Are you thinking where you can go in Kuching, Sarawak? There are some place in Kuching that you can visit with your friends/family. Just by visiting these place, you will be able to feel how beautiful Kuching, Sarawak is. Also before you explore, you can learn more about their culture and history to know more about Sarawak.
Sarawak Museum has one of the best collection in Southeast Asia. There are a lot to see and learn in the Sarawak Museum. If you’re interested in history or to know more about Sarawak, you can go to the museum and you will be able to learn more about Sarawak history and culture. It’s worth a try to give a visit! 🙂 The admission fee is free.
Monday to Friday, 9:00am – 4:45pm
Saturday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm
2. Malaysia-China Friendship Park Kuching
There are one Malaysia-China Friendship Park in Putrajaya, but there’s also one in Kuching! The one in Kuching is bigger than the one in Putrajaya. Also, the Malaysia-China Friendship Park in Kuching has lots of interesting things to see. This park is a popular spot for wedding pictures hehehe. You may see bride and groom taking photoshoot around there. This place is nice for a morning and evening jog or walk and you can also see people chilling around here and taking photos. 😍
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Harnessing chi for breakfast. We live in a predominantly Chinese community and every morning and evening, you can see hordes of people clustering around the park for either yoga, tai chi or even some dance routine which are hosted daily by various groups. Their routine and synchronised moves is fascinating to watch. #health #park #exercise #tamansahabat #malaysiachinafriendshippark #kuching #sarawak #malaysia #arch #people #taichi #travel #culture
3. Kuching Waterfront
This place are popular for both local and visitors. This place is fun to visit during the day and night. If you get hungry while looking around, there are some local food stall there that sell delicious food. At the waterfront, you will be able to see boats, beautiful scenery and people. 😆
4. Carpenter Street
Carpenter Street is one of the oldest street in Kuching. In here you can find food stalls, old-fashioned coffee shops and temples. The food stall sell variety type of food such as Sarawak Laksa, Kolok Mee, Pork Satay and more. 😋 If you haven’t read our article about “Top 5 Food You Must Eat In Kuching, Sarawak“, you should read it and try out all the food!
5. Bako National Park
If you love hiking and exploring the nature, maybe you should give Bako National Park a try. 🙂 There are many types of wild animal you can find in the park. Common animals you can see in the park are wild boar, long tail macaque monkeys, monitor lizard, silver-leaf monkey and more while the rare one you can see are proboscis monkey. This place is around 30-45 minutes away from Kuching. If you would like to go to other place in Sarawak for hiking, sightseeing or enjoy the nature, you should read our article “4 Must Go Places In Bau, Sarawak“.
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