Sarawak is well known for its rich historical fairy tales that has been passed down by generations throughout Malaysian history. Complete your trip with an educational escapade as you take into the sights of museums, places of heritage and learn about Sarawak's wildlife and endangered species. Be ready to get your thinking caps on and just dive into Sarawak's colourful history.
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Amateur geologists will be fascinated by the Airport Road Outcrop, a raised outcrop of layered laterite and other soft rocks that clearly illustrate how the surrounding land was formed and how Miri rose from the sea over the last 10-15 million years.
Location: Miri

Annah Rais Longhouse is a Bidayuh settlement about 100km south of Kuching, at the foothill of Borneo Highlands near the mountains marking the border to Kalimantan. Other than the authentic longhouse experience, it is also famous for the hot springs nearby.

Location: Kuching

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
Canada Hill is a limestone ridge overlooking the town and offering excellent views of Miri and the surrounding area. The historical Oil Well No. 1, known as the "Grand Old Lady", is situated on top of Canada Hill. It was here that oil was first struck by Sarawak Shell in ...
Location: Miri

The futuristic umbrella-shaped Civic Centre tower offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Kuching and the surroundings. The city and its hinterland, Mount Serapi, Mount Santubong and even the mountains of Kalimantan are visible on a clear day. It also houses the Sultan Iskandar Planetarium.

The Sultan Iskandar Planetarium, with the white-domed ...

Location: Kuching  |  Admission Fee: RM RM2.00

Gunung Mulu is Sarawak's largest national park (544 sq km), and also Malaysia's first World Heritage Area, a status it was awarded in 2000. It is most famous for its limestone cave systems, including the world's largest natural chamber (the Sarawak Chamber), the world's largest cave passage (Deer Cave) and ...

Location: Miri

Situated at 18 Miles (29km) Kuching/ Serian Highway, a 20 minute leisure drive from Kuching Town, the capital of Sarawak, Land of Hornbills, boasts one of the largest and the only crocodile breeding farm in the country.

Set amidst the charming backdrop of tall tropical trees, lush ...

Location: Kuching

Located just 15 km from Kuching and approximately 5 km from Damai Beach, the Kuching Wetlands National Park covers an area of 6,610 hectares on the estuarine reaches of the Sibu Laut and Salak rivers. The park is mostly comprised of a saline mangrove system that includes an extensive network ...

Location: Kuching

Lambir Hills National Park is probably the world's most complex and diverse forest ecosystem. Its 6,952 hectares of lowland dipterocarp and heath forests rise to a height of 450m and produce the greatest known level of plant biodiversity on the planet. This provides a home for 237 different species of ...

Location: Miri

Lau King Home came to Sibu in 1915 to help further develop the rubber plantation activities here in Malaysia. He was a very committed man and saw the great medical needs of the people of Sibu and thus went and consult the Rajah about setting up funds for a hospital ...

Location: Sibu
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