Sarawak Attractions

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Annah Rais

Situated 62 miles (100 kilometers) south of Kuching, Annah Rais is a Bidayuh longhouse settlement in the foothills of the Borneo Highlands. While the 500 or ...  Read more

Bako National Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 15 Reviews

Bako National Park is Sarawak’s oldest national park and, at 2,728 hectares (6,738 acres), is also one of its smallest. It packs a lot in for its size, ...  Read more

Batang Ai National Park

The Sarawak region of Borneo shelters several of the world’s most endangered species, most famously orangutans. Batan Ai National Park, along with ...  Read more

Cat Museum

A curious activity for a rainy day: if you have ever owned a cat or have been interested in the historical role cats have played in music, theater, ...  Read more

Cat Statue

Among Kuching’s more unusual attractions are the series of kitschy cat statues scattered throughout the city. Local lore has it that the Malay word for cat ...  Read more

Fort Margherita

Completed in 1879, the three-tiered, off-white tower that is Fort Margherita was commissioned by the most important man in all of Kuching: Charles Brooke, the ...  Read more

Gunung Gading National Park

While the island of Borneo is most famously associated with the orangutan, at Gunung Gading National Park, it’s a plant that’s the star of the show. The rare ...  Read more

Kubah National Park

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Set just 22 km outside of the capital city of Kuching, the sand-stone mountains of Kubah National Park offer some of the best day trekking and plant-spotting ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 17 Reviews

Sarawak’s capital, Kuching, is one of the few cities in Malaysian Borneo that escaped a hammering during WWII.  Its historic buildings, multi-racial ...  Read more

Kuching Esplanade

What was once a worn and weathered trading area in Kuching has been transformed into one of Malaysia’s best public spaces. The Kuching Esplanade, also ...  Read more

Kuching Mosque

Formerly known as the State Mosque of Sarawak, the Kuching Mosque is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. The original mosque built on the same site ...  Read more

Matang Wildlife Centre

Matang Wildlife Centre, located within Kubah National Park on its eastern edge, provides a home to several endangered species — most famously orangutans — in ...  Read more

Old Courthouse

The Old Courthouse, now officially known as the Sarawak Tourism Complex, was used as the seat of Sarawak’s judicial branch from when it was built in 1871 ...  Read more

Sarawak Cultural Village

The Sarawak Cultural Village portrays the varied cultures and customs of Sarawak’s ethnic groups. The village consists of authentic traditional buildings each ...  Read more

Sarawak Museum

One of the finest museums on the island of Borneo, the Sarawak Museum is also the oldest, opened in 1891 by Charles Burke, the second Rajah of Sarawak. Set ...  Read more

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