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A fascinating city well worth exploring

Sarawak’s state capital, Kuching, is simply unique. No other city in the region has such a romantic and unlikely history, nor displays its charms with such an easy grace. The narrow, bustling streets are crammed with shops, temples, colonial-style architecture and several interesting museums, including the historic Sarawak Museum.

Why visit?

  • Small and charming
  • On the banks of the Sarawak River
  • Fascinating history
  • Sarawak Museum
  • Gateway to the Iban heartlands
  • Blue Lagoon

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Hilton Kuching exterior and pool

Hilton Kuching

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Situated along Kuching's spectacular riverfront promenade with panoramic views of the Sarawak River. Places of interest and shopping centres are all within walking distance whilst, nearby, you can experience local culture at the Sarawak Cultural Village and visit orang-utans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Park.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Kuching and most travel via either Kuala Lumpur, Singapore or Hong Kong, which takes approximately 16 hours.

Best time to travel: April to September tends to have the drier, sunnier weather and the wetter months are October to March, particularly January.

Kuching climate:

Kuching Climate Chart