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Lorong Temple,
93100 Kuching, Sarawak
P.O. Box A1368,
93824 Kuching, Sarawak.

Tel: +60-082-274666
Fax: +60-082-274777




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Kuching Town

Kuching, Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, Malaysia's largest state, is simply unique. No other city in Malaysia has such a romantic and unlikely history. An no other city in Malaysia displays its charms with such an easy grance. The residents of Kuching (pop. 580,000 approx) enjoy living here, and take great pride in their fascinating city, a pride that is reflected in their attitude towards visitors. It is impossible to really enjoy Kuching from the air conditioned comfort of a tour bus. To make the most of your visit, you must put on your walking shoes, take to the streets (and the water) and join in.

Sibu Town

Sibu, a bustling and rapidly growing town located in the heart of Sarawak. The over 200,000 population comprises of a colourful mix of bumiputeras or ethnic tribes such as the Ibans, Melanaus, Malays and Orang Ulus (highlanders) living in prefect harmony with the various Chinese dialect groups, majority of whom are the Foochows, Hokkiens, Cantonese, Hakkas, Hing Huas and Teochews. A combination of magnificent rainforest scenery, the pleasures and thrills of an upriver journey and the chance of interaction with local longhouse communities, make for an exciting trip. It is not surprising that many people consider travel in the Upper Rejang area to be one of the world's last great adventures.

Miri Town

An established gateway, particularly to Mulu National Park which is an exciting and unique centre for visiting amazing caves, virgin rainforest, rivers and wildlife, Miri is a budding resort area and flourishing oil town on Sarawak's northwestern coast. Miri was just a sleepy little trading village at the mouth of the Miri River until 1910 when the giant Shell Oil company sank its first oil well on Canada Hill.