Welcome to the worlds best kept secret. Sarawak offers many aspects of what an adventurous traveler will enjoy.
Sarawak is rich in history and heritage. Once a British Colony, Sarawak is now part of Malaysia. It is also known as the Land of Hornbills. There are twenty-seven ethnic groups in the region. The population comprises of local ethnic groups, Malays and immigrant Chinese living together in harmony for more than a century.
Being the largest state of Malaysia, Sarawak spans over a vast area of 124,000 sq-km of land covering along the northwest coast of Borneo Island, the third largest island in the world. Sarawak offers you a journey of relentless discovery as you travel from city to city and from village to village where you will find in the cities, remnants of colonial architectures and in villages a rich heritage.
Sarawak is a land rich in flora and fauna. The vast amount of lush forest belies the existence of the bio diversity that entices many scientists and naturists. It has one on the worlds largest and untouched jungle. It is also where a potential drug to help AIDS victims is found, the “bintangor” tree is a natural habitat. In addition to the trees, the world’s largest flower and also nature’s masterpiece, the rafflesia, is found in some of the forests.
Sarawak is a heaven for any nature lovers as there are more than ten nature parks in this Malaysian State alone, making it one of the most sort after destinations in South-East Asia. Besides lush forests, you can see and experience turtles swimming ashore to lay eggs on some of the most pristine beaches in the world.