Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia, occupying the north-western coastline of Borneo. Known as the Land of the Hornbills, Sarawak is home to thick jungles, countless raging rivers, and exotic wildlife. Home to some of the country’s best-known national parks such as the Gunung Mulu National Park and Bako (the state’s oldest national park), visitors of all ages can enjoy a multitude of nature activities such as camping, hiking, caving, kayaking, snorkelling, and scuba diving. Also, be sure to visit Malaysia’s unofficial mascot, the orang utans, at the Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
You’ll also be spoilt for choice when looking for a place to stay in Sarawak, which range from budget inns to upmarket resorts. With an unparalleled wealth of expansive rainforests, massive caves, fast-flowing rivers, as well as countless flora and fauna, Sarawak is a powerful force of nature in the minds and eyes of visitors.