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Visit Sarawak


A land of adventures, where jungle-dwelling tribes live in riverside longhouses and head hunters used to roam, the state of Sarawak is everything one imagines Borneo to be.

Its ancient rainforests, broad rivers and vast limestone caves have supported human life since prehistoric times. Today, Iban tribes comprise the largest group of Sarawak's two million people and a visit to a traditional longhouse is a major highlight.

Charles Darwin described Sarawak as ‘one great wild, untidy, luxuriant hothouse, made by nature for herself' and although extensive logging has greatly reduced the area of rainforest in recent years, thick greenery still covers around two-thirds of the state.

The wild areas that remain are some of the most species-rich habitats anywhere on the planet.


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Top itineraries in Sarawak

Orangutan, Borneo

Borneo Adventure

16-day tailor-made holiday from £3,275 pp

Spot wild orangutans and proboscis monkeys on rainforest treks and cruise past pygmy elephants on a longboat, all on this comprehensive tour of Malaysian Borneo.

Orangutans in Borneo, Malaysia

Wildlife of Borneo

17-day tailor-made holiday from £4,240 pp

Explore the best of Malaysian Borneo, from an orangutan sanctuary to the wildlife-rich regions of Kinabatangan and the remote Danum Valley.

Where to go in Sarawak

Kelabit Highlands

On the border with the Indonesian province of Kalimantan lies this remote highland region named after one of Sarawak's ethnic groups, the Kelabits, although the Penan and Lun Bawang people also live in the area.

Mulu National Park

‘All sense of time and direction is lost,' said Wexas Honorary President Robin Hanbury-Tenison in his book Mulu: the Rainforest. His words are more than mere hyperbole, for the landscape here - which includes the world's largest limestone cave system - is at least five million years old, and new pl…

Bako National Park

Mangroves, rainforest and beaches are contained within the boundaries of Sarawak's oldest national park, Bako National Park, located on the Muara Tebas Peninsula close to Kuching.


The state capital of Kuching, with its old Chinese shop houses and narrow streets, is an enjoyable starting point for visits to Sarawak.

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