Kuching, Malaysia

Preparing for Your Trip to Kuching, Malaysia

Sarawak occupying the southwestern ridge of Borneo, Sarawak is an adventure destination unlike any other. It is Malaysia’s largest state and one of the two states that make up East Malaysia. The state is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, numerous protected national parks, the world’s largest cave chambers as well as razor-sharp limestone pinnacles. Kuching is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Sarawak. Sarawak is well connected to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. It is easily accessible from Sabah and Labuan. Sarawak has direct air connections with several other countries. In addition, regular ferry services connect Sarawak to Labuan.


Kuching International Airport (KCH)

Sarawak Tourism Board

Address: Sarawak Tourism Board, Level 4, Plaza Aurora, Jalan McDougall,93000 Kuching, Sarawak.
Phone: +6082-423600
Email: stb@sarawaktourism.com

Sarawak map and guide:

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Tourist Information Centre

Address: Sarawak Tourism Complex (Old Court House),93100 Kuching, Sarawak.
Phone: +6082-410944
Operations Hours: Monday-Friday: 9am–6pm. Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 9am–3pm
Email: vic-kuching@sarawaktourism.com

Best Time to Visit

  • Good weather: March to December
  • Rainy weather: January
  • Number of visitors is high in July, August and December
  • Number of visitors is low in January to June, September to November

Best Photo Spots 

  • Kuching Waterfront Map
  • Darul Hana Bridge Map
  • Cat Museum Map
  • Orchid garden Map
  • Upside down museum Map
  • Bako National Park Map
  • The Blue lake/Tasik Biru Bau (45 minutes from the Kuching City center) Map
  • Wind Cave Bau (45 minutes from the Kuching City center) Map
  • Fairy Cave Bau (45 minutes from the Kuching City center) Map

Must Try Foods in Kuching

  • Sarawak laksa Map
  • Kolo mee Map
  • Tomato koay teow  Map
  • Kacangma Chicken Map
  • Midin Belacan Map

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