Kuching’s favorite meeting point and family area.  The Kuching Waterfront never grows old among locals, and tourist love it as you can see them lazying around easily on the benches.  Kuching City’s best moments are normally captured from this waterfront, and if you are lucky, you’d get to experience one of the best sunsets ever!  A family oriented waterfront which is the pride of Kuching City.


Kuching’s Main Bazaar is diveded into two with Carpenter Street better known as China Town, and India Street.  This place is good to outsource souvenirs, handicraft and that ‘I love Kuching’ T-shirt at cheap prices.  Along carpenter street, you’d find locally popular coffee shops.  A part from that, photo enthusiast will love Kuching’s Main Bazaar because it’s actually a collection of old colonial era shop-houses, and this would make an excellent subject for street photography.


The Living Museum as it is dubbed is Sarawak’s crown jewel in tourism as it won numerous awards around the globe.  If you have limited time in Sarawak, this is the place you’d want to go because it highlights almost everything regarding the Sarawakian culture.  Apart from that, the Sarawak Cultural Village is home to Malaysia’s best music fest, the Rainforest World Music Festival.


This is the closest place to get a glimpse of the Orang Utans.  This sanctuary holds these primates under close watch of the park rangers, ensuring them freedom, while at the same time keeping them safe from poachers and extinction.  You can also experience a feel of the Sarawak prime rainforest here, plus enjoy viewing some other animals sustained in this park.