The Kinabatangan wildlife sanctuary is a mere 26,103 hectares in size and within this tiny area, is a great variety of animals and flora, some endemic to Borneo and some endemic to the area itself.
Visit tropical gardens and parks, historical monuments, important landmarks and quaint villages on the fringe of the city with our knowledgeable bike leaders.
Explore the southwestern parts of Kuching on Pedal Power. This scenic bicycle ride is filled with historical monuments and amazing buildings.
Annah Rais Longhouse is a Bidayuh settlement some 60 km south of Kuching city. Situated at the foothill of Borneo Highlands along the mountain range marking Sarawak’s border with Kalimantan Indonesia, this is the most accessible longhouse experience from Kuching.…
A free and easy trip to Siniawan, one of the earliest Chinese settlement located some 25 km from Kuching city.
Gunung Gading National Park is home to the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia. Growing up to approximately a metre in diameter, this amazing flower gives off a pungent odour, attracting flies and other insects for pollination.
The Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV), an award winning ‘living museum’ is located 32km from Kuching in the shadow of majestic Mount Santubong and within walking distance from Damai Beach.