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  • Bako National Park

    Bako is Sarawak’s oldest National Park, located on a Peninsula and only accessible by boat. It is an extremely unique environment due the seven complete eco-systems made up of almost

  • Iban

    The Ibans (or Sea Dayaks) migrated by boat from Kalimantan in the 16th century and built their longhouses beside rivers. Initially they clashed constantly with the locals and there are

  • 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.

  • Tanjung Datu National Park

    One of Amansar’s favourite destinations, Tanjung Datu is located at the most Western tip of Sarawak on the border with Kalimantan. There is no road access, but from the fishing

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