3 Days 2 Nights Kuching Weekend Package ~ Sarawak, Borneo
Later, proceed for dinner transfer to Siniawan Night Bazaar Tour (Dinner own self). up by the folks / kapitan, between two rows of wooden shops, you will find a short stretch of stalls selling handmade stuff and of course food and cakes. Its not only Chinese food, you will get Malay and natives selling there too. The old quiet bazaar is brought to life every Friday and Saturday evening starting 6.30pm to 10pm. Local folks sing life on stage, red lanterns stringed from one end to the other. Don’t forget to try the Lui Teh, and the Ngo Hiang here, which is very recommended for a food lover!! (non-halal)
Borneo ~ Sarawak ~ Kuching ~ City
Minimum no. of Persons
Place of Departure
3 Days 2 Nights Kuching Weekend Package ~ Valid till 31st December 2017
(rates based on per person per package)
for Malaysians, Indonesians, Bruneians & Singaporeans only
- 02 nights accommodation at City hotel of your choice.
- 02 Breakfast, 02 Lunch
- Guided Kuching City Tours, Serikin, Wind & Fairy cave, Siniawan Night Market
- (All guided tours are included of entrance fee)
- Airport – Hotel – Airport return transfer.
- Experienced English / Mandarin / B.M. speaking guide.( based on request)
- 6% GST
- Airfare & Airport Taxes.
- Tipping for guide/driver @ min. (RM 5 per pax per day.)
- Optional Tour.
- Travel Insurance & Personal MISC Expenses.
Child rate :
Child with ½ share twin room @ 90% of adult rate.
Child with extra bed @ 80% of adult rate.
Child without bed @ 70% of adult rate.
Child Ages range from 3- 11 yrs .
- Cat Museum Close for Public Holiday
- Strictly for Malaysian, Indonesian, Brunei & Singaporean only.
- Sequence of the tour is subject to change. : Surcharges & Peak Season subject to change without prior notice.
- S.O.T. = Suggest Optional Tour is chargeable accordingly to the tour tariff).
Peak season surcharge duringNew Year 1st January, Labour Day 1st May, Hari Raya Puasa 1st. and 2nd Day, Gawai Dayak 1st. and 2nd June, Christmas 25th December RM53per person per day. Peak season surcharge during Chinese New Year RM84per person per day. (28th -30th Jan 2017) Hotel’s Peak season apply to; 3* Abell, The Lime Tree, M hotel, Harbour View S/C RM32P/N (14-16July 2017) 4*Grand Margherita, Ariva Gateway, Citadines, S/C RM42P/N (14th-16th July 2017) 5* Pullman, Hilton, Riverside,S/C RM53P/N (14th – 16th 2017)
3 Days 2 Nights Kuching Weekend Package Itinerary (GLT64)
Day 01 Arrival – Kuching City & Shopping Tour ( Dinner)
Meet upon arrival at Kuching International Airport. Then, proceed for 3 hours Kuching City Tour. Experience the beauty of multi-racial community and see places of interest & the essential part of Kuching includes the building of the White Rajah, (Colonial Law Court, Clock Tower, Charles Brooke Memorial, Post Office, Square Tower), bustling Chinatown, Chinese Temple. Discover the treasure of Sarawak Museum , Sightseeing to Astana, Malay Village & Kuching Water Front. After tour complete; assist transfer to hotel for check in. Evening transfer to local restaurant for dinner.
Day 02: Serikin / Wind & Fairy cave / Siniawan Night Market (Breakfast / Lunch )
Meet up hotel lobby and proceed for an hour drive to Bau –The Gold Mining Town .Proceed to Serikin, a favorite haunt for bargain hunters-ideally located at Sarawak-Indonesia Border .Here you can find the verities of jungle produce, the antiques and handicrafts such as wood and bamboo carving, mattress, clothing and many more items offered for sale. Lunch at local restaurant. After that proceed for FAIRY & WIND CAVE. Fairy Cave and Wind Cave are about 50 min drives from Kuching City. The Fairy Cave is about 3-storey high. After a quick climb through the cave with torchlight, the cave opens up into a main chamber. Sunlight streams into the chamber, enabling you to view the limestone formation of several types. View the beautiful and some eerie shape of nature creations, the stalactites and stalagmites. There is a formation that has been likened to the Goddess of Mercy which at about 3 meters in height resembles a woman dressed in classical Chinese robes, look down benignly upon worshippers. Another formation looks like an old man crouching down. Then proceed to the Wind Cave which only about 10 min drive away. Walking along the platform, you will find that this dark-tunnel like cave is filled with bats and swiftest. Look around the wall of the cave with torchlight and you might be lucky to spot the bird nest with some eggs in it After that, proceed for dinner transfer to Siniawan Night Bazaar Tour (Dinner own self). up by the folks / kapitan, between two rows of wooden shops, you will find a short stretch of stalls selling handmade stuff and of course food and cakes. Its not only Chinese food, you will get Malay and natives selling there too. The old quiet bazaar is brought to life every Friday and Saturday evening starting 6.30pm to 10pm. Local folks sing life on stage, red lanterns stringed from one end to the other. Don’t forget to try the Lui Teh, and the Ngo Hiang here, which is very recommended for a food lover!! (non-halal)
Day 03 Shopping Tour / Departure – Kuching Airport (Breakfast)
Meet up hotel lobby and depart for Half-Day Shopping Spree .Start your shops at 7th Miles –place to buy handicrafts such as wood and bamboo carving, mattress “Tikar Sarawak” and visit to the pottery Factory .Here you will have the opportunity how this well-known pottery is made and may obtain a few to be taken home as souvenir. Visit Bird’s Nest Processing Centre .Proceed to Sarakraf pavilion ,the Sarawak Art and Craft Heritage Centre.See live demonstrations including wood carving from Orang Ulu and Iban tribes ,Sarawak Ceramic,weaving of Sarawak Malay ,weaving of Iban pua Sungkit, Pua Kumbu and Kain Karap ,Beadwork of Orang Ulu and Iban ,and weaving of bamboo basket from dayaks community. Visits to Kubah Ria Wet Market to grab some of the very famous our local “Ikan Terubok Masin’. Continue with a stop a The Sarawak Steamship Building-now known as Kuching Waterfront Bazaar selling a wide range of handicrafts and souvenirs and walk along the Main Bazaar –the oldest street in the city & excellent place to buy Borneo arts, crafts and antique items. After that transfer to kuching airport for departure flight.