Kuching is a haven for tourists and is one of the main tourist destinations in Sarawak. In Kuching, you will be able to enjoy various sightseeing activities including visiting museums, wandering the streets of Kuching city and discovering the wonders of Sarawakian nature.
Bako National Park
Bako contains a wide range of vegetation - swamp forest, scrub-like padang vegetation, mangrove forest, dipterocarp forest, delicate cliff vegetation and more.
Borneo Highlands Resort stands at 1,000 metres above sea level and is nestled amongst over 1.5 million year old virgin rainforests, the second oldest tropical rainforests in the world.
Legendary Mount Santubong stands tall at 810m, with famous resort and recreational facilities settled at the fringe of beautiful beaches.
Damai Beach is Kuching's nearest public beach boasting a clean stretch of beautiful sand with unobstructed views out to the South China Sea.
Sarawak Cultural Village
This living museum showcases the heritage of the major racial groups in Sarawak. It is also the site of the annual Rainforest World Music Festival.
Semenggoh Wildlife Centre
Operates as an orang utan orphanage and rehabilitation centre where you can enjoy close encounters with these fascinating creatures.
The Kuching Waterfront is the best place to view the Astana, Fort Margherita, adjacent Malay kampungs of Kampung Sinjan, Kampung Lintang and the newly constructed DUN complex.
Gunung Gading is home to the world's largest flower, the rafflesia, which can grow up to one metre in diameter.
Kampung Pandan otherwise known as Pantai Pandan is another coastal village located between Sematan and Lundu offering beautiful beaches.
Kubah National Park
Kubah National Park is an easy and enjoyable day trip from Kuching. Situated on a small sandstone plateau, this park boasts crystal clear streams and a host of small waterfalls and bathing pools.
The Astana Palace
This majestic building was built by Charles Brooke, the second Rajah, in 1870 as a bridal gift for his wife. A spectacular building which stands out on the high ground across the the river from the city.
Fairy Cave (also known as Gua Pari) is an impressive show cave near the former gold mining settlement of Bau and about 40km from Kuching