Where to go in Sarawak
List of regions
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.
‘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…
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.