Each tribal group in Sarawak
is represented by craftsmen and women who produce handicrafts in
authentically built traditional houses.
Situated only 35 km from Kuching, It should be on the sightseeing
agenda of every visitor to Sarawak, if only to provide an
introduction to the cultural traditions of all the main ethnic
groups in Sarawak.
Although very small, it has
an exceptional variety of flora and guaranteed wildlife sighting.
Its beaches and accessible trails make it a wonderful place to chill
for a few days. There are few places in the world that can pack so
much natural beauty into such a limited area, all just 37km from
Also known as Tulang Satang
Turtle park comprises four islands on the south-western coast of
Sarawak, was established to conserve the marine turtle population in
Sarawak. Of the four islands, Pulau Satang Besar is open to visitors
during the peak turtle-nesting season from April to September.
Located about 20 kilometres
from Kuching it is one of Sarawak's most accessible national parks
and consists largely of undisturbed natural forest and is home to a
variety of wildlife.
Semmengoh Orang Utan
32 km from Kuching. this wildlife rehabilitation centre caters
mainly for orang utans s, and provides a first hand view of thesae
animals as adjust to their natural habitat.
Jong’s Crocodile Farm
29 km from Kuching, here you’ll get to see crocodiles that range in
size from tiny babies to behemoth saltwater monsters. The farm is
pretty big and keeps a collections of other animals besides crocs
such as Birds, Monkeys, Leopard Cats, Sunbears, Bearcats, Pheasants
Civets, Sambar deer, Monitor Lizard, pythons & hornbills
120 km from Kuching on the
N. West coast of Kuching, Gunung Gading National Park is a beautiful
expanse of mountainous rainforest is known for its numerous rare
plants especially the world's largest flower, the Rafflesia
The Park is
located about 250 km from Kuching City. While the journey is long
and not cheap, visiting the Park is best done as an organized
Travel by boat up the rivers that flow into the lake or trek on the
jungle trails looking for the wildlife. Or stay at Iban longhouses
and sample their traditional way of life