Sarawak

On the north-western coast of Borneo, Sarawak is best known for its natural and cultural wonders. Admire the lovely old colonial buildings in Kuching, Sarawak’s capital city, the landscaped parks, the colourful market and bustling waterfront where you can sample the local cuisine from the open-air food stalls or visit one of Asia’s finest museums to see the collection of Borneo’s exhibits. Head up river into the steamy rainforest which is home to colourful birdlife including the Hornbill, the emblem of Sarawak, before an encounter with the Iban people in their traditional longhouses.

Map of Sarawak

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