Arong Serait Waterfall is becoming a favourite weekend hiking and picnic spot for locals near Kuching. The hike to Arong Serait offers a good workout and a dip in the cool pool is such a wonderful reward. Arong Serait Waterfall is in the backyard of Kampung Selabat, Muara Tebas, Kuching. Kampung Selabat is about 17km from Kuching.
Satang Island Day Trip
A day trip to Satang Island in Sarawak. An island excursion from Kuching.
Pasir Antu Trail – Tanjung Datu National Park
A brief experience of Pasir Antu Trail in Tanjung Datu National Park.
Nanga Ukom Longhouse – Batang Ai
A travel experience to Nanga Ukom Longhouse, Batang Ai. March 2020
Ba’kelalan School Kids – Reducing Plastic Waste, A Brick at a Time
Plastic waste management initiative by Ba'Kelalan Primary School kids.
Things to do in Padawan, Kuching
Padawan is a sub-district of the city of Kuching, in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia and is fast becoming a new destination in Kuching for its varied tourism experiences mainly themed around culture, adventure and nature.
This write up is intended to give you additional information on other interesting things to do other than the main star attractions usually offered at the hotel tour desk.
Latak Waterfall – Miri
This is a quick guide to Latak Waterfall in Lambir Hills National Park in Miri, Sarawak and is a popular day trip destination for locals and tourists.
On hot warm weekends, a dip in Latak Waterfall provides a much needed relief from the hot weather.
Padawan Pitcher Plant Garden – Kuching
This is a brief description of the Padawan Pitcher Plant Garden in Kota Padawan, which is about thirty minutes drive south of Kuching, Sarawak.
It serves as a lovely introduction and an opportunity to have a closer look at the various types of pitcher plants found in Borneo, particularly in Sarawak.
Bario Highlands – Sarawak
This is a quick guide on things to do and expect in Bario, the Kelabit Highlands in Miri Sarawak.
Niah National Park – Miri, Sarawak
Brief travelling information to Niah National Park from Miri.
Gazetted in 1974, the park size is about 3100 hectares and is famous for it's Great Cave where archaeological findings of the oldest remains of a homo sapiens in South East Asia.