculptures as well as beautiful ornaments that define the Chinese […]

Jong Crocodile Farm

Jong’s Crocodile Farm

Known officially as Jong’s Crocodile Farm, the farm was established in 1963 and houses well over 1000 crocodiles. It also doubles up as a zoo and holds in captivity various animals, namely monkeys, sunbears, leopard-cats, deers, snakes and hornbills. Visitors can attend the crocodiles feeding show and watch the creatures jump as they snap at […]

Sibu Civic Centre Museum

Sibu Civic Centre Museum

The Sibu Civic Centre is a museum in Sibu city, Sarawak, which houses relics and displays of various indigenous people of Sarawak. The main attraction of the museum is the exhibit of white ceramics that are from between 10th and 12th century. Visitors will also be greeted by exhibits that tell the story of Chinese […]