Sarawak’s ethnic diversity means that the food offerings are as diverse in taste and flavour. This class will offers some of Sarawak’s favourite food such as Sarawak Laksa, Gula Apong Chicken, ‘Midin’ (organic fern), ‘kerabu’ (local salad) and ‘Ulam’ rice. Shop for the freshest local produce at the local market. You will learn the substitute ingredients to use that you can’t find readily back home. Read more here.
Follow the trail of the White Rajahs in the bygone era in their conquest to suppress the rebellious Headhunters, cycle into the Iban Heartland of authentic long houses, interior waterways and rustic forts. This trip runs from Kuching to Aiman Batang Ai Resort and Retreat.
Explore on two-wheels into the heartland of the legendary Dayaks, once feared headhunters of Borneo. Navigate the remote interior riverways and ride the outback country lanes to travel among the Dayak people.
Discover how their history intertwined with 100 years dynasty of English’s White Rajahs, in the 1840’s , by visiting the historical forts built by the White Rajahs to defend against the warring headhunters and learn their fascinating legacy.
Along the trail, stay in unique Dayak longhouses to enjoy the hospitality of the tribal hosts and indulge in authentic cuisines prepared from nature’s freshest ingredients. This one week trip is an amazing experience to live among the proud natives of Borneo — an epic cycling holiday for the heart and soul.
The effort to get to Western Julan waterfall does require a fairly high level of fitness but the moment you stand before the spectacular 300m (about 1,000ft) drop waterfall, the sight should etch in your memory for a life time. We have to add that leeches will occupy their fair share as well. Indeed, what pristine nature throws at you, she is generous with! Read more here: https://sarawaktourism.com/itinerary/western-julan-waterfall/
The Bungo Range between Sarawak and Kalimantan Indonesia offers an epic trekking trail that is easy to reach from the capital city of Kuching, yet adventurous enough to test the fitness in you. Crossing precariously built bamboo bridges and hiking up steep gradients is surely compensated by the rich cultural experiences, the beauty of the landscape and natural phenomena that awaits you…
Ulu Baram. Her authenticity, historical and cultural heritage, distinct from other regions of Sarawak. Home to the Penan and the Kenyah people, a place of lush flora and thriving fauna …read more