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Sarawak Damai Beach Orang Utan River Cruises Crafts The Great Cat of Kuching Traditional Fishing Land of the Hornbills Niah National Park Experience the awe of standing at the archaeological site of 40,000 year-old human remains in this park. Similajau National Park A bird-watchers’ paradise, enthusiasts can see some 185 species of birds and 24 species of mammals. Lucky visitors may spot dolphins and turtles in the sea. Lambir Hills National Park The park is home to an incredible diversity of
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  17th Floor, Menara Dato’ Onn, Putra World Trade Centre45, Jalan Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel : 603-2615 8188 ã Fax : 603-2693 5884 / 0207 Tourism Inoline (within Malaysia) : 1 300 88 5050E-mail : enquiries@tourism.gov.myWebsite : www.tourismmalaysia.gov.mye-Portal : www.virtualmalaysia.com  Tourism Malaysia Sarawak   Tel: 6082-246 575 / 775 Orang UtanRiver Cruises Sarawak  Land of the Hornbills  Damai Beach The Great Cat of KuchingTraditional FishingCrafts Niah National Park  Experience the awe o standing at thearchaeological site o 40,000 year-old human remains in this park. Similajau National Park   A bird-watchers’ paradise, enthusiasts can seesome 185 species o birds and 24 species o mammals. Lucky visitorsmay spot dolphins and turtles in the sea. Lambir Hills National Park  The park is home to an incredible diversity o plants, trees and insects, some that are yet to be identifed. Loagan Bunut National Park   A natural marvel here is its large naturallake that is said to dry up and disappear during dry seasons. The Talangand Satang Island National Parks are turtle sanctuaries while Batang AiNational Park oers more jungle adventure. Longhouse Visits  Go on a river saari to visit the indigenouscommunities who live in longhouses along the Lemanak, Rejang,Skrang and Batang Ai Rivers. Watch how crats are made or join in thecultural dances. Golfng Enjoy a round o gol in a pristine rainorest setting. Major gol resorts in Sarawak are situated in Kuching, Damai, Padawan, Miri, Sibuand Bintulu. Diving  Diving enthusiasts should not miss a trip to Miri, to explore oneo the richest rees in Malaysia. Belais Ree and Luconia Shoals areamong the popular dive sites in the South China Sea. Bario Lying at an elevation o 1,000m, Bario in Kelabit Highlands ishome to the Kelabit people, touted to be among Borneo’s best armers.Visitors will be awed by their culture and liestyle. Getting There  Kuching International Airport is the main entry point into the state.Sarawak is easily accessible by requent short-haul ights rom theKuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Peninsular Malaysia.Visitors can also y in rom the Kota Kinabalu International Airport inSabah as well as other major cities in Malaysia. Useful Contacts   Tourist Police Unit Tel: 6082-250 522Kuching Visitors’ Inormation Centre Tel: 6082-410 944/2Miri Visitors’ Inormation Centre Tel: 6085-434 181Sibu Visitors’ Inormation Centre Tel: 6084-340 980 Your Free Copy  Tracking In Illegal Drugs Carries The Death PenaltyVMY2007 SAR (Eng)/IH/PPNovember 2006  SARAWAK SABAHPERAK KELANTANPAHANGNEGERISEMBILANMELAKAJOHORSELANGORPENANGKEDAH TERENGGANUPERLIS Malaysia Welcomes The World SOUTH CHINA SEAMiriBintuluMuluLimbangNiahSemenggohWildlifeCentreTanjung DatuNational Park GunungGadingNationalPark Batang AiNationalPark ã Mulu National Park ãGunung MuluNiah NationalPark LambirHillsNational Park SarikeiMukahBako NationalPark DamaiTalang SatangNational Park MatangKubahNationalPark SriAmanKotaSamarahanPadawanMatangWildlifeCentreSarawakCulturalVillageSantubong KUCHING Kuching WaterfrontTraditional AttirePua Kumbu TextileSunday MarketMulu National Park  Welcome to Sarawak  Situated in Malaysian Borneo, Sarawak is the largest state in the country. Itscolourul history under the rule o the White Rajahs, rich tapestry o culturesand superb natural attractions make it a mesmerising holiday destination.Many heritage buildings in Kuching, the capital city, refect its rich past. Aneco-adventure land, Sarawak is great or trekking, caving, mountainclimbing, kayaking, biking, rating and diving. The state has a wide range o accommodation to suit all budgets andpreerences. There are international-standard beach resorts, jungle resorts,star-rated hotels as well as longhouse-style resorts. Budget accommodationis widely available. Take your pick rom the variety o cuisine, rom localdelicacies to Continental are. Places of Interest   Kuching Waterfront  This 900m long esplanade, with landscapedsurroundings and eateries, is a popular place or locals and oreigners alike.Places o interest here are The Square Tower, Sarawak Steamship Buildingand Chinese History Museum. A nearby attraction is the ornate Tua Pek Kong Temple, reputed to be the oldest in the city.  