Kuching Hot Spot
Kuching City Mosque
It was built in 1968 on a site originally used for a wooden mosque as early as 1852. It has a striking design, featuring a combination of mid-western and Italian architecture.
Approximately 1 km, with a riverside walk linking the hotel precinct with downtown Kuching. Coolies bustling over berthed junks. Hawking of wares, Indian chettiars haggling. Natives selling jungle produce.
A very long row of shophouses for you to shop for Sarawak souvenirs and handicrafts. This is an excellent place to look for antiques and local handicrafts among the dozens of small shops.
Borneo Samariang Water Park is definitely a nice addition to Kuching which is an emerging tourist destination in Asia Once fully developed, Bandar Baru Samariang is estimated to house 200,000 people with about 40,000 residential units.
Sarawak Culture Village
Cultural Village was set up to provide information on their various traditional cultures and lifestyles. The village also has a theatre, where you can enjoy multicultural dance performances.
The Sarawak State Museum is the oldest museum in Borneo and was established in 1888. It houses various ethnic displays and historical items from Sarawak.
Matang Wildlife Center
Matang Wildlife Centre houses endangered wildlife in large enclosed areas of rainforest or spacious cages like orang utans, sambar deer, sun bears, bear cats and hornbills.
There are some pleasant riverside picnic spots, jungle trails and waterfalls.
Damai Central is sited on a coastal land fronting the paranomic South China Sea, at 40 minutes by road from Kuching city. Damai Central serves as an entertainment oasis enhancing lifestyle and holiday experience for both local and tourists alike.