Sarawak has been described as Asia’s Best Kept Secret: A place for history, mystery, romance and exotic adventures. The land of the fabled White Rajahs, the hornbill and the orang utan, Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia and by far the most exotic. Its rainforest, the size of Austria, houses the world’s richest and most diverse ecosystem. It is also home to the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia the size of a coffee table, squirrels and snakes that fly, deer the size of cats, plants that eat insects (and small mammals) and species of flora and fauna still waiting to be discovered.
To top it off, this rainforest-land is also home to 27 ethnic groups of people with their own distinct language, culture and lifestyles. Their ancient cultures may differ, but they have one thing in common: their warmth and hospitality.
Priding itself in its Culture, Adventure and Nature, Sarawak has something for everyone and a welcome for all.