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Hiking the famous Pinnacles, caving the Clearwater & Wind show caves and trekking the trail to Camp 5. Mulu Pinnacles is consist of a series of 45 meters high, razor-sharp limestone spikes that tower above the surrounding vegetation, mid-way up the slopes of Gunung Api.
Enjoy a full day tour from Kuching to enjoy all the highlights of Sarawak that you could miss if you traveled independently. See semi-wild orangutans at Semenggoh Wildlife Centre and explore the 200-year-old Annah Rais Longhouse. Later, kayak through a tranquil rain forest, where you may see hornbills and other wildlife. There’s time for swimming before lunch is served.
This special tour provides the best experience within northeast Sarawak and Brunei. Loads with city and sunset tour, caving, hiking, trekking, river tubing and many other experiences with nature and local culture. "Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime" – Mark Twain
Venture south of Kuching to Semonggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and get an up close look at how dedicated locals and naturalists help to preserve, protect and rehabilitate orangutans that have been injured, orphaned or captured. Watch as these giant primates roam freely and witness rainforest feedings as part of this unique trip, which includes a short trek into the jungle and hotel pick up and drop off.
Taste your way through Kuching on a half-day, culinary tour of the city on foot, river boat, and bicycle. Try Sarawak-style street food throughout the morning, follow the Heritage Trail to local temples, monuments, and back roads, then take a Sampan across the Sarawak River to see the traditional villages at the edge of the water.
Watch for birds, monkeys, and Irrawaddy dolphins as you cruise through the mangroves of Kuching Wetlands National Park on a half-day wildlife excursion from Kuching or Damai. Explore a fascinating estuary and flooded forest that’s home to diverse species of plants and animals, traveling by boat for up-close views. With pickup and drop-off at hotels in Kuching or Damai, this 5-hour tour includes entrance fees and transport, and both morning and afternoon departures are available.
Discover the birthplace of civilization in Southeast Asia on a guided tour of the Niah Caves, located in Sarawak’s Niah National Park. Home to Borneo’s oldest human remains dating back 40,000 years, the park contains one of the largest limestone caves in the world. At this important archaeological site you’ll find cave paintings after a walk in the forest. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport from Miri are provided on this full-day tour.
Experience life in a traditional Sarawak village on this 4-hour tour from Kuching, including hotel pick-up. Learn about Sarawak’s diverse cultural heritage as you enjoy traditional ethnic dances and see demonstrations of handicrafts from bamboo carving to straw weaving. Watch the villagers go about their everyday lives, or get involved and learn how to shoot a Penan blowpipe or play an Orang Ulu sape.
Cruise across the South China Sea from the Bako fishing village to Bako National Park on a 8-hour nature tour. Your professional guide points out the wildlife, including macaques and proboscis monkeys, during a jungle walk. Admire the picturesque rock formations during a boat ride to a beautiful beach where you’ll have time for a swim. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport from Kuching are included on this small-group tour, limited to seven people.
Orangutans and tribal cultures are two of the highlights of any trip to Borneo. Check them both off in one day without touching the wheel on this convenient tour. Start with semi-wild orangutans at Semenggoh Nature Reserve, a rehabilitation facility that helps orphaned and rescued primates return to the wild. Then witness the traditional arts, crafts, and dances of Sarawak’s seven main ethnic groups at Sarawak Cultural Village.
When your time in Kuching comes to an end, reduce the stress of getting to the airport with a convenient and cost-effective departure transfer. You'll travel directly from your accommodation to Kuching International Airport in air-conditioned comfort, and skip the expense of private taxis. Plus, transfers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so it doesn't matter what time your flight departs.
Macaques, wild boars, flying lemurs, monitor lizards, and Borneo's signature long-nose proboscis monkeys can all be seen very close to Kuching. Seek them out in environments from mangroves to cliffs on this day trip to Bako National Park, just 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Kuching but off the public transport map. Besides hotel transfers, boat, and entrance fees, this small-group tour includes a local lunch.
When you arrive at Kuching International Airport, skip the stress of navigating unfamiliar public transport systems with a shared arrival transfer, a convenient and cost-effective method of getting to your Kuching accommodation. A driver greets you in arrivals and transports you directly to your hotel in air-conditioned comfort, leaving you free to relax and enjoy the start of your Borneo vacation.
