Known as the Land of the Hornbills, home to thick jungles and exotic wildlife.
There is something utterly fascinating and mystical about Sarawak. This is the lagest state in Malaysia, occupying the southernwestern ridge of Borneo. Its verdant jungles are strewn with massive natural formations, the world's largest cave chambers as well as endemic flora and fauna. Sarawak's greatest assets include its UNESCO World Heritage Site and numrous protected national parks. The vast number of hornbills found here has made Sarawak to be fondly known as 'the land of the Hornbills'.
Its vibrant ethnic groups, coupled with the legacy of the Brooke dynasty, weave a history filled with intrigue and fascination. Kuching, the capital city, is a good place to get a glimpse into the past.