A trip to Sarawak pro­vides the per­fect com­bi­na­tion of na­ture’s mar­vels with a busi­ness-minded edge and cul­tural splen­dours around every cor­ner

Sarawak Business Travel Guide - - Front Page - Writer: Phoebe Calver Project Man­ager: Joe Pal­liser

Malaysia’s largest state, Sarawak has opened up ac­cess to the nat­u­ral won­ders lo­cated within Bor­neo and end­less cul­tural surprises. A trip to Sarawak will leave you spoilt for choice, whether you’re ex­plor­ing per­haps the is­land's most dy­namic city, Kuch­ing or find­ing your way around its ex­quis­ite rain­forests.

If you are one for get­ting out of the city in your spare time and re­ally im­mers­ing your­self in the more nat­u­ral el­e­ments your des­ti­na­tion has to of­fer, in Sarawak you will be able to spot orang­utans, croc­o­diles and pro­boscis mon­keys among the re­gion's abun­dance of wildlife.

This re­ally is the per­fect spot when it comes to pack­ing a lot into your busi­ness trip, with an ar­ray of day trips and shorter ex­cur­sions avail­able that will leave you with plenty of time to set­tle in for a de­li­cious meal by the water­front.

Known as one of Malaysia’s most cul­tur­ally di­verse states, Sarawak is a warm­ing area in every sense of the word; down to the friendly and hospitable na­ture of its res­i­dents, or in­deed the tem­per­a­ture.

Per­haps un­like the ma­jor­ity of your busi­ness trips, you will find Sarawak of­fers a truly au­then­tic ex­pe­ri­ence. Free from a heavy tourist in­flu­ence, the state al­ready has an ex­tra­or­di­nary mix­ture of peo­ple and cul­tures which will leave you with a true un­der­stand­ing of life in Sarawak.


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