KUCHING AND SARAWAK

  • MY 2008 : Half Day Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

    The best place in Sarawak to view semi-wild orang utans, who have been rescued from captivity and trained to survive in the surrounding forest reserve. The rehabilitated animals roam freely in the rain forest, and often return to the centre at feeding time.


  • MY 2007 : Half Day Sarawak Cultural Village

    Experience life in the rainforests with the four-hour visit to the Sarawak Cultural Village. This award-winning living museum showcases the state’s diverse cultures. See how the native tribes have lived for centuries while enjoying traditional jungle hospitality. Learn how to throw a Malay spinning top, shoot a Penan blowpipe or take part in a nature trail.


  • MY 2006 : Half Day Santubong Wildlife Cruise

    Explore the rivers of the Santubong Peninsular and enjoy a fascinating introduction to Sarawak’s varied wildlife. Departing from the Sarawak Boat Club, the boat cruises to the mouth of the Santubong River, where rare Irrawaddy dolphins can often be spotted. Come along and live an intriguing rainforest wetland experience.


  • MY 2005 : Half Day Kuching Heritage Trail

    Explore Kuching with a walking tour that starts at the Kuching waterfront. This tour offers you the opportunity to take closer look at Kuching’s history and cultural heritage. Stops include the below places: The ornately decorated Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple (believed to date back to 1843), is said to have the best Feng Shui location in the city.


  • MY 2004 : Half Day Kuching City Tour

    The perfect introduction to Sarawak’s historic capital, this tour includes Kuching’s Chinatown, the Cat Statue (Kuching means “Cat” in Malay), the colorful Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple, the Civic Centre Viewing Platform and the world famous Sarawak Museum. Across river, visit the unique Cat Museum, passing the magnificent State Mosque and the Astana, the former residence of the White Rajahs.


  • MY 2003 : Half Day Kuching City And River Tour

    Travel back in time with this half-day tour of Kuching that takes in all of the city’ the main sights from land and water. As well as being the perfect introduction to the capital of Sarawak, it also has a fascinating one-hour pontoon boat river cruise that allows you to enjoy a different perspective of the city.


  • MY 2002 : Half Day Irrawaddy Dolphin Watching

    This cruise criss-crosses the mouth of the Santubong River in search of the rare Irrawaddy Dolphin. The Irrawaddy, or snubfin dolphin, inhabits rivers, estuaries and shallow coastal areas. The Santubong area is one of the best places in Sarawak to view this unusual looking marine mammal.


  • MY 2001 : Half Day Bidayuh Longhouse – Anah Rais

    Anah Rais is a large Bidayuh (Land Dayak) village about 45 minutes from Kuching. The focal point of the village is a large and well-preserved traditional bamboo longhouse which is home to dozens of families. This guided tour introduces visitors to the unique


  • MY 1901 : Full Day Bako National Park

    Discover the natural wonderland of the Bako National Park in Sarawak. Explore the dramatic coastline of steep cliffs and rocky headlands broken by stretches of white, sandy beaches. Admire the Wave the many the rocky headlands with their fantastically shaped arches and stacks.