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Most Sarawak hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia, with a land mass that is nearly equal to the entire Malaysian Peninsula. Located on the western side of the island of Borneo, Sarawak offers what many consider to be the quintessential Borneo experience. Try local cuisine, learn about the area’s cultural history and explore numerous untamed pockets where it seems as if time has stood still for hundreds of years.
Visit a rumah panjai (traditional longhouse) still inhabited by the indigenous Iban people. These warriors were once known as Borneo’s most fearsome headhunters, but visitors needn’t worry as the practice has now died out. Learn about their fascinating culture when you visit the Sarawak Cultural Village. This also hosts the popular Rainbow World Music Festival in July, featuring international and local musicians.
Sarawak is a paradise for trekkers. Explore the mountainous trails of the Kelabit Highlands or take the routes through dense mangroves in the Bako National Park. Discover the natural wonders of the Gunung Mulu National Park, which contains some of the largest caves in the world. Take a longboat ride along the river or try the Mulu Canopy Skywalk and walk through vines and ferns high above the forest floor.
Kuching is the state capital and a good place to base your travels, with flights from Kuala Lumpur landing in Kuching International Airport. It is advisable to take internal flights within Sarawak as well, as the roads are still largely undeveloped.
Be sure to sample some traditional dishes during your stay. Umai, raw fish cured with lime and spices, and manok pansoh, chicken cooked in bamboo, are two of the most well-known local specialties.
The hot and humid climate is a constant year-round, but you can expect more rainfall from November to February during the wet season. Come prepared for hot weather, untamed wilderness and an experience like you’ve never had before and your trip to Sarawak will be one that you will remember for life.
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A: The following major airport terminals operate many of the flights to and from Sarawak:
A: Most travellers book hotels in Sarawak. However, there are lots of other options. Hostels, guest houses and apartments are also readily available.
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A: If you're visiting Miri, there are tons of things to choose from. Crocodile Farm, Niah Caves and Co Co Dive definitely deserve a place on your travel itinerary.
Wong Nai Siong Garden, Lau King Howe Memorial Museum and Farley Sibu Mall are well worth taking a look at if Sibu is where you'll be spending most of your time.
And if your final destination is in Bintulu, we'd recommend exploring Taman Tumbina Bintulu, Similajau National Park and Tua Pek Kong.
The hotel near to town, opposite got a lot of shop and room clean
Amazing hotel, great service, excellent food. Its everything advertised and more. Very hospitable with no complications at all.
Overall experience is very good, comfortable bed and room is spacious. Would be nice if the bathroom is refurbished as it is quite old
Great staff Steve went out of his way to make my trip enjoyable happened to be here when the travel restrictions were put in place and staff was very helpful in explaining what was going on
It's near to Merdeka Mall, near to the Kuching Waterfront, and shops are scattered nearby. So very convenient for me as they're just walking distance. Easy to go on foort
Pleasant stay. Felt comfortable and safe as a solo traveller. Food: good choice of local and international dishes. Staff very helpful and attentive. Room a little tired around the edges.
Nice place to getaway from the city. Not much things to do around the hotel. A place to go to if you like to chill and relax. Weather is generally cool. There is only a vegetarian restaurant serving buffet lunch/dinner at a fixed price and no other food options and no convenient store too.