Discover Kuching

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Kuching, Malaysia


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Welcome to Kuching, the charming capital city of Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state on the island of Borneo. Kuching, often referred to as the “Cat City,” beckons visitors with its rich history, diverse cultures, and abundant natural beauty.

Here are some highlights to discover in Kuching:

1. **Sarawak Cultural Village**: Step back in time and immerse yourself in the cultures of Sarawak’s indigenous tribes at the Sarawak Cultural Village. Set amidst lush rainforest, this living museum showcases traditional longhouses and offers cultural performances, handicraft demonstrations, and interactive activities.

2. **Kuching Waterfront**: Take a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kuching Waterfront, where you can admire historic buildings, colorful street art, and panoramic views of the Sarawak River. The waterfront is also a great spot to enjoy delicious local snacks and watch the sunset over the river.

3. **Sarawak Museum**: Delve into Sarawak’s fascinating history and natural heritage at the Sarawak Museum, one of the oldest museums in Borneo. Explore exhibits on tribal cultures, wildlife, and archaeology, including the famous collection of Dayak artifacts.

4. **Bako National Park**: Just a short boat ride from Kuching lies Bako National Park, a biodiversity hotspot renowned for its diverse ecosystems and wildlife. Hike through lush rainforest trails, spot proboscis monkeys and rare bird species, and relax on secluded beaches.

5. **Semenggoh Wildlife Centre**: Experience a close encounter with orangutans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, a rehabilitation sanctuary for orphaned and injured orangutans. Witness these intelligent primates in their natural habitat and learn about conservation efforts to protect them.

6. **Culinary Delights**: Indulge in Sarawak’s culinary delights, from flavorful street food to authentic Sarawakian dishes. Don’t miss out on trying local specialties such as Sarawak laksa, kolo mee, and midin fern stir-fry.

7. **Cat Statues**: Keep an eye out for the iconic cat statues scattered throughout Kuching, symbolizing the city’s affectionate nickname. Snap photos with these feline sculptures, each adorned with unique designs and colors.

Kuching’s blend of history, culture, and natural beauty makes it a captivating destination for travelers seeking an authentic Bornean experience. Whether you’re exploring its vibrant streets, trekking through ancient rainforests, or savoring its culinary delights, Kuching is sure to leave a lasting impression.

  • From as low as SGD263*
  • Return Economy Class ticket from Singapore to Kuching via Brunei

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About Kuching, Malaysia

Destination Kuching

The capital of Sarawak, Kuching is the centre of culture, cuisine, heritage and an excellent start to explore Borneo’s rich and colourful nature.


Stroll down Kuching’s lively waterfront overlooking the stunningly iconic Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building, and hop on a boat and go on a historical journey to Fort Margherita, a hilltop fortress built in 1879 which featured the remarkable story of the white rajahs of Sarawak.

Dining & Nightlife

Food in Kuching is perhaps the best way to discover the complex and layered identity of the more than 40 sub-ethnic groups found in Sarawak. A trip to Kuching is not complete without trying out Sarawakian food; especially their famous Sarawak Laksa.

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