Let's start our journey..
Let's start our adventure..
Sarawak, a plethora of culture, adventure, nature, food, and festivals (CANFF) that is not found anywhere else in the world, and ready to be discovered.
Welcome to the land of the hornbills! Sarawak is located on the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world, north of the Equator. With its beautiful blue skies and tropical breezes you can bathe in the sandy beaches and palm-fringed state of Sarawak. Tropical showers cool the land with heavier rainfalls during the monsoon months from November to March. We hope you enjoy your stay in our vast wild home.
(Capital of Sarawak) Kuching means "cat" in Malay. Like its name, this incredible city has its grace and subtlety on its own. A capital for cat lovers, the world's first cat museum can be found here.
Cultural Traditions & Rainforest Experiences. Batang Ai is a special place where visitors can both experience the Borneo rainforest and learn about Iban cultural traditions.
Located at the heart of Sarawak, Sibu is a holiday destination for culture, adventure and nature.
Miri is rapidly becoming Sarawak's most popular tourist destination. As a resort city, Miri offers a wide range of accommodation from international class hotels to budget inns, good beaches and dozens of lively restaurants, pubs and bars.
Mulu - 60 Million Years in the Making.
The story of Mulu started so long ago, in a time span that is difficult for us humans to grasp - 40 million years ago - and to make it even more intriguing, the Mulu story began deep under the sea.
Asian, Latin, contemporary, Caribbean, and all that jazz. This genre finds its way to the northern most city in Sarawak for an outdoor international festival for the easy going people of Miri.
A 3-day music festival that celebrates the diversity of world music in an exhilarating rainforest. It is indeed music with nature. Enjoy the sweet sounds of nature and ethnic music from talented musicians. Performers and fans flock from around the world to participate in musical workshops and enjoy evening concerts.
Kaul is a traditional festival celebrated by the Melanau community living along the coast of Central Sarawak region. The festival is a ritual of purification and thanks giving to the spirit of the sea as well as one of the propitiations for good fortune.