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Sarawak Business Travel Guide - - Front Page -

BE­TWEEN SARAWAK’S END­LESS nat­u­ral beauty and en­tic­ing cities, you will be spoilt for choice dur­ing your busi­ness trip. It is to be ex­pected that the ma­jor­ity of your time there will be spent in its cap­i­tal city, how­ever with thanks to its ex­cel­lent con­nec­tions by air you have the op­por­tu­nity to en­joy so much more.

Some of the nat­u­ral high­lights to be found in Sarawak in­clude the caves of Gu­nung Mulu Na­tional Park - some of the largest in the world and not to be missed - and the orang­utans of Se­men­goh.

If you are look­ing for more of a cul­tural city ex­pe­ri­ence and have a morn­ing spare in your sched­ule, you will find Sarawak Cul­tural Vil­lage the per­fect place and only a 45 minute drive from Kuch­ing. There you will en­counter a liv­ing mu­seum with an ar­ray of tribes - in­clud­ing Iban, Me­lanau and Bi­dayuh - and ar­chi­tec­tural feats, all lo­cated at the foot of Mount San­tubong.

Back in the cap­i­tal city and busi­ness hub of Sarawak, you’re treated to an ex­cep­tional ar­ray of ho­tels that are likely to ex­ceed ex­pec­ta­tions. Sarawak is renowned for its friendly at­mos­phere and hospitable na­ture, en­abling you to feel fully re­laxed while away from home. A prime ex­am­ple of this can be found at The Water­front Ho­tel, lo­cated on top of the Plaza Merdeka Shop­ping Cen­tre and look­ing out over the Sarawak River.

When it comes to culi­nary treats there is some­thing to suit every taste, with anything you could pos­si­bly want rang­ing from fine din­ing to street-style op­tions. You will en­joy a feel­ing of re­lax­ation in all as­pects of your time in Sarawak, be that in your work­ing day or free time spent ex­plor­ing the state.

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