Sarawak is a Malaysian state located on the island of Borneo. There are many destinations that you can visit if you want to vacation in this area, especially nature-themed tours such as beaches, caves, and even preserved nature reserves.
If you want to visit Sarawak, the list below can be a guide for you.
- Bako National Park is the oldest national park in Sarawak. This national park has a coastline of cliffs and rocky headlands
- Gunung Mulu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes caves and unique rock formations
- The Semenggoh Animal Rehabilitation Center, Kuching, Sarawak is a natural orangutan conservation center
- Batang Ai National Park is the oldest area inhabited by the Iban tribe. There is a reservoir of 24 km which is fed by 4 tributaries
- Similajau National Park has many interesting areas such as Turtle Beach, Gold Beach, Sebubong Pond, and a unique suspension bridge
- Clear Water Cave is the 9th longest cave in the world with a length of about 224 km. Most are located on the western edge of Mount Api
- Similajau National Park has golden sandy beaches, small rocky headlands, and forest rivers. The area is about 8,996 hectares
- Gunung Gading National Park consists of a series of steep mountains. This national park is also home to the rare Rafflesia flower
- Goa Angin Nature Reserve has tunnels filled with bats. This area covers 6.16 hectares, including forests and rivers
- Tusan Bekenu Beach is a sloping beach with a beautiful stretch of sand. There is a blue tear phenomenon that attracts visitors
Well, those are 10 natural tourist destinations that you can enjoy in Sarawak. There are many options that you can choose according to your free spirit. Caves, beaches or nature reserves, which will you choose?