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Taste your way through Kuching on a half-day, culinary tour of the city on foot, river boat, and bicycle. Try Sarawak-style street food throughout the morning, follow the Heritage Trail to local temples, monuments, and back roads, then take a Sampan across the Sarawak River to see the traditional villages at the edge of the water.
Macaques, wild boars, flying lemurs, monitor lizards, and Borneo's signature long-nose proboscis monkeys can all be seen very close to Kuching. Seek them out in environments from mangroves to cliffs on this day trip to Bako National Park, just 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Kuching but off the public transport map. Besides hotel transfers, boat, and entrance fees, this small-group tour includes a local lunch.
Cruise across the South China Sea from the Bako fishing village to Bako National Park on a 8-hour nature tour. Your professional guide points out the wildlife, including macaques and proboscis monkeys, during a jungle walk. Admire the picturesque rock formations during a boat ride to a beautiful beach where you’ll have time for a swim. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport from Kuching are included on this small-group tour, limited to seven people.
Soak up the majesty of a Borneo sunset and the beauty of Kuching at nightfall on a sunset river cruise, undoubtedly the best way to experience this charming city. See landmarks such as the Astana, or governor’s residence, and the Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak (state parliament), as well as stilt homes, houseboats, and the timeless to-and-fro of the river. This convenient package comes complete with door-to-door round-trip transfers.
The Sarawak River Cruise provides a unique and different experience for you event. Embrace the change!
Sarawak River Cruise is the best way to enjoy a breathtaking 360’ panoramic view of the Kuching skyline and the historical landmarks that dot the riverbank.
Discover the best of Kuching and the Sarawak River during this 6-hour small-group tour. Visit key landmarks such as Square Tower, the Cat Monument, and the old State Mosque while learning about the history of the area from the White Rajah era to present day. Then enjoy a sunset cruise down the Sarawak River and admire the city and nearby villages with unobstructed views.
This special tour provides the best experience within northeast Sarawak and Brunei. Loads with city and sunset tour, caving, hiking, trekking, river tubing and many other experiences with nature and local culture. "Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime" – Mark Twain
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. The dolphins are often seen swimming and diving around small fishing boats in the estuary. Occasionally they are seen playing in the open water. Visitors will need a keen eye to spot the dolphins at first, but after a short wait they can often be seen surfacing all around the boat.
Sarawakian’s rich cultures and customs, unique traditional rituals, dances, foods, and costumes are among the things that continue to intrigue and fascinate visitors and researchers from around the world. Their warm hospitality and simple ways of life are also some of the traits that many visitors find endearing.
I guess, the fascination for this exotic destination also stems from interesting stories about the headhunters of Borneo. Images from National Geographic or Discovery Channel showing small dark people with tattooed bodies donning fancy headdresses of exotic bird feathers must have also fuelled the curiosity of our foreign visitors.
Take a tour through the world of rare species and lush rainforest on the cliffs and headlands of Bako National Park. This journey lets you admire the pristine scenery of land and water around Sarawak's oldest national park, along with the remarkable diversity of plant and animal life within.
- Rich flora & fauna in Sarawak's oldest national park
- Habitats for unique, rare & endangered species of wildlife
- Fun & adventurous journey to Bako park via land & water
- Relax within the pristine & undisturbed rainforest jungle
- Panoramic views of rugged coastline & green hilltops
Mulu National Park's the ‘Jewels in the Crown’ of Sarawak’s, rich bio-diversity and world-famous caves, Mulu offers the adventurous traveler an exhilarating cave and rainforest experience, possibly unmatched anywhere else on Earth. This excursion offers Deer, Lang, Wind and Clearwater show caves caving and visiting the Penan Tribe handicraft market.
Satang Island consists of Pulau Satang Besar and Pulau Satang Kecil. Journey through its pristine waters and visit a turtle hatchery, where you’ll learn about conservation efforts, and have the chance to journey into an underwater world on this Satang Island Turtle Conservation and snorkeling day trip. Enjoy the calm relaxation of traveling across the South China Sea, snorkel and swim in clear blue waters amid colorful fish and gain a deeper understanding of conservation efforts being made to preserve and protect sea turtles on this popular day trip from Kuching.
Enjoy a full-day tour of picturesque Bako National Park on this memorable tour that showcases some of the best of Malaysia’s natural landscapes. Learn about the plants, wildlife, ecosystems and diverse habitats that cover this national gem and get an up close look at rare flora and fauna—like Proboscis monkeys, monitor lizards and wild boar—on this journey into Bako National Park.
Hiking the famous Pinnacles, caving the Clearwater & Wind show caves and trekking the trail to Camp 5. Mulu Pinnacles is consist of a series of 45 meters high, razor-sharp limestone spikes that tower above the surrounding vegetation, mid-way up the slopes of Gunung Api.
Caving the famous Mulu Deer, Lang's, Clearwater and Wind caves, visiting the Penan settlement handicraft market and trekking the Headhunter's trail follows the route taken by Kayan headhunting parties who paddled up the Melinau River to Melinau Gorge, dragged their longboats through the forest until they reached the banks of the Terikan River, where they launched headhunting raids against the people of the Limbang area.
Real eco-adventure includes caving the Deer, Lang, Wind, Clearwater show caves, Pinnacles hiking, Headhunter's Trail trekking, visiting the Penan tribe handicraft market, overnight at Iban tribe longhouse and many more. This is a great way of entering or leaving Gunung Mulu National Park, can be done in either direction, although most people start at the park
Caving the show caves (Clearwater, Wind, Lang and Deer caves) and hiking to Mulu Pinnacles (Gunung Api). The journey will be including longboats ride, trekking and visiting Penan's tribe handicraft market. Pinnacles hiking can be done in 3 days, check our "Mulu Pinnacles - 3 Days Hiking, Trekking & Caving" package if you prefer to skip the first day of this tour plan.
The trekking combines upriver travel, jungle trekking, caving the show caves and overnight stay at an Iban longhouse. The trail itself follows the route taken by Kayan headhunting parties who paddled up and trekking to where they launched headhunting raids against the people of the Limbang area. Headhunter’s Trail can also be done in reverse, starting from Limbang and ending up at the Park HQ.
Gunung Mulu is the ‘Jewels in the Crown’ of Sarawak’s, covering 544 sq km of the primary rainforest; where the world’s largest cave passage (Deer Cave), the world’s largest natural chamber (Sarawak Chamber) and the longest cave in Southeast Asia
A visit to the Sarawak’s largest natural lake, covering 650 hectares, mainly covered by peat swamp. The lake appears and disappears, the fascinating scenery and the vibrant forest life remain constant. The visit includes a stop at a small town of Beluru and the native Berawan's tribe longhouse.