Kuching, meaning cat, is the capital city of Sarawak. Situated at the south tip of the state, it is an enchanting modern city that has not lost its historical charm. It blends modernism with historical buildings. It combines the beauty of nature blended with city living.
While in Kuching, you will visit the world's renowned Sarawak Museum, here you can find a wide collections of archaeological exhibits around this region . You will have an opportunity to pass the Civic Centre where the Amphitheater is also situated. We also pass the city center and the Chinatown of Kuching where a cat monument is situated and also pass some historical and colonial buildings like the Post Office , Court House and the Square Tower along the Waterfront . The Waterfront is where the locals primarily will be going out for an evening stroll and a also served as a "tambang station " where the local Malays who lived on the other side of the city to take a "tambang" - a small boat , back to their home after a day of work in the city. A good view of the Istana - the official residence of the Governor, from the Waterfront area . From Waterfront, we will continue our journey towards the north to cross the Sarawak River by a bridge to go to the Petra Jaya area and drive pass the beautiful new State Mosque and a typical malay village .