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The Kuching Waterfront

Posted by James on September - 30 - 2011

The Kuching Waterfront is a delightful and serene place to take a walk and unwind after a hectic day of touring the city and its surrounding attractions. This is a sliver of landscaped garden beside the Sarawak River running the whole length of Gambier Street and Main Bazaar, about a kilometre in length.   In  [ Read More ]

Categories: Places & Attractions

Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

Posted by James on September - 29 - 2011

The Semenggoh WC is easily one of most popular attractions for visitors to Kuching. Located only 40 minutes drive due south of the city along Jalan Puncak Borneo, this is the place where the  orangutans free-range in habitat that resembles their original homes in the deep interior.   Visitors who take public buses and tour  [ Read More ]

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The Museums of Kuching

Posted by James on September - 29 - 2011

 The Sarawak Museum Often touted as one of the finest of its kind in South East Asia, this museum was built in 1891 by the second White Rajah, Charles Brooke, who commissioned the building along the style of a Normandy town house of that period. Allegedly the famed naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, who himself had  [ Read More ]

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The Old Quarter of Kuching

Posted by James on September - 29 - 2011

The Old Quarter of Kuching is generally described as the area bounded by Wayang St until the Main Bazaar then going westward reaching Gambier Street, continuing until it reaches Power Street, Barrack Street and Carpenter Street, enclosing India Street within its confines. Within this enclave are found the oldest buildings and historical sites of the  [ Read More ]

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Kayaking on the Sarawak Kiri River

Posted by James on September - 29 - 2011

Kayaking in the Borneo Highland area is truly a fascinating way to be surrounded and intimate with Mother Nature and an ideal introduction to rural Sarawak. It is also a fun-filled activity for family bonding and corporate team building while paddling and seeing the stunning scenery of massive rocks among pristine rivers and an added  [ Read More ]

Categories: Places & Attractions

Welcome to Sarawak!

Posted by James on September - 27 - 2011

Hi! Welcome to Sarawak! We’re here to show you all the sights, places, attractions and food of Kuching and how you can best plan your itineraries during your stay here. Whether it’s a one-day pit-stop or one-week sojourn or even more, we’ve pre-packaged them in the itinerary planner,  so you need only to choose which  [ Read More ]

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