Kuching City / Museum (3 hours)

This is a comprehensive tour where you can see all the places of attraction around this historical city.  The tour begins with a drive to see the gigantic Cat Status (mascot of the city) at Padungan before cruising through Chinatown and a stop at the Tua Pek Kong temple (1876) - the oldest in Sarawak.  From the temple, you can get a good view of the imposing Fort Margherita (1879) and the Waterfront Esplanade.  The route passes through the superbly-designed St. Joseph Cathedral, the Syariah (Muslim) Court, Satok Market and traditional Malay houses built on stilts.  Make a photo stop at the magnificent-looking Mosque built along the river bank.  Drive pass Gambier Street (famous for spices), look out for the old Colonial Law Court House - complete with a Clock Tower and a granite obelisk built in memory of Rajah Charles Brooke.

Across the river, is a good view of the majestic Astana (1870) – former palace of White Rajahs and the imposing State Assemble Building.  Take a short walk at the Waterfront or Main Bazaar for shopping and drop-in at the Chinese Museum.  The tour will end at the Sarawak Museum, which is acknowledged as one of the finest.  It is a treasure house of artifacts and exhibits which possess great archaeological and cultural significance.

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Monday - Friday: 8.15am - 5pm
Saturday: 8.15am - 1pm
No. 15, Ground Floor, Jalan Green Hill,
93100 Kuching, Sarawak, East Malaysia
+6 082 257 784
+6 082 421 419
+6 019 886 8948
+6 019 816 9680
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