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DAY 1: Arrival / Kuching City & Shopping Tour
Upon arrival at Kuching International Airport, meet and greet by our friendly representative and proceed for KUCHING CITY TOUR. Kuching, the Capital of Sarawak, is a cosmopolitan city and this is reflected in the faces on the street. Its city centre is well preserved with ornate Chinese Temples, The Astana, City Tower, and many fine examples of colonial-style architecture, a beautiful waterfront and other places of interest include the famous landmark of the City, the New DUN, The Golden Bridge, The Cat Monument, Market, Main Bazaar, China Town, Old State Mosque & etc. Proceed to HOMEMADE KEK LAPIS. The Sarawak layer cake is a well-loved local delicacy that is laborious and intricate to make but so delicious to eat. These colourful cakes also make great gifts to friends. Kuching is a good destination to shop for souvenir such as woodcarvings, “Pua Kumbu” with native design, Pepper products, Sarawak Bird’s Nest and Local Product are also one of the famous souvenirs which can be found in Kuching. After tour, transfer to Hotel of your choice for check in and overnight.
DAY 2: Semenggoh Nature Reserve / Crocodile Farm / Sarawak River Cruise
Breakfast at the hotel, morning proceed to visit SEMENGGOH NATURE RESERVE, traveling overland (30 min) followed by a brief hike through dipterocarp forest. Unlike in a Zoo, the Orang Utans are set free in a 653 hectare forest reserve. Here, young Orang Utans, who were either orphaned or rescued from captivity, are trained to survive in the wild. Semenggoh is not set up as a tourist attraction but visitors are most welcome. Upon arrival at the Sanctuary, you will be able to catch a glimpse of the Orang Utans during their feeding time. Spot their delicate nests watch their skilful movements at the tree tops and also their interesting behaviour during feeding time. The guide will also narrate to you the behaviour, emotion and characteristics of this special primate called Orang Utan, meaning ‘Man of the Forest’. Continue journey to visit CROCODILE FARM & MINI ZOO. The farm set amidst tropical fruit trees and lush-greenery is a home to over 1,000 crocodiles. It serves as a perfect sanctuary to these fearsome reptiles where they are kept in an enclosure designed and built similar to the natural habitat of the reptiles. Apart from the crocodiles, explore the farm where other fascinating animals such as the bear cats, civets, deer, pythons & etc are found in the state of Sarawak. Evening, proceed for SARAWAK RIVER CRUISE. A cruise along the Sarawak River is a relaxing way to enjoy the various phases of the city and retrace the trip James Brooke made when he first arrived in Sarawak. You will sail past the Waterfront, Brooke Dockyard, the 100 year old Malay Kampung, Fort Margherita, Astana, Square Tower and the Industrial Estate. As you sail toward the sea colourful fishing boats will appear in abound and nearby Bako after the Chinese and Malay villages are the houses and mansions of Kuching’s affluent society. The constant changing of this living scenery gives you the best picture of the history and lifestyles in Kuching. After tour, transfer back to Hotel for overnight.
DAY 3: Cat Museum / Sarawak Cultural Village
Breakfast at the hotel, morning check out and visit to CAT MUSEUM. It was founded in 1993. It is owned by the Kuching North City Hall (DBKU). There are 2000 exhibits, artifacts, statues about cats from all over the world. After that, proceed for SARAWAK CULTURAL VILLAGE TOUR. Popularly known as the ‘Living Museum’, the Village is a showcase of a kaleidoscope of Sarawak’s cultures and traditions. On arrival, you will explore the 7 authentic replicas of ethnic houses. Chinese Farm House, Malay's Stilted House, Melanau Tall House, Penan Hut as well as Longhouse of the Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu. Displayed in each house are the many artifacts made by the individual dwellers. Demonstration of arts and crafts like beadwork, wood and bamboo carvings, "Pua" weaving and straw weaving can be seen while touring the Village. You will also be entertained with 45 minutes of the traditional dances of the various ethnic tribes of Sarawak at the Village theatre. After tour, transfer back to DAMAI BEACH RESORT for check in & overnight.
DAY 4 Departure
Departure Breakfast at the hotel. Free at leisure until transfer to Kuching International Airport for your departure flight.
• 2 Nights hotel accommodation
• 1 night Damai Beach Resort
• Daily Breakfast
• Entrance fee & Guide fee
• Tours & transfer as stated
• Return airport transfer
• Air Ticket
• Optional excursions
• Personal expenses
• Peak season surcharge
• Travel Insurance
• Other services not mentioned
• Tourism Tax @ RM10 per room per night
• Tipping @ RM10 per pax per day
• Lunch & Dinner @RM40 per pax per meal
• All room are subject to availability.
• Price quoted based on lower category
• Price valid for low season. Surcharge apply during peak season.
• Sequence of tour is subject to change, due to weather permission.
• Price is subject to change without prior notice
• Price valid until 31 December 2020
• All room are subject to availability.
• Package ready for two to go unless stated.
• Hotel confi¬rmation is subject to the availability
• Rates may subject to change without prior notice
Surcharge & Closed Out dates:
• Additional surcharge applies if guest travel during high season, weekend and school holidays.
• 30% Deposit prior 30 days arrival.
• Full payment for arrival within 15 days.
• General Cancellation Policy (does not apply to peak season)
• Deposit forfeited
20 days - 16 days : 50% charged.
15 days - 08 days : 75% charged.
07 days - 0 day : 100% full charged.
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