360 Xpress Citycenter
Wisma Phoenix, Jalan Song Thian Cheok,
93100 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel: +6082-236060, Fax: +6082-237070
Website: www.360xpress.com.my
Email : reservation@360xpress.com.my

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CAT CITY @KUCHING
Kuching, capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo, is a bustling, diverse city of old colonial buildings and modern towers. Along its Sarawak River waterfront are food vendors, shop houses selling handicrafts and an esplanade with views of 19th-century landmarks: The Astana, former palace of the White Rajahs, and Fort Margherita, built to thwart pirates. Sarawak being the largest state in Malaysia, occupying the north-western coastline of Borneo. Known as to some of the country's best-known national parks such as the Gunung Mulu National Park and Bako. With an unparalleled wealth of expansive rainforests, massive caves, fast-flowing rivers, as well as countless flora and fauna. You'll find Kuching capital is the best spot to start your exploring.

WHAT TO SEE: A tranquil location, Kuching has some nice landscaped parks and gardens, classic colonial buildings, colourful markets and a beautiful waterfront called the Kuching Waterfront. This place has been transformed into an esplanade, making it a great place to stroll around and relax.

WHAT TO DO: Most travelers main visiting to the island of Borneo's many natural attractions, culture and nature. Walking around between sights in Kuching, you slowly become aware that something is missing: the hassle. A handful of interesting museums in the Kuching area - along with cultural villages, limestone caves, rivers and a chance to see endangered orangutans and proboscis monkeys, will keep you entertained.

WHAT TO EAT: It absolutely need not to introduce when come to talk about laksa and kolok mee in Kuching, the birthplace of Sarawak laksa and kolok mee. Superb to eat at any time of the day and you can easily find in most of the local coffee shops along the Chinatown streets and Kuching Waterfront.

WHAT TO BUY: Premier shopping street "Main Bazaar" is the best place to get some souvenirs. Favourite Sarawak buys include beadwork, basket weavings, wooden carvings and hand-woven rugs, likewise tribal batiks. There's a clutch of galleries selling well-executed pottery and ceramics as well. Sarawak's arts scene tends to impressionism, and there are several ateliers in town as well.


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