Sarawak, Land of the Hornbills, offers more than just an exotic holiday experience. In the huge East Malaysian state, there is historical landmarks, great food and lots of outdoor activities that can all add up to a meaningful and knowledge-seeking holiday.
More than anything else, this museum holds treasures that date back to between 0 AD and 780 AD. Pottery, ceramic, glass-beads and many presentations of rituals are showcased here for the future generation to know and learn about the history of this state.
Black gold that is more pungent than all peppers found in the world and is prized for its efficacy. No visitor is said to have landed in Sarawak if they don’t bring home a grinder of black pepper or kilos of either the peppercorns or ground pepper powder back home at the end of the visit.
Mulu National Park
Nothing is more beautiful here than the pinnacles that greet you as the plane prepares to fly into the park. The Park is world-renowned and there are many packages to go hiking and visiting the historical caves here.
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