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This city is populated by about 64,000 people.
Kuching isn't too far from Asajaya, which is located 17 miles to the east. Kuala Lumpur, the nation's capital, is to be found 600 miles to the west.
It can sometimes be difficult to find activities that the entire family will enjoy. Luckily, sights such as Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Matang Wildlife Centre and Semenggoh Nature Reserve mean this won't be a problem in Kuching.
Come face-to-face with the fascinating animal kingdom and discover what goes into looking after some of its wildlife at the Matang Wildlife Centre. It's an eye-opening excursion for both youngsters and adults!
Places like the Sarawak Orchid Garden contribute to both local and worldwide plant preservation efforts. The extensive botanical collection found here is both fascinating and strikingly displayed.
Lay out a rug and watch the clouds roll over your head at a green space like Friendship Park and Bako National Park. Alternatively, get your body moving and let the kids burn off some energy by roaming around Kubah National Park or Kuching Wetlands National Park.
Is there anything more peaceful than feeling the salty air on your skin and listening to the sounds of the sea? Head to Damai Beach if you're craving a little breathing space.
You probably know about its must-see museums and malls, but don't forget that Kuching has some excellent natural sanctuaries too. Wind Cave and Fairy Caves are two to consider. Wind Caves and Mount Santubong are two more that are worth visiting.
If you're seeking to expand your mind or even just find shelter from a wet-weather day, the Cat Museum and the Chinese History Museum ought to be on your itinerary. Ask about guided tours or study the captivating displays in your own time. The Sarawak Islamic Museum and the Sarawak Museum are also decent alternatives.
Exhibiting a selection of the most recent science innovations, Sultan Iskandar Planetarium offers everything you need to keep your brain buzzing.
Let your eyes roam through the art-filled rooms of the Art Museum. When you've finished appreciating the striking pieces, why not relax with a coffee from a nearby café?
Delve into the secrets of the city's past at the Ethnology Museum. Through interesting information and artefacts, the exhibits highlight the characters and events that have shaped the area over time.
Take time to immerse yourself in a key piece of local history at at Fort Margherita and Rock Carvings.
If you've always found it difficult keeping up with the Joneses, spare a second thought for the poor neighbours of Astana Palace. The magnificent surrounds and lavish interior of this stately dwelling would be near impossible to beat!
Get a fill of both local faith and history at the Masjid Jamek and the Tua Pek Kong. The Kuching City Mosque and Hin Ho Bio are some other important places of worship to put on your itinerary.
Sometimes it's a destination's lesser-known attractions that offer the biggest surprises. With that in mind, think about visiting the Sarawak State Library, Kuching North City Hall and the Damai Golf & Country Club.