Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Damai Kuching - Peace and seclusion

FOR centuries, Damai, on the northwest coast of Borneo, has been a magnet for all kinds of travellers. Its history is rich with tales of wealthy merchants, romantic adventurers, explorers and pirates. Today, Damai attracts travellers of a different kind – holidaymakers looking for peace and seclusion in an idyllic setting on the shores of a tropical sea, surrounded by the rainforest-clad slopes of Mount Santubong. However, Damai – just about 40 minutes’ drive from Kuching, the capital of Sarawak – offers visitors far more than peace and seclusion.

Perfect Holiday Setting

Think international-class resort, glorious sun and sea, an award-winning world-class ‘living museum’, an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course (the first in Malaysia), an adventure in the world’s oldest tropical rainforest and a host of exciting recreational and sightseeing opportunities right at your doorstep.

It’s all here at the Damai Beach Resort set on Teluk Bandung’s sandy beach facing the South China Sea and nestled within the world’s oldest tropical rainforest. Its outstanding architecture is one of harmonious variations modelled on a fishing-village theme.

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