SIC Departure : Daily. Minimum 2 pax.

Morning half day Kuching tour (3 hrs.), drive pass China Town to visit Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple, the oldest in Sarawak, view of Fort Margherita from the waterfront, across the Sarawak River (no pulic admission), the City Tower viewing platform, St Joseph Cathedral, the Syariah (Muslim) Court, The Satok Suspension Bridge, villages , the State Mosque and Jalan Gambier where colourful local markets are located beside the spice shops. View the Astana from the waterfront. Lastly, visit Sarawak Museum, one of the best museums in South East Asia. Overnight Hotel. (Meals: Breakfast)

Early morning depart to visit the Semenggok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre that houses the orang-utan, honey bears, hornbills and other protected species of wildlife, rescued from captivity. These wildlife are then carefully nurtured and rehabilitated into their natural surroundings. Witness the feeding of the orang utans subject to the animals approaching the feeding platform. Drive through the countryside, small towns, rice fields, rubber, palm oil and pepper plantation. Stop at a pepper plantation.
On arrival at the Batang Ai Dam, you will be ferried across to the Hilton Batang Ai Longhouse Resort. Check-in. Free at own Leisure. Overnight.

Overnight: Hotel Hilton Batang Ai Longhouse Resort
(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch)

Depart by native longboats for one of the rivers that feed into the Batang Ai Lake – Iban Longhouse. Along this river live the famous Ibans who were once the most fearsome pirates and headhunters. Today they live harmoniously as farmers, fishing and hunting in the surrounding jungles. Go for a nature walk in the surrounding jungle. The highlight of the tour is the traditional welcome with maidens in ceremonial regalia and the Ngajat dance. Tuak, the local rice wine is served and you will have a chance to try your hand at handling the blowpipe. For those who are game, there will also be a cockfighting demonstration.

In the afternoon, return to Kuching.
(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch)

Early morning you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Damai where you’ll board a motorized boat to Satang Island. It is where Sir James Brooke more than 150 years ago sailed up its waters on his schooner, the Royalist, to make a name for himself in Sarawak's modern history.

Cruising pass the swaying leaves of nipah palms, coconut and mangrove trees and fishing villages you may be able to catch glimpses of mudskippers foraging on the mud-banks or even tiny agile flying fish leaping across the bow of your boat. As the meandering river joins the South China Sea the boat will go pass Mt Santubong and you will see a great number of "kilong" structures along the shallow shores, the preferred and traditional style of fishing of local Malay fishermen.

Arrive at Satang Island, traditionally a haven for turtles on their migratory journey around the world. You can spend the time for swimming and snorkeling in the pristine waters of Satang, well known for its beautiful corals and colourful fishes. Pack lunch will be served.

Then, depart Satang Island to Santubong River & cruise along the river cruising on the complex ecosystem of the mangrove swamp vegetation, which is an important breeding ground for marine species such as mud- skippers, crabs, shellfish & small reptiles. Also can be found on the mangrove forest are different species of monkeys; long – tailed macaque, Silvered Langurs & proboscis monkeys.

As the cruise crisscross the mouth of the Santubong River to the South China Sea, in search of the rare Irrawaddy Dolphins ( Snubfin dolphin ) which is often seen swimming & diving around small fishing boats in the estuary. Visitor will need an eye to spot the dolphins at first but after a short wait, they can often be seen surfacing around the boat. Dolphin watching is not granted depending on tidal conditions.

Late afternoon, natures walk to waterfall at the foot of the Mt Santubong before transfer to hotel. (Meals: Breakfast, Packed lunch)

This is Sarawak’s oldest National Park. At 16 square kilometers, it is one of the smallest National park in Sarawak yet one of the most interesting because it contains almost every type of vegetation found in Borneo, from lush cliff and lowland dipterocarp forests to almost desert-like scrubs on the upper plateau. Among these vegetation is the carnivorous plant of the pitcher, sundews and bladderworts family. The mangrove forest provides a home for the long-nosed or proboscis monkeys (endemic only to Borneo), long-tailed macaques, silver-leaf monkeys, monitor lizards, deer and wild boars. We will go on a jungle walk and you may swim in the warm waters of the South China Sea while enjoying looking at unusual beauty of eroded rocks and cliffs.

Return to Kuching for your transfer for your onward flight or extend at the beach resorts.
(Meals: Breakfast/ Lunch)

What to bring for the longhouse:
Rain coat, hand torch, personal toiletries, cotton material clothing, swimming attire, body soap, walking shoes with rubber sole, anti – malaria tablets and sun tan/block lotion.

Note :
  • Tour to Bako National Park could be restricted during the months from November to February due to rainy season.
  • Full day of Satang Island and Santubong Wildlife Cruise is non operational from November to March due to rainy season. Cruise does not operate during rainy weather.
  • Onward flight for Day 6 if any must be after 1700hrs.


Per pax on twin share
Per pax on triple share
Single supplement
Meals : Breakfast Daily and 4 local lunches.
Peak surcharge Hilton Kuching,
July and August
~ Per room night 11.00
Peak surcharge Hilton Batang Ai,
July and August
~ Per room night

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