Kuching City & Museum Tour
Kuching City highlights include the City Tower, City Mosque, Sarawak Museum, and the old Colonial Law Courthouse. Both Cat Monument and the Kuching Waterfront possess a remarkable view of the Brooke's Palace and other Brooke's heritage.
Sarawak Cultural Heritage Tour
Located about 34km from the city, The Sarawak Cultural Village-popularly known as the "Living Museum"-offers great opportunities to admire the richly-diverse, multi-racial cultures of Sarawak. The tour concludes with "live performances" highlighting the many cultural dances of the Sarawak people.
Bako Wildlife Encounter
Just a stone's throw away from Kuching, its oldest National Park packs an amazing array of flora and fauna, from rainforests to mangrove swamps, beautiful rock formations to sandy beaches. The tour will take visitors along interesting jungle trails where wildlife can be spotted. Lunch included. Tour NOT recommended from December to January. Light clothing, comfortable shoes, and sun hats are suggested.
Batang Ai Luxury Jungle Safari (3 Days 2 Nights Full-board)
A special tour for those who want to experience the remote forests and meet the local population while still enjoying the comforts of international resort Batang Ai. Its concept is to promote nature and culture similar to the Iban longhouse, and offer ecologically oriented activities.
Day 1 - Depart Kuching for a 4.5 hour leisure drive to the Batang AI Jetty. This journey passes through a scenic countryside made up of various plantations. Lunch en route in a local restaurant.
Day 2 - After breakfast, feel free to explore the resort and the surrounding areas at your own leisure before an afternoon departure to Kuching.
Dress casually. Wear tennis shoes or thongs, swimsuits, and don-t forget binoculars, insect repellent, torch lights and a raincoat, just in case!
Sarawak River Experience
Embark on a cruise for an unforgettable experience along the picturesque Sarawak River. Observe various boats of different shapes and sizes in their natural environment. Sit back and enjoy the magnificent, former palace of the White Rajahs, built by Charles Brooke in 1870, now serving as the official residence of the Head of State. Other places of interest are the historical Fort Margherita, Square Tower, Brooke Dockyard, Malay Houses on stilts, and the Wet Market.