Sarawak can be accessed via efficient air links with frequent flights from Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu and Penang in Peninsular Malaysia as well as from Singapore, Brunei and Jakarta.
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Kuching, the capital of Sarawak. Kuching welcomes visitors warmly, but it does not put on an act for them. Instead, it goes about its own business in a relaxed manner that hasn’t changed in 160 years. Sarawak is a unique and enjoyable tourism destination, and Kuching is the ideal base from which to go exploring. The nearby national parks include the famous Bako, home of the rare proboscis monkey, Gunung Gading, where giant rafflesia flowers bloom, Kuching Wetlands, which protects a fascinating mangrove ecosystem, Kubah, with its rare palms and orchids, and Semenggoh and Matang Wildlife Centres with their resident orangutans.
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