Sarawak – located on the north-western shore of Borneo – is the largest state in Malaysia. So we’ve compiled the Top 5 Best Tours in Sarawak for you to enjoy while on your visit to this land.
Explore the world-famous Mulu Caves, pay a quick visit to the Bidayuh – one of Sarawak’s most fascinating indigenous groups – meet the endangered ‘Orang Utan’, discover botanical treasures or simply enjoy the sights of Kuching City.
- Batu Caves, Royal Selangor & Batik Half-Day Tour
- Sunway Lagoon Theme Park Admission with RM10 Meal Voucher
- Nature & Elephant Sanctuary Tour
- Historical City of Malacca Full-Day Tour
- Traditional English Afternoon Tea at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel
- Glittering Fireflies Night Tour with Dinner
- City Half-Day Tour
- Aquaria KLCC Admission
- Dining in the Clouds at the KL Tower with Transfer
- Kuala Lumpur Tower Observation Deck
Located approximately 20 kilometres away from Kuching, the Semenggoh Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Center is one of Malaysia’s best-known sanctuaries for the endangered orang-utan. A decidedly less kitschy site than its more popular counterpart, Sabah’s Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre, it is home to roughly 20 injured and orphaned ‘Men of the Forest’. The Semmengoh Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre Tour allows you to get a rare glimpse as well as observe the behaviour and interactions of these shy ginger-haired apes in their native environment. Read More...
Gunung Mulu National Park is home the world’s largest cave chamber, the Sarawak Chamber as well as the Pinnacles – limestone crags with deadly-sharp peaks towering over the jungle. The intricate network of underground caverns are jam-packed with out of the ordinary sights including millions of bats, unusual insects and fascinating limestone formations while the surrounding forest is an exotic bionetwork worthy of a few days’ exploration. The Sarawak Mulu Caves with Accommodation Package allows you to explore the vast cave system as well as immerse you in Mulu’s colourful ecosystem. Read More...
Spread out along the banks of the Sarawak River, Kuching – the capital of Sarawak – has an easygoing charm where high rises rub shoulders with colourful and quaint Chinese shop-houses and ferries glide along the canal at a gentle pace. The Half-Day Kuching Tour takes you to some of the ‘Land of the Hornbill’s’ best-known attractions including the Colonial Law Court, the Charles Brooke Memorial and the Square Tower. Later, visit Chinatown, the Cat Museum and an authentic Malay village; the tour ends with a stroll down the Kuching waterfront – a great photo opportunity. Read More...
The Bidayuh are one of Sarawak’s most fascinating indigenous groups, originating from Kalimantan since the 16th century. On this tour, you will pass through a scenic countryside fringed by hills and plantations to visit the Annah Rais Longhouse village, home to the Bidayuh that practise a traditional lifestyle of agricultural farming. Read More...
The Bako National Park is bursting at the seams with exotic native Borneo flora and fauna. Spanning 27 square kilometres, Sarawak’s oldest national park is just a stone’s throw away from Kuching. The Sarawak Bako National Park Tour takes you on an excursion to see Borneo’s signature jungles and to explore the vast bionetwork of the world’s third largest island. Boasting 17 trails that range from the undemanding Lintang Trail to the arduous Telok Limau trail, you’ll be able to explore Bako’s storehouse of incredible ecology. Read More...