3D2N Hug of Nature

3 Days

Kuching is located on the banks of the Sarawak River in the northwestern part of the island of Borneo. The limits of the City of Kuching include all that area in Kuching District containing an area approximately 431.01 square kilometres (166.41 sq mi) bounded from Gunung Lasak (Mount Lasak) in Muara Tebas to Batu Buaya (Crocodile Rock) in the Santubong peninsula following a series of survey marks as stated in the First Schedule of the City of Kuching Ordinance, 1988.

Immerse yourself in these 3 days 2 nights tour around Kuching’s nature. Visiting around the city and choose one national park to visit from the choices of Bako National Park or Gading National Park or Kayaking in Rainforest. Plus, this comprehensive tour include a visit to the Semenggoh Wildlife Center.


Kuching is the capital of the East Malaysian State of Sarawak. Kuching is the most populous city in the state of Sarawak and the fourth largest city in Malaysia Nestled on the banks of the Sarawak River, the capital, Kuching, retains the old-world charm of its romantic past. The river is the focal point of the town and features a graceful, European-style esplanade – The Kuching Waterfront – with views across to the Astana (The Palace) and Fort Margherita.


The narrow, bustling streets near the river are crammed with ornate temples, markets, historic buildings and traditional Chinese shop houses selling local handicrafts. Kuching also lays claim to nine museums, many within walking distance of each other. No other city in Malaysia displays its charm with such an easy grace as Kuching, the capital of Sarawak.

The city is cut almost in half by the meandering Sarawak River – its lifeline since time immemorial and where it all began in 1839. Its skyline is a mix of minarets and domes, ornate temple roofs, church spires, fortress, towers, modern and colonial buildings – all set amidst a profusion of greenery against the dramatic backdrop of the inky-blue Santubong and Matang Mountains. A tour of Kuching will take you from the era of the White Rajahs to the present day.


Arrive in the early morning in the city of Kuching. Be amazed by the tranquil lifestyle and the proud homage the locals pay to their roots, as well as the welcoming embrace of the morning tropical breeze. Proceed first to the hotel for check-in, and have the rest of the morning for free-and-easy.

After settling down, starting a short city tour from the Sarawak river bank. There will be some of the Malay vessels, or ‘sampan’ to bring you on a short but spectacular cruise along the Sarawak River bank. For a minimal fee, the tour includes the sights of various important architectural remains of the days of past. This includes two castles left during the British Colonial Days – Fort Margherita and the Astana. Both were strongholds of Charles Brooke and an important monument in Sarawak’s history. Marvel at the grandeur of the castles and their white walls, as well as their landscaped gardens.

Also, make a visit to the Square Tower, another heritage site and distinct building. The Orchid Gardens is also on the list, where one can see the marvelous state flower – the Normah Orchid. Take a walk along the Main Bazaar, which is filled to the brim with visitors, tourists and shoppers alike who are in for a good bargain. The markets sell all kinds of goods including souvenirs and foodstuff.

Wake up to a wholesome breakfast, and head out to your chosen national park.

-Bako National Park-
The journey takes around 45 minutes from the city of Kuching. Covering 2,800 hectars of rainforest, rivers, beaches and trails, Sarawak’s oldest national park is where one will find and discover the true beauty of nature. Nestled in the heart of Borneo, the national park homes to a myriad of flora and fauna across different types of habitats – including 25 distinct plant species, the rare proboscis monkeys, the Borneon bearded pig and a collection of exotic bird species. Bako National Park is one of the best places in Sarawak to see wildlife in a natural setting. The park has an impressive range of forest types from mangrove to kerangas (heath forest), tropical swamp vegetation, cliff vegetation and beach vegetation. A trail network provides access to different parts of the depending on level of fitness and areas of interest. The park’s spectacular coastline is dotted with small bays, coves and beaches.

-Gading National Park-
Gunung Gading is home to the world’s largest flower, the rafflesia, which can grow up to one metre in diameter. When in bloom the flower gives off a nasty smell which attracts flies and other insects. The rafflesia has no specific season but the rainy season provides better blooming frequencies. It takes nine months to mature and flowering lasts only 4 or 5 days before dying. Seeing a blooming rafflesia is certainly the highlight of a trip to Gunung Gading, but the Park and the whole Lundu area are well worth visiting anyway. The rugged mountain peaks that make up the Park provide a scenic backdrop to the nearby town of Lundu, and the nearby beaches at Pandan and Siar. Gunung Gading also has some enjoyable walks and a challenging jungle trek.

-Kayaking In Rainforest-
The Rucksack Rainforest Kayaking (previously known as Rainforest Kayaking) brings you on a journey to discover a hidden world of adventure, wildlife and history of Kuching, Sarawak. It is headed by Jacquelyn and Samantha – two nature-loving adventurers who are on a mission to spread the love for kayaking, greenery and culture! Have an exhilarating experience as you journey through the tropical jungles of Sarawak. Kayak through Sungai Sarawak Kiri and see the majestic limestone outcrops and riverine trees. Get the chance to meet the elusive and wild orangutans living in the beautiful Borneo rainforest. Delve into Kampung Danu’s traditional village and have a taste of unique Bidayuh cuisine.

Starting the morning with a visit to the Semenggoh Wildlife Center for the chance to see more of the Sarawakian wildlife. Built almost 40 years ago, the reserve was with the sole purpose of rehabilitating wounded wildlife and serves as a nurturing ground for endangered species. It is home to more than 1,000 types of bird, reptiles and mammals. It is also the largest reserve for Orang Utan rehabilitation. Get the chance to see these special creatures up front, with their distinct reddish brown fur and one of the world’s largest primates.

After lunch, spend the whole afternoon on your own. Explore anywhere you like, enjoy any foods you want and be back at the hotel to pack up your own belongings. A personal driver will drive you to the airport without any extra charges unless a request for a change of time.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Airport Transportation (to and from)
  • Transportation during tour
  • Entrance Fee
  • Accommodation and meals are provided

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare and Visa Charges are excluded
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, laundry etc are excluded as well

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3D2N Hug of Nature
From RM 480
/ Adult