Visit the villages of Simuti and Sadir to get to know the culture of the Bidayuh tribe and enjoy their amazing hospitality. Rejuvenate by taking a dip in a waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation.
Hop on a bicycle and venture on an exploration of Kuching on two wheels. This tour will not only provide you with a great deal of information about the history and culture of Sarawak, but also with magnificent views and picture-perfect photo opportunities.
Located on a peninsula stretching out into the South China Sea, Bako National Park is the oldest national park in Sarawak, boasting a real treasure trove of flora and fauna. It is a famous place to observe the odd-nosed proboscis monkey, which can only be found on Borneo.
A day of paddling leisurely along the Sarawak Kiri river, accompanied by the sights and sounds of the rainforest. Enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings of the limestone formations and the towering trees along the riverbank.
Venture on a hike off-the-beaten track, guided by the muffled sound of the waterfall hidden in the heart of the jungle. And then, suddenly, at a turn of a path, you will stand in front of Sebako waterfall. The beauty and purity of the place will seduce you.
Lobang Batu – Malay for ‘Rock Hole’ – is an enormous cave system in Permian limestone nearly 2 hours drive away from Kuching. The caves are amongst the most beautiful anywhere and the view from the path up the mountain is unbeatable.
This cave is huge, the chambers incredible and the calcite beautiful. Add to all that the extensive biodiversity and you have an amazing adventure in store.