Sarawak More To Discover
Welcome to SARAWAK! Wooo… HA!
Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state on Borneo Island, is nicknamed the ‘Land of the Hornbills’. The bird features as the state symbol, has deep cultural links to Sarawak and its indigenous people.
Sarawak offers an alternative for those seeking humble authenticity far from the tourist-trap clichés. Unlike states in Peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak is divided into divisions, 12 in all, each headed by an appointed resident.
Whether it is sharing in lifestyle of one of the many indigenous communities’ longhouses, exploring gigantic caves in the UNESCO World Heritage of Gunung Mulu National Park, you will find Sarawak offers a host of memorable experiences to bring home to. If you wanted to visit every national park in Sarawak, you'd need 30 days. And that would give you only one day in each because in this, the largest state in Malaysian Borneo, there are actually 30 national parks, in an area of land the size of England.