Sarawak has a multitude of things to see and do, not least a lengthy and rugged jungle lined coast that has some incredible beaches.
Additionally, Sarawak has 15 ‘Totally Protected Areas’ (TPA), four wildlife sanctuaries and five nature reserves.
There are also 18 national parks including Mulu, Bako, Niah, Lambir Hills and Similajau
Niah National Park is the most historic park, with archaeologists having discovered the earliest dated modern skull in Asia in the world-famous Niah caves, whilst Mulu National Park is where visitors can find Gunung Mulu, a magnificent 2,377 meter high sandstone mountain, as well as vast caverns of limestone caves.
The city of Kuching and its vicinity have several recreational areas such as Stutong Park, Wind Caves and Fairy Caves and orangutan wildlife rehabilitation centres at Semengok and Matang. Visitors who are interested in Sarawak's history and cultural heritage can visit the Sarawak Museum, the Cultural Village at Damai or follow the Heritage Trail through the centre of Kuching.
Visit the Sarawak Tourism website for more information on places of interests and attractions