Kuching is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Surak in Malaysia. It covers an area of 431 square kilometers and has a population of about 165,642. It is a pleasant tourist destination, which is visited by many tourists because it includes many tourist areas such as national parks, rainforests.
The city enjoys a climate of tropical rainforests where the summers are hot and the winters are moderate and the average annual rainfall is about 4200 mm / year. The best times of visit are in summer and spring.

The Cat Museum

The Cat Museum
The Cat Museum

The cat museum is a magnificent museum founded in 1993 with an area of ​​1,035 square meters and a height of about 60 meters above sea level. It is owned by the North Kuching City Hall (DBKU). The museum has four galleries containing more than 4000 handcrafted pieces, Was first introduced in August 1988 at the Putra World Trade Center.

Sarawak Museum

Sarawak Museum
Sarawak Museum

Sarawak is the largest state ever in Malaysia, located in the southwest of Borneo Island. It is a virgin land full of rainforests, high mountains, caves, marine and terrestrial habitats and diverse races. Sarawak’s history is full of heroism, poeticism, piracy and rebellion. The state was governed by White Kings when Prince Berk and the English adventurer James Brooke installed the state governor in 1841 to reward him for helping to quell a revolt. Sarawak administratively divided into nine provinces. Kuching is the capital of the state and is located on the bank of the Sarawak river 32 kilometers from the sea. The British influence is reflected in the architecture of some government buildings, such as the Sarawak Museum, one of Asia’s best museums, which reflects Borneo’s population and artistic heritage.

The Sarawak Islamic Museum

The Sarawak Islamic Museum
The Sarawak Islamic Museum

The establishment of the Islamic Museum in 1992, to show the magnificence of Islamic civilization Hmokh citizens and tourists alike. The museum has seven halls in which all aspects of the Islamic religion can be identified from literature, arts, sciences, fashion, tools and also the collection of books of the Holy Quran.

Sunday Market

Sunday Market Kuching
Sunday Market Kuching

Jalan Satok Sunday Market Sunday Market and located on Satok Street in Kuching City, where sellers gather to sell traditional products such as original handicrafts Clothing and fresh products And food and many others.

Bako National Park

Bako National Park
Bako National Park

Bako national park is the oldest national park in Sourak, eastern Malaysia, with an area of ​​about 27.25 square kilometers. It has many attractions such as enchanting waterfalls, secluded beaches and trekking routes, which can be reached by boat, many rare plants and exotic forms of rock, Home to a number of animals such as monkeys, birds and lizards so make sure you get the pleasure of this visit.

Gunung Gading National Park

Mulu National Park and Mulu Cave are the world’s longest caverns, the main chamber of the Mulu cave, which can accommodate more than 40 large-size Boeing planes. The most important caves are the Al Ghazal Cave and the Pure Water Cave. These caves are colonies of millions of bats that travel after sunset to the forest.

Kuching City Museum

Located close to the open market in Kuching, known as Sarawak State Mosque and Beni in 1988, it has a stunning design, combining a mixture of Western and Italian style, with beautiful colors and a perfect place to visit to see its beauty and prayer.

Fortress of Margherita

An ancient castle built in 1879 by Charles Brock, is an important landmark and historical monument, dating back to the Brock Dynasty and English-style castles to protect Kuching from pirate attacks. It consists of many rooms and rooms, each of which has a rare beauty and wonderful views on the Sarawak River.

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