Diverse Rainforest Haven:
A gateway between the sea and the deep Bornean rainforest,
Sarawak is home to one of the most diverse states in Malaysia
with 27 ethnic groups
Discover the Land of the Hornbills
Old Kuching offers the most unique experience of a historical city in a rainforest surrounding. Within a 20-minute walking radius, you will find key attractions, including the Kuching Waterfront, Old Court House, Borneo Cultures Museum, Carpenter Street, and Fort Margherita.
Old Court House
iCube Studio is an affordable coworking space, located in an iconic building right in heart of Kuching city. The Japanese Building is the only purpose-built administrative building by the Japanese Occupational Force during the Second World War.
Experience colonial Kuching in this uniquely restored 3-storey mansion built in 1885. A labour of love, with its many wooden stairs and intricate timber features salvaged and retained!
Umai (Sarawakian ceviche)
Kek Lapis (Layer Cake)
Deemed UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, Kuching is well-known for their tantalising local dishes like Sarawak laksa, kolok mee, umai, kuih lapis, and more.
Borneo Cultures Museum
Kuching’s city centre is entirely walkable and full of fascinating museums. Further afield, you can seep into the Mulu Caves with its dramatic peaks and valleys
Sarawak Digital District at a glance
A part of the Sarawak Digital and Innovation Ecosystem (SDIE), Old Kuching unlocks digital talents and small businesses through collaboration spaces, development programmes and access to the global market.