Welcome to Sarawak
Sarawak makes access to Borneo’s natural wonders and cultural riches a breeze. From Kuching, the island’s most sophisticated and dynamic city, pristine rainforests – where you can spot orangutans, proboscis monkeys, crocodiles and the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia – can be visited on day trips, with plenty of time in the evening for a delicious meal and a drink by the waterfront. More adventurous travellers... Read More
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2-Day Private Tour from Kuching: Cultural Experience in Serubah Village
Immerse yourself in the traditional Sarawak lifestyle on this 2-day private cultural tour from Kuching to the village of Serubah. With a private guide, visit a Serubah longhouse (a typical Malaysian house built on stilts and shared by families) and meet native Iban people, original inhabitants of the island of Borneo. See another side of Malaysia as you discover their indigenous way of life, including hunting with blowpipes. Learn about how they reconcile native customs with modern-day conveniences, like electricity and the internet, and spend the night in a village guesthouse!
Best of Borneo
Still wild and mysterious even after all these years, Borneo is one of those places that’s become synonymous with adventure travel. Come see what all the fuss is about on this 14-day journey through the Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah. There, you’ll encounter wild orangutans, proboscis monkeys, and other creatures of the rainforest, visit hot springs and waterfalls, and get a better understanding of the local Dayak people by spending the night in a traditional village. Adventure never goes out of style; it just becomes more classic.
3-Day Small-Group Sarawak Tour from Kuching: Longhouse Experience in Batang Ai
Get a unique cultural experience in Malaysia on this 3-day small-group tour from Kuching to Batang Ai in Sarawak. With your expert guide, journey through the countryside and visit a traditional longhouse residence of the local Iban tribe. Watch cultural performances and demonstrations, take an optional nature walk, enjoy lunch and scenic boat rides and stay overnight in a traditional longhouse managed by Hilton.
3-Day Adventure in Mulu National Park
Gunung Mulu National Park was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. This picturesque natural wonder covers 52,865 hectares of primary rainforest that is dissected by several fast-flowing rivers and clear jungle streams. The oldest of Mulu's caves started to form about five million years ago. Heavy rain and continual erosion over the years have carved out the vast subterranean system that exists today. With its deeply-incised canyons, wild rivers, rainforest-covered mountains, spectacular limestone pinnacles, cave passages and features, Mulu has many outstanding scenic qualities.
Private Tour: Kuching Sightseeing Tour and Overnight Village Homestay
Get acquainted with the local people, history, culture and natural surroundings of Sarawak on this private overnight tour from Kuching, including a homestay in Annah Rais. See Sarawak’s main sights on a tour by comfortable surrey bike, learn about the region’s rehabilitated animals at the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre and admire unique Malaysian artifacts at the Sarawak Museum. Enjoy an intimate overnight stay at a traditional village longhouse, where you'll learn local customs from a host family and enjoy a home-cooked dinner and breakfast.
Few travel opportunities are as rare or special as the one to really get out there and explore the must-be-seen-to-be-believed nature and wildlife of the island of Borneo. Start at its heights by summiting UNESCO-designated Mt Kinabalu before descending into the mind-blowing caves of Gunung Mulu National Park. Throw in some unconventional cultural moments like drifting along the water by long boat and overnighting in an Iban longhouse of the Malay people and you've got 16 days of adventure that'll remain with you forever.