Take Tours to Sarawak, the largest state of Malaysia, is situated to the southwest of Borneo. The history of the state dates back to more than hundred years. The land famous for its hornbills, keep the tourists spellbound by its rainforests, caves, flora and fauna and diverse ethnic communities.
Visit the following prime attractions on Tours to Sarawak:
Kuching is the capital of Sarawak. Kuching Waterfront is situated at the Main Bazaar along Sarawak River. The 1 km long waterfront, also known as the People Place, was built for the people of Sarawak. There are restaurants, entertainment hall and handicraft shops lined all along the waterfront. Several dancing water fountains make the waterfront more attractive.
Located in Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg, the Sarawak Museum is one of best museum of Asia. Enjoy a backward journey into the history in the museum by watching at the collection of Bornean ethnological and archaeological items. There is also an exhibition featuring a reconstruction of the great Niah Caves with remains of the Neolithic people who lived in the Caves.
On the northern bank of the River Sarawak in the district of Kuching are largely Malay kampungs. Over hilltop of Malay kampungs is Fort Margherita. Rajah Charles Brooke built this fort in 1878 AD as a gesture of love for his wife Margherita. Today the fort houses the Police Museum.
The Court House is one of the most splendid buildings in Sarawak and an important landmark. The seat of government during the reign of the white rajahs, the Court House was completed in 1874 AD. The impressive front wall along with the door, window grilles and roof panels of the Court House has complicated local art designs. A stunning clock tower was added to the building in 1883 AD with an obelisk commemorative plaque to Rajah Charles Brooke officially specially made in 1924.
Sunday Open Market
The Sunday Open Market, also known as Pasar Minggu, enjoys an ideal location within the city near the famous Satok Suspension Bridge. Although a Sunday market, the market activity begins as early as Saturday afternoon. The Bidayuh women folks bring all sorts of jungle and local produce to the market from the outskirt longhouses. Tropical fruits, variety of vegetables, a local specialty-sago worms and a rare jungle produce-miding are found in the market.
Camp Permai Serawak
At a distance of 32 km from Kuching, the place is spread over 18 hectares of tropical rain forest. The Camp Permai of Sarawak is set up here where you can enjoy real closeness with the nature and savor the picturesque sights of the region. Take a dip in the clear cool water from the running streams and walk along the track partly built on stilt above the rough terrain.
Sarawak Cultural Village and Heritage Center
Sarawak Cultural Village is a living museum placed at Santubong. The village safeguard and depict the comprehensive cultures and customs of ethnic groups such as the Ibans, Bidayuhs and Melanaus. The Heritage Centre is an integral part of the cultural village, which offers demonstration classes on traditional arts of Sarawakians.
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