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Wild Sarawak Overview
- 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31
Travel into the wild heart of Malaysian Borneo
Sarawak is one of South-East Asia's best kept secrets. Encounter an orangutan, hike through virgin rainforest in Bako National Park, tour through the vast Mulu cave systems, stay in a traditional longhouse and discover the fascinating culture of this region of Borneo. Follow the Headhunters Trail, wander through Kuching and experience one of the world's truly intrepid adventures.
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The historic home of the infamous White Raja of Sarawak, Kuching is rich in architecture and its waterfront houses a wealth of curio shops and local food markets.
Featuring an amazing diversity of natural landscapes, Bako National Park has rainforest, abundant wildlife, jungle streams, waterfalls, interesting plant life, secluded beaches and trekking trails.
Arguably the most pleasant city in Malaysian Borneo, Kuching offers many Chinese-influenced hawker markets and a delicious range of local seafood.
Rich with local life, the Rajang River is dotted with the traditional longhouses of the friendly Iban people amazing history and culture.
Located on the north bank of the Rejang River, Sibu is a busy trade centre between the coast and hinterland.
One of the most spectacular national parks in Asia, Gunung Mulu National Park is home to an extensive cave system, all set in a steamy jungle.
Running through an isolated area of the Borneo jungles, the infamous Headhunters' Trail was once an historical route taken by warring parties between the Tutoh and Limbang rivers. Sandwiched between the two parts of Brunei, Limbang is small administrative centre with a pleasant atmosphere on the banks of the Limbang River.
Sabah's historic capital, Kota Kinabalu has interesting museums to explore and the surrounding beaches and islands are perfect for swimming or snorkelling.
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