The Skrang River Safari

Skrang River
Skrang is an exciting destination for-visitors who wish to see and experience life in a longhouse, once the home of the notorious pirates and head~hunters. The journey to Skrang is about 232 kilometres from Kuching. it takes about 5 hours by road and followed by a 11/2 hours of motor-propelled longboat journey along the Skrang river. Spend the night at a longhouse...
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The Lemanak River Safari

Lumanak Tribe
Lemanak is a tributary of the main Batang Lupar River. Many traditional longhouses can be found situated along the river. Like Skrang, the Lemanak River is another exciting destination within easy reach from Kuching. About 220 kilometres away from Kuching, Lemanak can be reached in about 5 hours by road. The journey passes through the scenic countryside, rubber and ...
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Niah National Park

Niah Cave, Sarawak
Niah is one of Sarawak's smaller national parks, but it is certainly one of the most important, and has some of the most unusual visitor attractions. The park's main claim to fame is its role as one of the birthplaces of civilisation in the region. The oldest modern human remains discovered in Southeast Asia were found at Niah, making the park one of the most important arch...
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Mulu National Park

Mulu National Park
Gunung Mulu National Park is one of Nature's most spectacular achievements and the 'jewel in the crown' of Sarawak's expanding network of natinal parks. It is also the largest national park, covering 544 sq km of primary rainforest, which is criss-crossed by fast flowing rivers and clear jungle streams. Mulu is dominated by three mountains - Gunung Mulu (2,376 m), Gunung Ap...
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Bako National Park

Bako National Park, Sarawak
Bako National Park, 37 kilometres from Kuching, can be reached by 30-minute drive to Kampung Bako and then followed by a 25-minute boat ride. The constant erosion over millions of years, had turned Bako into a picturesque coastline of steep cliffs, rocky head-lands and many stretches of sandy bays. The erosion caused by constant waves at the base of cliffs had carved and cr...
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Longhouses

Longhouse in Sarawak
A holiday in Sarawak is not complete without a visit to the longhouses that are the traditional dwellings of many of the natives here such as the Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu. A longhouse is a terraced street of separate dwellings covered by one roof. A tuai rumah (headman) is the head of the longhouse. Every family has their own separate bilik (room). Communal activities ar...
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Damai Beach

Damai Beach, Kuching
Take white sand beaches lapped by the South China Sea, add rainforest walks and an imposing jungle -covered mountain and you have Damai. This is Sarawak's main beach resort area. Once accessible only by river, Damai, on the Santubong Peninsula, is now just a 40 minutes drive from Kuching. And the drive is well worth it. Damai boasts three international-class resort ho...
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Kuching & Southwest Sarawak

Kuching Statue at Kuching Town
Kuching & Southwest Sarawak Kuching, capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak on Borneo, is a bustling, diverse city of old colonial buildings and modern towers. Along its Sarawak River waterfront are shophouses selling handicrafts, food vendors and an esplanade with views of 19th-century landmarks: the Astana, former palace of the White Rajahs, and Fort Margherita, b...
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Sibu, Sarawak

  Sibu, Sarawak The trip along Rejang River is arguably one of Southest Asia's most rewarding travel experiences. A lifeline to the people of the vast hinterland, the river is alive with boats, people and cargo. From the thriving port of Sibu to deep into Sarawak's vast interior, the Rejang offers visitors the chance to experience life on Malaysia's mightiest river. The ...
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