Region: Sarawak

Iban Longhouse

A highlight for many visitors to Sarawak, staying with a tribes in a traditional longhouse

Camp 5

Very simple communal facility located deep within the Gunung Mulu National Park

Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa

Luxury five-star hotel with beautiful gardens and elevated position overlooking the Melinau River


A highlight for many visitors to Sarawak is a stay with one of the tribes in a traditional longhouse, home to many families under one roof. Sarawak has over 40 ethnic groups, each with its own traditions, culture and language. The Iban tribe (also known as Sea Dayaks because of their history as pirates and … Continued


Often regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in South East Asia, Kuching is a delightful mix of colonial buildings, markets and riverside promenades. Nearby is the Bako National Park, Sarawak’s oldest, with a diverse mix of woodland, mangroves and rugged coastline containing wild pigs, monitor lizards and a large number of proboscis monkeys. … Continued

Kuching Hilton Hotel

Modern and comfortable Sarawak hotel has 315 guest rooms with nice views over the river and towards the city

Gunung Mulu National Park

The World Heritage Site of Gunung Mulu is a breathtaking mix of primary rainforest, limestone pinnacles and huge cave systems. Travel by longboat to see the Clearwater Cave, reputedly the longest in the world, and the Wind and Lang Caves for spectacular formations. Deer Cave is home to millions of bats which emerge at dusk … Continued