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6 Nights Impression of Sarawak

Destinations Covered

Day 1 Arrival in Kuching

On arrival at Kuching International Airport, you will be met by our representative and assisted to the designated coach/car booked for you.

Transfer and check-in at selected hotel.

Kuching, capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak on Borneo, is a bustling, diverse city of old colonial buildings and modern towers. Divided by the Sarawak River, the South is a commercial residential area dominated by the Chinese, while the North shore is predominantly Malay in character, with old kampong houses lining the river. The two parts of the city are very different in character. Kuching is the most populated city in the entire Sarawak. While the Bruneian Empire was in power, Kuching was the third capital. Only after Kuching was handed over to James Brooke did it become the capital of Sarawak.

In the afternoon, take a guided sightseeing tour of Kuching City.

Kuching is, without a doubt, one of the most interesting and pleasant cities in Borneo. This comprehensive tour will take in all her sights. Drive past the old Colonial Law Courts, the majestic Clock Tower constructed in 1883, and the Monument of the White Rajahs, which is a memorial to Charles Brooke: the white rajah who ruled Sarawak.

Visit Tua Pek Kong, a magnificent old Chinese temple. Stop at the Civic Centre and go up to the Viewing Platform for a panoramic view of Kuching, then make a photo stop at the famous Kuching Waterfront. See a view from the waterfront of the Astana, a shingled roof palace on the Northern bank of the Sarawak River. Pass by the Cat Monument, Malay Villages, the Old State Mosque, the Main Bazaar and the Wet Market. Finally, visit the Sarawak Museum, one of the most renowned anthropological museums in the world.


  • The Sarawak Museum is closed on the first day of every festive season.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2 Kuching – Batang AI Resort (250km/4hrs 20min)

Post breakfast, check-out and depart for a 2 Nights and 3 Days Deluxe Batang AI Tour from Kuching by air-conditioned van/coach, passing through a scenic countryside with beautiful towns, villages, paddy fields, pepper and palm-oil plantations, as well as secondary and virgin jungle.

Stop for lunch at Lachau, a small town on the way.

On arrival at the Abai River Jetty, board a boat and cross the Abai Lake in a 30minute boat ride.

Check-in at Aiman Batang Ai Resort

Dinner and overnight at Aiman Batang Ai Resort.


  • If arrival at Resort is before 16:00 hrs and the weather permits, then a nature walk can be arranged.

Day 3 In Aiman Batang Ai Resort

Post breakfast, depart for Mengkak Longhouse by motorized native longboat. The journey will take you across the lake into the Engkari River, one of the many tributaries flowing into the lake. The journey will take approximately 30minutes, after which you’ll reach a Mengkak longhouse nestled on a hill beside the river.

Enjoy a short cultural performance by the inhabitants of the longhouse, followed by a blow-pipe demonstration.

After lunch, free day, until your return back to the resort via the same route, for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4 Aiman Batang AI Resort to Kuching (250km/4hrs 20min)

Post breakfast, check-out and depart for Kuching via the same route as your arrival.

Stop for lunch at a small roadside town, before continuing your journey to Kuching.

On arrival, check-in at selected hotel.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5 Kuching – Mulu (2hrs flight)

Post breakfast, free morning till check-out, then transfer to the Airport for your short flight to Mulu.

On arrival at Mulu Airport, you will be met by our representative and assisted to the designated coach/car booked for you.

Mulu National Park, in Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses caves and karst formations in a mountainous, equatorial rainforest setting. The park is famous for its caves and the expeditions that have been mounted to explore them and the surrounding rainforest. It’s a breath-taking natural wonder, containing a number of record-breaking caves. With the world’s largest cave passage (Deer Cave), the world’s largest natural chamber (Sarawak Chamber), and the longest cave in Southeast Asia (Clearwater Cave), it is not surprising that Mulu is now world-famous. Over 200 km of cave passages have been surveyed, but this is thought to represent just 30-40% of the actual total.

Transfer and check-in at selected resort.

In the afternoon, transfer to Park Headquarters for a leisurely 45-minute trek along the elevated plank; walk through peat swamps, alluvial flats and limestone outcrops to Lang's Cave, the largest cave passage in the world, adjoining Deer Cave.

Lang’s cave is the most impressive of the show caves. Proceed to Deer Cave to view “Lincolns’ Profile”. Bat guano – a fertile and pungent powder – covers the entire floor of the cave. At dusk, weather permitting, enjoy the spectacle of tens of thousands of free-tailed bats emerging from the cave in formation to forage for insects, against the changing backdrop of the evening sky.

Experience night trekking back to Park Headquarters, before being transferred back to the resort.

Dinner and overnight stay at the resort.

Day 6 In Mulu

Post breakfast, journey by longboat to Wind cave, which is famed for its impressive caverns and unusual limestone formations. Explore the King's Room to see stalagmites and stalactites resembling polished chandeliers and candlesticks, before proceeding to Clearwater Cave, the longest cave passage in South East Asia, and the tenth longest in the world.

Enjoy a picnic lunch and swim in the clear waters of the pool, which have been purified as they passed through hundreds of feet of limestone.

Afterwards, return to the resort.

Dinner and overnight stay at the resort.

Day 7 In Mulu

After breakfast, check-out and transfer to Mulu Airport for departure flight.

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