Visit Semenggoh Orangutan Centre, a wildlife centre dedicated to rehabilitating orangutans, on a half-day tour from Kuching. Alongside your guide, you’ll embark on a short hike through the rain forest in order to watch the semi-wild orangutans at feeding time. Learn about the 20 orangutans who live in the surrounding forest, many whom arrived injured or orphaned, and admire the surrounding fauna. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Discover the sights, sounds, and scents of the rainforest at night on this guided walking tour of Kubah National Park. Search for over 60 species of frogs—of all colors, shapes, and sizes—that live in the park in jungle streams, ponds, and more. Along the way, see carnivorous pitcher plants and a wealth of aquatic life. Your tour includes door-to-door round-trip transfers.
Get up close to Malaysia’s native Orangutans, then take a walk on the wild side on this 6.5-hour tour of the Kubah National Park from Kuching, including lunch. Start with a visit to the Matang Wildlife Center, where you’ll also have chance to spot sun bears, bear cats, porcupines and crocodiles, and learn more about the center’s preservation and rehabilitation efforts. Next, enjoy a short hike through the lush rainforest of the Kubah National Park, stopping to admire jungle waterfalls, rare orchids and colorful birds along the way.
See the very best of Kuching, even on a time budget, during a 2-day tour that reveals Sarawak's highlights. Without the stress of organizing transportation, activities, accommodation, and meals yourself, you'll tick off Kuching highlights such as Semenggoh Nature Reserve and go kayaking through the rain forest in order to increase your chances of spotting wildlife. Plus, convenient hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
From the flicker of fireflies in the mangroves to fat-bellied, long-nosed proboscis monkeys swinging through the trees, the Santubong River has a special kind of magic. Discover it on an evening boat cruise with transfers from Kuching—in a group capped at just eight travelers. Wildlife sightings aren’t guaranteed, but other possible spots run from the rare Irrawaddy river dolphins through to primates, sea eagles, and kingfishers.
Be won over by Kuching’s natural charms on this 3-hour tour of Sarawak’s cultural capital, including hotel pick-up. Lose yourself in the maze-like alleys of Old Kuching, practice your haggling skills at the bustling Central Markets and pay a visit to the fascinating Sarawak Museum. This comprehensive tour also includes many of the city’s most famous landmarks, like the Cat Statue, Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple, the State Mosque and the Astana.
Visit Gunung Gading National Park on a full-day nature tour from Kuching city, with a jungle trek to search for the parasitic rafflesia, among the world's largest flowers. You’ll hike past scenic waterfalls, following trails lined with thick foliage, with time to swim in a chilly forest pool. This full-day national park tour includes pickup and drop-off at Kuching city hotels and entrance fees, and it’s the perfect way to explore Borneo’s spectacular wilderness.
Enjoy a deeper Malaysian experience with this tour that takes you beyond the urban landscape. Enter the wild Borneo hills for a massive day of kayaking, mountain biking and cave exploration. Get amongst forests and rivers without worrying about food or equipment—we sort everything out for you. Be prepared for a unique adventure.
Journey through many of Kuching’s highlights on this intimate, family-friendly tour. An ideal introduction to the city with something for everyone, whether you’re interested in culture, history, landmarks or discovering local life. Stroll through the maze-like alleys of Old Kuching, haggle at central markets and visit Sarawak Museum. See the Kuching Waterfront Esplanade with its ornate temples, historic buildings and traditional houses selling handmade crafts.
Start your vacation as soon as you land with a pre-arranged private arrival transfer from Kuching International Airport to your Kuching or Damai Beach hotel. Your driver will meet you on arrival, help with your luggage and drive you to your destination in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan. There’s no need to worry about inconvenient flight times or delays, either – transfers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With a 2-night trip to Gunung Mulu National Park, you can explore the world’s largest cave passage, spot enormous bat colonies, follow the shadowy river that flows through Clearwater Cave, and meet Penan people in a forest settlement. Spending two nights at Mulu means you’ll have time to experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site at its most pristine, watching for wildlife at dawn and dusk when animals are most active. This 2-night adventure includes accommodations and some meals, as well as round-trip transport to the park from the Mulu Airport.