Day 1: ARRIVALArrival at Kuching International Airport(KIA), meet and greet by our friendly representative transfer to hotel check in. Overnight in city hotel.
Day 2: FAIRY CAVE / WIND CAVE /SERIKIN SHOPPING ( B ) After having the breakfast at hotel. Will bring you to the two of the most famous cave in Kuching. First will visit the Fairy Cave, it was located in the Bukit Kapor area. It was formed some 100-150 million years ago. There are stalactite and stalagmite formations on the floor of the caves that resemble figures and animals. A few kilometers away, the Wind Cave is approached via a short and relaxing walk through light bush. The cave can be transverse without too much difficulty and ends overlooking a scheduled river scene that will most definitely take your breath away. Most of the times, it is very windy up here as well.
Serikin is a tiny little village near the border of Sarawak with the Indonesia. It is takes about 1 1/2 hours drive from Kuching City. During the weekends traders from across the border and nearby areas come to offer their wares and produce. They hawk authentic Indonesia sarongs, household items and food ranging from farm produce such as vegetables and fruits to seafood and meats. Along the way are also makeshift roadside markets selling anything from antiques to wild ornamental plants, exotic orchids to equally exotic fruits, local kueh to all types of pulut and fragrant locally grown rice sometimes recently harvested. Overnight in city hotel
(Note : Serikin Open on Saturday & Sunday only Put on good walking shoes, cotton clothing to remain comfortable, wide brimmed hat / cap and sun block lotion and a camera)
Day 3: SARAWAK CULTURAL VILLAGE / SEMENGGOH ORANG UTAN / SARAWAK RIVER CRUISE ( B )Breakfast at hotel and then proceed to Sarawak Cultural Village: "See Sarawak in half day" is the claim made by Sarawak Cultural Village, the village also called "living Museum" because natives live in its house & make handicraft. It hasseven representative ethnic houses - Bidayuh Longhouse, Iban Longhouse, Penan Hut, Orang Ulu Longhouse, Melanau House, Malay House & Chinese Farm House. Observe the lifestyle, arts, crafts, games, foods, clothes & music of major cultural of Sarawak. Enjoy your self with a fascinating performance of the multi-cultural dance in the village's own theater. After that, bring you to Semenggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre is a temporary home for Orang Utan, which has been orphanage or rescued from captivity, they are trained to learn and survive in their natural environment. Walk through the trail & look out for Semi Wild Orang Utan in their natural habitat. An amazing experience meets with Wild Man of Borneo, who may come to the centre during feeding time.
Afternoon time proceed to the Sarawak River Cruise. A fantastic way to turn a page back in history of Sarawak, through a cruise along the river that brings you past historical landmarks of Kuching.A traditional 'tambang' yacht will take you past places of interest like the Kuching Waterfront, Square Tower, a multi-purpose market, old State Mosque with five Onion shaped domes, a malay house on stilts and the satok suspension Bridge before heading the other side of the river to see the Astana, Fort Margherita and fishing village. Overnight in city hotel.
Day 4: DEPARTURE ( B )Breakfast at hotel then transfer to airport for your flight out.
** Per Person rates in USD
|Damai Puri Resort||Book||4*||T.B.A||375||368||T.B.A||178|
|Four Points By Sheraton||Book||4*||T.B.A||296||289||T.B.A||119|
Term & ConditionsRates are applicable to minimum of 2 persons, unless specified. Valid to ALL Markets.
Validity Period: 01 April - 31 March 2015
Not included in the package: Air Fare, Travel Insurance, Tipping, Item Not Stated, Personal Expenses
Rates are still subject to change. Subject to availability at the time of booking.
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Q. What are the inclusions and exclusions of our packages?
This is package includes hotel accommodation with breakfast, roundtrip transfers and tours as mentioned on SIC basis. This package is also designed for you to combine with other Malaysia destinations or add optional tours during your free day. Extra night rates for specific hotels are available upon request. You are free to create your own itinerary according to your preference.
Q. Can I travel alone?
Yes, however there will be applicable surcharge if you will travel alone. Rates will vary due to each hotels have different single room surcharges. Rates will definitely become higher as transportation expense will be paid by one person only, if taking a private transportation. We suggest that you travel with a partner or bring your friends so rates will be lower and you can get more discounts.
Q. When is the best time to travel?
Anytime of the year is advisable to travel to Malaysia, given the nation’s climate is primarily tropical. But the best time to travel is around May to September, as rainy season normally starts from October to November and April to May.
Q. How much is the infant/child rate?
Normally, infant age will range from 0-2 y/o while child age will range from 2-9 y/o but varies depending on the hotel policy. In most packages, there are no infant fees but no meals will be provided. While child rate will range from 50% - 100% of total adult fare. Please check with us for actual child rate for specific hotel.
Q. How do I get my visa?
You may contact your nearest local Malaysian embassy for complete information on what documentation you may require to enter Malaysia.
Q. Can you create customized tours specifically for my requirements?
Yes. You may send us your preferred itinerary and other requirements so we can quote accordingly.
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No, we do not process international air tickets unless a domestic flight is already included in the package. You may book your flight tickets directly to your preferred airline.
Q. What types of meals are included in the package?
Breakfast at the hotel is included in this package. Other meals can be arranged at extra cost: Lunch (MYR30/person) and dinner (MYR40/person), estimated rates only.
Q. Do I need to get travel insurance? Where can I get my travel insurance?
It is recommended to get travel insurance prior to your departure date. You may apply for your travel insurance with your local insurance provider.
Q. Are taxes & service fees and peak season surcharges already included in the package?
In most packages, taxes and service fees are included unless not stated. Peak season surcharges for hotel accommodation are not yet included in the package.
Q. Are there any tipping policies?
For this package, Tipping is mandatory at MYR5/adult per day and MYR3/child per day.
Q. How far in advance should I book?
It is advisable to book as early as possible once you are firm with your travel dates so you can avail of lower rates and hotel rooms are widely available.