Sarawak is situated on the Northwest coast of Borneo, home
of the world's oldest rainforest. Bordered by Indonesian
Kalimantan in the south and Brunei and Sabah in the north,
Sarawak is the largest state in the federation of Malaysia.
With its network of
national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, its ethnic diversity
and rich cultural heritage and its enormous scope for
nature-based recreational activities, Sarawak is the perfect
destination for anyone with an interest in Nature, Culture, or
Kuching Leisure Package
detailed map of Sarawak
Kuching, the state capital, is one of the most surprising
and interesting cities in Southeast Asia. With its romantic
and unlikely history, its rich and varied architectural
heritage, and the relaxed hospitality of its charming
citizens, Kuching is far more than just a jumping-off point
for Sarawak's interior.
MIRI AND NORTHEAST SARAWAK
Miri is a bustling oil town and commercial centre, and the
major entry point for Northeast Sarawak. This area is home to
many of the state's most interesting attractions, offering the
adventurous traveler some of the most fascinating sights in
Sarawak. Miri is connected byair and road to all of Sarawak's
major towns, and is half a day's drive or a 40-minute flight
from Brunei. Other air links include Kuala Lumpur and Kota
Kinabalu. The town has a wide range of accommodation catering
to luxury and budget travelers, some decent beaches nearby,
and dozens of good restaurants, pubs and bars.
Sibu, the second largest town in Sarawak and the main
commercial centre and port of the whole Rejang Basin. Sibu is
a thriving modern city dominated byits crowded waterfront.
The town's wealth is largely due to the enterprising and hard
working Foochow Chinese, who form most of Sibu's population.
The place has a raw, lively feel and still retains some of the
characteristics of a frontier town.
The state of Sarawak,
with a rich a varied history, is now poised to enter into an
era of vibrant and explosive growth. Inspired bythis rapid
development, the state's second largest township, Sibu, is
slated to achieve city status bythe year 2005. Easily
accessible byland, sea and air, Sibu is already the regional
commercial centre in the Rajang Basin. Sibu is home to
Sarawak's biggest names in timber, banking, finance and
shipping. The vision of a dynamic Sibu City will be realised bythe massive commercial, industrial and housing development
we call Sibu Jaya - The Premier Park Township