Home to an incredible range of tropical bio-diversity, Sarawak is the place where you can get all of mother nature's glory in one place. From its beautifully untouched pristine beaches to its unchartered and mystical wildlife, Sarawak offers you a nature package that is more than just a destination. It's an experience.
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Bakelalan (formerly Ba'Kelalan) is the most important of the Lun Bawang settlements in the northern highlands. The village is famous for its apples and organic vegetables, and for the local musicians and their 'bamboo bands'. The village is connected to Lawas and Miri by air, and it is also ...

Location: Limbang

A National Park since 1957, Bako offers the perfect introduction to Sarawak's forests and wildlife. The park covers the northern tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula, an area of 27 sq km.  Despite its seemingly small size, Bako contains a wide range of vegetation - swamp forest, scrub-like padang vegetation, ...

Location: Kuching

Mountaineers can tackle Gunung Murud (2,424m, reasonable going) or the famous Batu Lawi (2,043m, very tough) located within the Kelabit Highlands area. However, these are both serious expeditions and guides and porters will need to be hired (RM 80 per day) in Bario or Bakelalan. For Batu Lawi, mountaineering equipment ...

Location: Miri

The lake the size of Singapore formed as a result of the Bakun dam has become another outstanding tourism destination within Sarawak. The vast expanse of the lake offers a picturesque landscape as myriad as the legends of the area. The floating house-stay (locally known as ‘Jelatong’) product is curently ...

Location: Bintulu

BirdLife International has designated 22 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in Sarawak, the highest number for any state in Malaysia.

A total of 664 species both resident and migratory birds have been recorded in Borneo which including 52 endemic species and 143 endemic sub-species.

Sarawak hosts more than 47 Borneo endemic species where ...

Location: Sarawak

Borneo Highlands is where the Borneo Highlands Resort and the Hornbill Golf & Jungle Club located. The challenging 18-hole golf course winds its way around the natural features of the highland plateau whilst the Jungle Spa offers herbal treatments and traditional massages. About 70km from Kuching, this hill ...

Location: Kuching

Brighton Beach, also known as Tanjung Lobang, is an ideal spot for watching the sunset. The city's oldest recreational park, it is still popular with joggers, anglers, Tai Chi enthusiasts and children. Two small, beautiful piers here extend out to the ocean and offer excellent views of the coastline and ...

Location: Miri

About 1 hour drive from Miri and situated near Kampung Bungai in Bekenu is Bungai Beach. Bungai Beach is popular with beachgoers who appreciate its pristine beach, clear waters, and the beauty of the untouched surroundings. Its relatively secluded and a great spot to get away from the hustle and ...

Location: Miri

Miri is a popular dive destination due to an abundance of pristine patch reefs. The Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park, lying at depths ranging from 7 to 30 metres has an average visibility of 10 to 30 metres. There are also some interesting wreck dives. The nearest dive site is ...

Location: Miri

Mention caving in Sarawak and most will think of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Gunung Mulu National Park in Miri. But Kuching offers something different.

There are well over two hundred cave entrances in the Kuching area and some one hundred of these (and counting) have been explored.  ...

Location: Kuching
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