Malaysia’s largest state, Sarawak is located on the northwest side of Borneo. With 27 indigenous groups, Sarawak invites you to experience a colourful ethnic diversity & a fascinating array of attractions.
Explore historical Kuching & discover the legends of the White Rajahs, or seek an authentic ‘jungle’ experience with a variety of nature, culture & adventure offerings. Sarawak is renowned for it’s long, wide rivers, & the longboats used to travel these water highways to the deep interior. Here you will find the land of ‘head-hunters & hornbills’, where you can visit & be hospitably entertained.
A peaceful, clean & safe land, Sarawaks beaches, rainforests, flora & fauna will entice you off the beaten track & once visited, you’ll want to return. We have featured a range of hotels in Sarawak to provide the best in comfort and convenience for you.
Malaysia Holidays tours show the best that Sarawak has to offer, with a more personal touch.
The distinction between the wet and dry seasons is fairly distinct in Sarawak with the highest rainfall in January and the lowest in June and July. Temperatures remain fairly constant throughout the year and average between 23°C and 32°C depending on both location and time of year. The beaches near Kuching on the coast of Sarawak have a distinct drier season between April – September, and are virtually guaranteed rain during December and January. Inland areas of Sarawak generally experience quite high levels of rain throughout the year, with a slight dip between June and August. Sarawak experiences roughly 250 rainy days every year and it is therefore better to be prepared for rain than try and avoid it.