A pleasant and likable riverside town, Kuching is the capital city of the state of Sarawak and the largest city of Malaysian Borneo. The historic city and its quiet, clean streets and cultural offerings are interesting enough for a couple days exploration and a make good base to explore nearby attractions in the region such as Bako National Park and Kubah National Park.
ClaudioSeFor some it is a tourist trap, because of the show and the price (50MYR admission). On the other hand, everything is very well organized and it is an excellent place to get an ideal of traditional Sarawak living, if you can't or want to travel far to experience an home stay.
Jyotsna RamaniCat museum is an awesome place to go to spend an hour or so in Kuching. Kuching stands for cat in bahasa Malay so its no wonder this city has so many fun cat statues and well this museum. The museum is flocked with anything and everything to do with..well, cats - movie posters, paintings, cat proverbs, souvenirs, statues and SO much cat trivia. Oh and entry is free so def worth a visit :)
E27***58The location is amazing. Directly at the beach. Behind the hotel is a national park and the cultural village. The staff is very polite, food is good. Even the hotel is a bit old, the atmosphere is outstanding. Rooms are clean.
兰色白勺犭苗Marguerite Castle ~ right next to the Legislative Assembly Building. Grab is not easy to call a car when leaving!
We took a boat to the north bank of the Sarawak River, passed a small village and an abandoned school, and we could see it! After two years of maintenance, the exterior wall has been completely renewed. This is an important barrier against pirate invasion. During World War II, the Japanese tried to blow it up but failed. It has now been converted into a police museum.
Riverside Park, rafting slow down
Sarawak River slowly flowing, it makes the entire city of Kuching alive and well, it is no exaggeration to say that it is the soul of the city.
The old and new buildings in Kuching City are blended, and the multiculturalism coexists. The unique one city, two systems is bounded by the Sarawak River. The North City is managed by the Malays, and the South City is managed by the Chinese, adding some mystery to the city.
The place where I live happens to be near Riverside Park, so every day, every morning or evening, I will come here. The splendid Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building is a new landmark in Kuching. The octagonal shape of the roof is said to mean that the cat has nine lives, symbolizing the arrival of good luck.
After eating and drinking, you may wish to visit the local market. There are plenty of gifts, crafts, clothes, wood carvings, etc., especially in Hai Lip Street, you can buy almost every Souvenirs related to Kuching and Sarawak.
If you like to collect traditional Borneo art and crafts, then come to the right place. Kuching is a paradise for collectors and cultural lovers, with a wide range of goods at reasonable prices.
The remains of the British colonies, the lovely cat murals, the mottled Kuching Old Street, the authentic butter coffee, just like inadvertently entering the space-time tunnel, I returned to the old time.
In Kuching, there are many beautiful mosques. This Sarawak state mosque is located in Kuching North. The overall shape is quite unique. Our car just happened to see it, so the driver stopped for a while and wanted to go in and see. The
mosa is free to visit, just need to wear a robe, the girl has to wear a hat, and instantly feels like Harry Potter, no one in the afternoon, quietly no sound.
The moment I walked into the interior, it still shocked me. Because I have been growing grass on the pink mosque in Iran, I did not expect that there is such a beautiful pink here. I especially like this round zenith, which is perfect from any angle.
In the afternoon, the pink beam shines in the mosque, accompanied by faith, the building in front of it exudes a unique charm, its complex, exquisite, gorgeous glaze and top honeycomb structure I dont want to return.
For nine years, I will continue with the frontier of Cat City Kuching
is a story I had with Kuching Hilton in 2010
At the time, Hilton's PR manager Fiona
Saturday took care of the rest, carrying two My daughter took me to visit Kuching
from a working partner to a true friendship.
Today, after stepping on the land of Kuching, I chose the "J Steps" Malaysian shooting location here, the cat city became beautiful, and Hilton once again took the lead for me. Where will the story take us? [Kuching Hilton, Malaysia #J Global Wow! Hotel#