Kuching is the capital of Sarawak and is located on the island of Borneo. The easiest way to reach Kuching is via flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
In Sarawak live just as many different cultures as on the Malaysian mainland. This allows Kuching to offer a wide variety of food. The offer of local delicacies is overwhelming. In addition, there is a food court at almost every corner of the house. Foodcourt is the area of a building where there are shops selling various restaurants and snacks. The providers share the seating. Every single visitor can order from several providers.
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The value for money in European cuisine is similar to that in Europe. Seafood, however, are available at very reasonable prices. Sights include Fort Margherita, Sunday Market in Satok, India Street, Main Bazaar and Waterfront, Bako National Park, Damai Beach Resorts, Damai Sarawak Cultural Village, Mount Santubong, Semenggoh Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, Jong’s Crocodile Farm, The Cat Museum and The Sarawak Museum. Those who come to Kuching in July should not miss the Rainforest World Music Festival