Bako National Park is about 37km away from the city of Kuching. Here are just some of the best things that you can do in Bako National Park!
Sia Sitok Sarawak Accommodation 2.0 is back! What better way to spend the school holidays than with family, or even a simple solo weekend to unwind? Take your pick from hotels right in the heart of the city centre to secluded stays surrounded by nature, at prices that won’t break the bank!
Lawas is not just the doorway to the highlands of Ba’Kelalan but is also home to fishing villages of Punang and Awat Awat as well as the hot springs of Merarap. Read on as we explore the hidden treasures of Lawas!
Ba’Kelalan is about 3,000 feet above sea level and is home to nine Lun Bawang villages. The name is derived from the Lun Bawang word Ba’ meaning wetlands and the nearby Kelalan River.
From Langkawi, tourists can then travel to any other state in Malaysia, so why not take a short trip down to nature-filled Sarawak? Nicknamed the Land of the Hornbills
Sibu is not necessarily the first location of choice for most tourists itching to visit Sarawak, but it is a charming city with a vibrant food scene, historical and cultural heritage that is worth the visit. Check out these top things to do in Sibu that you’ll surely enjoy!
Sarawak Travel has heard our pleas and extended our wishes to explore our beautiful state by reintroducing travel packages offered in Sia Sitok Sarawak 2.0.
Sri Aman is located three hours drive away from Kuching. There are several unique attractions that will open your eyes and appreciate when you travel to Sri Aman.
Nicknamed “The Melanau Heartland”, Mukah is the go-to place to experience and learn about Melanau heritage and culture. Here are 10 destinations to check out in Mukah.
Kuching is blessed with majestic mountains such as Mount Santubong and Mount Serapi. Here are 5 hiking spots in Kuching for outdoor enthusiasts.