Sarawak Business Travel Guide

Out and About


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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