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Kuching Attractions

If you are looking for the best of Kuching attractions, this is where you'd find them.  Here I've taken effort to list and explain every attraction in detail. Attractions in Kuching are not only made up of wonderful man made marvels which are unique to Kuching, but also natural wonders that are well. The attractions listed will hopefully help tourist and visitors coming to this lovely land. Explanation include local guide tips, directions, as well as hotels which are closest to these attractions.  I've also made an effort to keep each attraction guide updated. At the bottom part of this section, I've also shared my experiences going to these attractions. If you have tips to share, just leave a comment in the article and I would be glad to add it up! Enjoy reading and checking up all the lovely attractions Kuching has to offer.

Sarawak Museum, Kuching

The Sarawak Museum Campus includes the Sarawak Museum Old Building, Natural History Museum, and Art Museum. Currently, the old museum and the new museum is closed to the public. The old...
Islamic Heritage Museum

Islamic Heritage Museum, Kuching

The Islamic Heritage Museum presents a clear picture of the rich historical heritage and special culture of the Muslim community in Sarawak and throughout the Malay-Indonesian archipelago. Here, exhibits displays...

Sungai Rayu, Matang

Rayu River, or best known locally as Sungai (Sg) Rayu is a less known place just outside of Kuching City which is great to bring families and friends for...

Bako National Park, Kuching

The Bako National Park is one of the oldest national park in Kuching and Sarawak.  It covers the northern tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula, an area of 27 sq...

Sarawak Tourism Complex, Kuching

Formerly known as the Court House Complex, the Sarawak Tourism Complex was built in 1871 as the seat of Sarawak’s government, and was used for this purpose as late...

Fort Sylvia, Kapit

The Fort Sylvia is a historical building located in Kapit town in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. Built in 1880, it was renamed after Rani Sylvia Brooke, wife of Rajah...
Fort Margherita Brooke's Gallery

Fort Margherita Kuching (Booke’s Gallery)

Fort Margherita is a monument of great significance in Kuching. Its history dates back to the Brooke Dynasty and was built in 1879 on a hilltop on the north bank...

Talang-Satang National Park, Sarawak

Talang-Satang National Park is Sarawak’s first marine protected area and it covers an area of 19,414 hectares. It was gazetted in 1999 to enhance marine turtle conservation in Sarawak and...
Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV)

Sarawak Cultural Village, Kuching

The Sarawak Cultural Village is also dubbed the living museum of Sarawak.  It is a must visit for any tourist that comes to Sarawak. The Living Museum spans across 17-acres...
Borneo Samariang Water Park Santubong Tower

Borneo Samariang Water Park, Kuching – All you need to know

The Borneo Samariang Water Park opened it's doors on 31 March 2018 with attractions keenly awaited by Sarawakians. Also known as the Kuching Water Park among locals, the man-made attraction...
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