Daily Tours

A City Tour of Kuching, a quaint and lovely City, it was the Capital of the personal Kingdom of Sir James Brooke, better known as the White Rajah. There are many historical buildings in the City including the Square and Round Towers, the colonial Courthouse, General Post Office, Fort Magherita and the Astana. Visit the Cat Monument, City Hall, the Tua Pek Kong - oldest Chinese Temple in the city and the famed Sarawak Museum reputed to house the best ethnographies collections in Southeast Asia. Drive through quaint Malay kampungs (villages), explore the centre of the City passing through the colorful India Street and traditional shop houses. If time permits, take a walk on the Waterfront with its outdoor cafes and watch sampans plying the Sarawak River ferrying passengers from one side of the river to the other.
"See Sarawak in half day" is the claim made by the Sarawak Culture Village, a unique award winning living museum offering an excellent introduction to local cultures and lifestyles. It is located at the foothill of the legendary Mount Santubong, fronting the South China sea. The village also called the "Living Museum" because people live in the houses & create their handicraft and traditional snacks.
The Village has seven representative ethnic house – Bidayuh Longhouse, Iban Longhouse, Penan Hut Orang Ulu Longhouse, Melanau Tall House, Malay House and & Chinese Farm House. Observe the lifestyle, arts, craft, game, foods, clothes & music of 7 major cultural of Sarawak. Enjoy yourself with a fascinating performance of the multi – culture dance in village's own theater. There is also a good restaurant and handicraft shop on – site.


Visit the Semenggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. The entire facility occupies an area of 740 acres, the only remaining green belt near to the City offering a sanctuary for Orang Utans. The Centre is a temporary home for displaced Orang Utans also known as "men of the jungle". They have been rescued from captivity or are young orphans and are trained or re-trained to survive in their natural surroundings. Take a walk on the trails and try to spot semi-wild Orang Utans. There are feeding times scheduled everyday at the feeding platform. On returning to the city, stop for a visit to a pottery for a close up look at nimble hands fashioning works of art. Watch the potter at his wheel and see what happens when pieces of clay is baked and then painted. This is also a good place to pick up souvenirs as a keepsake of your trip.



Full day Tours

Kayak through the rainforests on a meandering river in the Bau district, about an hour's drive from Kuching. You begin your adventure in Krokong village beneath a suspension pedestrian bridge. Shaded by overhanging canopies of trees with the sounds of rustling water and chirpings of insects and birds, you will be transported away on a timeless journey in the magical rainforests. The river will meander between dolomites hills with strange and wonderful shapes shaped over time by the waters. These truly unique speleological formations are a sight to behold. The peaceful flat water will be punctuated occasionally by Class 1 to Class 2 rapids for a thrilling. There will be breaks along the 2 to 3 hour river journey to savour the beauty water ride of the forest flora and to have a swim in the cold refreshing mountain stream. Bring your camera to capture the beautiful sceneries and this enthralling experience. Don't forget your spare films & batteries. The trip ends at the Wind Cave, Bau, where there are public facilities to shower and change. The transport will pick you up here for your return journey back to Kuching.


Bako National Park, the oldest and one of the most popular national parks in Sarawak, offers the perfect introduction to Sarawak's forest and wildlife. It contains a wide range of vegetation, jungle streams, waterfalls, interesting plant life, trekking trails and coastlines covered with small bays, coves and beaches. Visitors can see wildlife such as proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques; Borneo bearded pigs, monitor lizards, etc. You will be able to experience almost desert-like scrub or "padang" on the plateau to lowland dipterocarp forest. Erosion has left some remarkable rock formations such as the famous Sea Stack (sandstone formation).


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