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To learn more about the city's history, visit the Sarawak Museum, Malaysia's oldest museum. Located inside a massive Victorian-era building, the museum houses an extensive collection of historical artifacts and artifacts related to the tribal life of Malaysian communities dating back over 2,000 years. Original tribal weapons, human skulls and statuettes adorn the museum's interior.


Things to do and see - Kuching

Learn about the region's rich history, culture, and heritage
Sarawak Museum
Go to a haven for nature enthusiasts, and hike through rainforests
Bako National Park
20 km
30 min
Enter a must-visit quirky and fun museum for cat lovers
Cat Museum
Get introduced to the local culture and lifestyle at a living museum
Sarawak Cultural Village
Escape to nature for a day and enjoy hiking trails
Kubah National Park
25 km
40 min
Relax and appreciate the stunning beauty of orchids
Dewan Bandaraya Kuching Utara Orchid Garden
Observe orangutans at an orangutan sanctuary and nature reserve
Semenggoh Wildlife Centre
20 km
30 min
Sample the city's cosmopolitan vibes, and enjoy scenic views
Kuching Waterfront
Visit one of the city's most recognizable landmarks
Kuching City Mosque
Explore Sarawak’s unique traditional crafts and rich cultural heritage
Borneo Cultures Museum
Have a relaxing day by the sea at some of Lundu's beaches
85 km
80 min
Enjoy a unique underground experience with limestone formations
Fairy Caves
40 km
50 min

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Events - Kuching

Gawai Dayak
Gawai Dayak is a festival that celebrates the harvest and the Dayak culture. It is held on June 1 every year, but the celebrations often last for several days. The festival features traditional dances, music, and food.
Kuching, Malaysia

Rainforest World Music Festival
Rainforest World Music Festival is a world-renowned festival that celebrates the diversity of traditional music from around the world. The festival features over 100 artists from over 20 countries, and it is held in the beautiful Sarawak Cultural Village.
Kuching, Malaysia

Kuching Festival
Kuching Festival takes is a month-long festival that celebrates the culture and heritage of Kuching. The festival features a variety of events, including cultural performances, food festivals, and sporting events.
Kuching, Malaysia

Monsoon Cup
Monsoon Cup is a kite festival that is held in Kuching every year in November. The festival features kites from all over the world, and it is a great opportunity to see some amazing kites.
Kuching, Malaysia

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