For a pleasant or scenic stroll day or night, Kuching Waterfront running aside Jalan Main Bazaar and the Sarawak River and is sprinkled with occasional snack vendors, musicians and locals.
Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of the Sarawak River, is a place to sample the city's cosmopolitan vibes. During the day, it offers scenic views of the Astana, Fort Margherita and the Malay kampungs across the river; but the best time to enjoy the Waterfront is after sunset, when the vibrant nightlife takes over the esplanade. A social hub for locals of all ages, there is always something for everyone to do at the Waterfront. Take a ride on a local Penambang boat and savour the different sights and sounds between the two riverbanks or go for a stroll across the newly constructed Jambatan Darul Hana, or Darul Hana Bridge that connects both riverbanks. There are also numerous food stalls, restaurants and entertainment facilities lined along the Waterfront. A number of older buildings have been preserved and incorporated into the design, including the Chinese History Museum, the Sarawak Steamship Building, an open-air theatre and the Square Tower. Modern additions to the Waterfront include a restored Chinese pavilion, colourful musical fountains, and a number of modern sculptures.
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