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Travel Blogs from Kuching
Our first actual stop was in Kuching (which means Cat in Malay) in Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia. Kuching is nestled on the banks of the Sarawak River. The town was established by Sir James Brooke, the first "White Rajah" of the province of Sarawak. It is really a very beautiful little city and much more developed than we had expected. The buildings …
Yesterday was our trip to the Bako national Park, today we wanted to carry on our encounter with nature. This time we were going to see orangutans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. Again we took a bus from our hotel to the same bus station yesterday, but this time we had to walk one or two blocks to another bus stop to take the …
Today we planned to go on an exciting trip to Sarawak's Bako National Park about 37 km. away from Kuching. From the hotel we took a bus a short distance to the bus station to catch our bus to Bako Village where we had to take a boat ride to the park. There we found quite a number tourists already waiting. I was pleasantly surprised at the …
Once more unto the breach dear friends, as Anna and I found ourselves ready to board an aeroplane yet again. This time it was at Senai (Sultan Ismail) International Airport, the southernmost airport of Peninsular Malaysia. We boarded AirAsia flight AK5702 at 6.55 a.m. (the tickets cost us a total of Rm 146) and landed at Kuching …
This morning, from our hotel, we booked ourselves a trip to the Sarawak Cultural Village at Damai Beach, Santubong, some 32 km. away. We then took a stroll on the paved walk along the Kuching waterfront. The scenery along the Sarawak River was picturesque. Across the river I could see the famous and historical Fort Margherita in the distance …
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- Wheelchair accessibility