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Discover Kuching – the capital city of Sarawak – a culturally diverse city where travellers have always been made welcome. A vibrant mix of beautiful old colonial buildings, modern shopping plazas, designer apartment towers, and eclectic bars and cafes, its population is less than one million and is comprised of a multi-cultural mix of indigenous Dayak, Orang Ulu, Iban and Bidayuh with the Chinese, Malays, and Indians that are Malaysia.

Within easy proximity from Kuching lie many destinations which offer amazing opportunities to experience the heart of Borneo. Amansar has designed the following day tours to showcase Kuching’s history, it’s rich culture, and ancient environmental paradise.

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Weekdays from 7am-12 noon, every Saturday from 4pm, every Sunday 8am-12 noon

Santubong Wildlife Cruise

Santubong Wildlife Cruise – 2.5 hours
The Santubong Peninsula extends 10km into the South China Sea and is bordered by the Sarawak River on the South. This cruise takes

The Wind Cave Nature Reserve

The Wind Cave Nature Reserve – 4 hours 
The Wind Cave Nature Reserve is located 50km from Kuching and is part of what is known as the Bau Formation where many

Jong’s Crocodile Farm

Jong’s Crocodile Farm – 4 hours
Jong Sian Ken started collecting crocodiles as a hobby, and became so interested in this reptile that he decided to try to breed them.

Sarawak River Cruise

Sarawak River Cruise – 1.5 hours
This is a sunset river cruise that gives an insight into the contrasts of local life along this majestic river, with views of traditional

Kuching City Tours

Kuching City Tour – 3 hours
If you’re looking for a snapshot of this delightful city, our Kuching City Tour, designed to show you a selection of the most important

Sarawak Cultural Village

A living museum showcasing Sarawak’s indigenous tribes in one of the most stunning locations in Sarawak.

Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

Watch the frolicks of Borneo’s endangered orangutan as they come out of their jungle hide-a-ways to feed.

Matang Wildlife Centre

Discover Sarawak’s rare and endangered wildlife and walk scenic jungle trails.