One of Sarawak’s famous long-houses where a whole village community lives under one roof. Sarawak is known to international visitors primarily because of the extraordinary natural wonders of its national parks, including Gunung Mulu, the Niah Caves, and Bako. Sarawak’s cultural treasures are also fascinating. Sarawak is one of the two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo. Also known as Bumi Kenyalang which means “Land of the Hornbills”, it is situated on the north-west of the island. It is the largest state in Malaysia.

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Sarawak is a land of vast primeval rainforests, national parks, and awe-inspiring limestone caves, including the largest caves in the world, and the longest underground cavity cave in the world. Sarawak is considered to be one of the hidden paradises of Borneo for a unique adventure, eco, nature, cultural and wildlife holiday. It is a region of endless fascination, possessing the largest cave chamber in the world, verdant jungles, unique fauna and flora, white beaches, and remote islands.

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