Sarawak is an adventure destination unlike any other. It is Malaysia’s largest state and is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Niah Caves, numerous stunning national parks, one of the world's largest cave chambers, rare primates such as the orang-utan and the probosics monkeys, and many tribal villages and cultures including several former headhunter tribes.
Visitors can also adore the Rafflesia, the world's largest flower, and a vast number of hornbills, which gave Sarawak the nickname 'Land of the Hornbills'. Excellent infrastructure make it easy to reach most of the attractions in this huge state, and with modern cities such as Kuching, Miri and Sibu, visitors have the perfect mix of modernity, stunning nature, outdoor adventures, a huge diversity of cultures and relaxing beaches
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