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Kuching, capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo, is a bustling, diverse city of old colonial buildings and modern towers. Along its Sarawak River waterfront are food vendors, shophouses selling handicrafts and an esplanade with views of 19th-century landmarks


Medan Niaga Satok

Kuching’s biggest and liveliest market has now moved to its spacious new digs 9km west of the city centre. It's open everyday, but the main event is the larger weekend market, which begins around midday on Saturday, when rural folk, some from area longhouses, arrive with their fruits, vegetables, fish and spices.


Museum Sarawak

he Sarawak State Museum is the oldest museum in Borneo. It was founded in 1888 and opened in 1891 in a purpose-built building in Kuching, Sarawak. Naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace encouraged Charles Brooke, the second White Rajah of Sarawak, to establish the museum.



Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of Sarawak River, is THE place to sample the city’s cosmopolitan vibes. During the daytime, it offers scenic views of the Astana, Fort Margherita and the Malay kampungs across the river; but night-time is when it really comes alive! It seems like half of the city is out meeting friends, watching a show, or just shooting the breeze.


Bako National Park

Bako National Park is a national park in Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. Established in 1957, it is the oldest national park in Sarawak. Bako is home to approximately 150 endangered proboscis monkeys, which are endemic to Borneo, and has been called ``the best place to see proboscis monkeys in Sarawak. Bako contains almost every type of plant life found in Borneo,