Main Bazaar This is the oldest street in the city. The shophouses here enjoyimmense popularity or the bewildering variety o items, rom ethnic crats,textiles to bamboo mats and pottery. Take home exquisite souvenirs o yourvisit! Sarawak Museum Sarawak Museum is hailed as one o the nest inSoutheast Asia. The Old Wing, designed in the style o a Normandy townhouse, houses an exceptional ethnographic collection. Within the groundsare an Aquarium, Botanical Gardens and Heroes’ Memorial. Sarawak Cultural Village An award-winning attraction, Sarawak CulturalVillage showcases the diverse liestyles o the state’s ethnic groups. Visit theauthentic dwellings and view their crats, household items and musicalinstruments. The lively cultural perormance is a major highlight here.Sarawak Cultural Village is the venue o the annual Rainorest World MusicFestival. Semenggoh Wildlife Centre Enjoy the amazing experience o standing closeto orang utans in their natural habitat. Watch them swing graceully as theymake their way here during the eeding times. Other attractions include anarboretum, ernery, botanical garden and ruit orchard. Matang WildlieCentre provides the opportunity to view animals in enclosures. Cat Museum Welcome to a world dedicated to cats! Touted to be the world’srst, the Cat Museum pays tribute to these adorable elines with a range o exhibits, photos, statues and souvenirs. Kucing means ‘cat’ in Malay. Damai Beach Damai Beach is a major vacation spot, with some o the state’sbest beach resorts. Enjoy a wide range o water sports activities at theresorts. Tours can be arranged to see the rare Irrawaddy dolphin. Otherpopular beaches include Siar, Sematan, Penyok, Bandung in Kuching as wellas Luak Bay and Hawaii Beach in Miri. The National Parks o Bako, Similajauand Tanjung Datu also boast beautiul beaches.  Textiles and Crafts  Take a mesmerising journey to explore Sarawak’s textilesand crats. The Textile Museum and Pua Kumbu Museum are themedattractions showcasing Sarawak’s handwoven abrics. More textiles andother handicrats can be seen at Sarakra Pavillion and Sarawak HandicratCentre. Sunday Market in Satok  Browse through a prousion o goods romhandicrats, fowers, local snacks to traditional delicacies. The bustlingatmosphere and colourul cornucopia o things makes a trip here enjoyable. Bako National Park  Sarawak has many national parks, each teeming with awealth o fora and auna. Bako National Park is the state’s oldest, and hometo the rare long-nosed proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques andvarious other animals. It serves as an excellent introduction to the rainorest. Kubah National Park  The world’s largest collection o palm trees, rare ernsand wild orchids are the main attractions here. The enclave is urtherenriched with wateralls and crystal-clear rivers. It is a avourite location orday trips. Gunung Gading National Park  Beautiul cascading wateralls, rare oliageand a chance to see Raesia, the world’s largest fower, are the highlightshere. Mulu National Park  This UNESCO World Heritage Site oers spectacularattractions. Gunung Mulu has the world’s largest cave chamber and theworld’s most extensive cave system with razor sharp limestone pinnacles.  Tanjung Datu National Park  Breathtaking vistas o rolling hills and watersteeming with corals are remarkable attractions here. Adventurous visitorscan head to the nearby Telok Melano village or a delightul homestayexperience. BarioSibuKapitLong SeridanSimilajauNational Park LoaganBunutNational Park    S    t   r   a  i    t   s   o  f    M    a  l    a  c   c   a   MALAYSIA South China Sea BruneiDarussalamSingaporeIndonesia ThailandCambodiaVietnam Kuala Lumpur MyanmarLaosPhilippines Kuala LumpurPutrajayaLabuan FederalTerritoryStateCapitalTownPlaceofInterestRoad ãKuchingWaterfrontãTuaPek Kong TempleãSarawakMuseumãMain Bazaarã Cat Museumã Textile MuseumãPuaKumbu MuseumãSarakrafPavilionãSarawakHandicraftCentre *Mapnotdrawn to scale

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