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Entry Requirements Into Malaysia

For more information, please download the Entry Requirements Into Malaysia document below.

Malaysia Airlines Promo Code 

No  Promo Code  Selling Period  Travel Period  Discount  Origin & Destination 
1  MHIPS25 10 July – 16 July 2023  12 August – 1 September 2023  25% off  All to Kuching and return only (except Doha, Brisbane & China)   
2  MHIPS20  17 July – 19 August 2023  12 August – 1 September 2023  20% off  All to Kuching and return only (except Doha, Brisbane & China)  
Promo codes can only be applied for the following options:
1. Return travel, e.g., London – Kuching – London.
2. One-way travel, e.g., London – Kuching only.
Terms & Conditions:
1. Promo codes are applicable to Malaysia Airlines flights only.
2. Promo codes are not applicable to code-share flights.

Tour Packages

For more details of the tour packages, click on the download button below.

For tour booking, kindly fill up the booking form and return the completed form to Ms. Mok Venia via email.

Contact Info:
Tel: +6012-8881 480 / +6012-8832 820
Email: [email protected], [email protected]

Travel Guide

You may also download the PDF version of the Guidelines to Enter Sarawak here.


Emergency Contact

  1. Police Hotline (24 Hours) – +6082 244 444 
  1. Tourist Police – +6082 250 522 
  1. Traffic Police Station – +6082 241 133 
  1. Police – 999 
  1. Fire Department – 994 
  1. Emergency – 991 
  1. Sarawak General Hospital – +6082 257 555 
  1. Normah Medical Specialist Centre – +082 311 999 
  1. Timberland Medical Centre – +082 234 991 
  1. Borneo Medical Centre – +6082 507 333 
  1. Ambulance – +6082 230 689 
  1. Soul Well Pharmacy (ICOM Square) – +6082-332 601 
  1. Shine Pharmacy  (Waterfront) – +6082-597553  
  1. Visitor Information Centre – +6082 410 944 
  1. Immigration Department – +6082 230 280 
  1. Kuching Taxi – +6019 828 0676 
  1. Kuching Airport – +6082 454 242 
  1. Emergency (Mobile Only) – 112 

Sarawak Highlights

Borneo Musuem_Borneo Museum


With a total of 6,726 square metres of exhibition space, Borneo Cultures Museum is the second largest museum in South East Asia. It first opened its doors to the public on 9th March 2022. Visitor are encouraged to pre-book their visits. Entry is limited to 500 pax in the building at a time. Online bookings can be made for morning and afternoon visits, from 1st March 2022 onwards.


Perfect place for seafood lovers. Wide variety of sea food stalls where you can order fresh seafoods as well as Sarawak’s local delicacies.

Top Spot
Choon Hui


A popular place for having local breakfast amongst the locals and tourists. Famous with Sarawak Laksa which are priced at RM6 for a small bowl, RM8 for a big bowl and RM10 for the special.


The market stalls offer a huge variety of local produce from snacks, local delicacies, fruits, vegetables, fresh meat, fresh fish, eggs, plants, pets, jungle produce to clothing, accessories, newspapers, toys, fashion items, local craft items and souvenirs.

Sunday market


A street shop-concept with 2 straight rows of shop lot and the middle walkway is vacant for dining tables and chairs. Famous with hawkers selling local, Taiwanese and Korean delicacies such as barbeque chicken, grilled seafood, fresh vegetables, desserts and more. Visitors as well can enjoy Karaoke activities and historical shops.

Food to Eat in Kuching

Sarawak Laksa

It is one of the unique signature dishes of Kuching, the broth has the perfect blend of spiciness, herbs, and tanginess blended with the light creamy taste of coconut milk.

Mee Kolo/Kolok Mee

Mee kolo or kolok mee is a Malaysian dish of dry noodles tossed in a savoury meat and shallot mixture, topped off with fragrant fried onions originated from the state of Sarawak. Mee kolo is a Sarawakian favourite, and is served any time of the day for breakfast, lunch or supper!

Midin Belacan

Midin is a wild fern that grows in the jungles of Sarawak. It has a crunchy texture and is one of the most popular vegetables in the state. Midin can be eaten as part of a local salad (kerabu) or stir-fried with shrimp paste (belacan) and chilis. Some versions of the latter also include fried anchovies or salted fish to add another layer of flavour to this humble dish.


A few of the prominent seafood restaurants in Kuching are namely Rock Road Seafood Restaurant and Top Spot Food Court where you can enjoy fresh and wide variety of sea food delicacies as well as Sarawak’s local delicacies.

Going Around Kuching

Car Rental

There are several car rental services you could opt for from our local tour agencies. A few car rental counters are also available at Kuching International Airport for you to book right after exiting the arrival gate.

Taxi / Grab

Book a Grab or Taxi from anywhere in Kuching to reach your destination. Download the Grab application on your smartphone to book your Grab ride and for more information on how to book Taxi, visit or click on the icon.

Hydrogen Bus

Hop on to Sarawak Metro’s eco-friendly H2 bus ride. Check out the available routes and schedule by clicking on the icon.

Available Flight to Kuching

There are few Airlines offers flights to Kuching, Sarawak from various cities within Malaysia, as well as from international destinations such as Singapore and Jakarta. Mostly airlines operates regular flights to Kuching International Airport (KCH) from its hub in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) . Flight duration from Kuala Lumpur to Kuching typically takes around 1 hour and 40 minutes.

It is always advisable to check the airline website for any updates or changes in flight schedules, as well as to check the current travel restrictions and requirements due to COVID-19. 

Malaysian Airline (MAS)

Malaysia Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Malaysia. The airline was founded in 1947 as Malayan Airways and later became Malaysia-Singapore Airlines before eventually being renamed as Malaysia Airlines. The airline operates flights to destinations in Asia, Europe, and Australia from its hub at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The airline is well known for its premium services and its reputation for safety, and it is a member of the oneworld airline alliance.


AirAsia is a low-cost airline based in Malaysia. The company was founded in 1993 and began operations in 1996. AirAsia has since grown to become one of the largest low-cost airlines in the world, with a fleet of over 200 aircraft and serving destinations across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. The airline is known for its low-cost fares and its no-frills approach to air travel, with a focus on providing affordable travel options for budget-conscious travelers. AirAsia operates flights to over 165 destinations in 25 countries. The company also has subsidiaries in other countries including AirAsia India, AirAsia Japan, AirAsia X, and Thai AirAsia.


MYAirline is a new low cost carrier based in Malaysia founded in 2021.It is headquartered in Subang Jaya, Selangor and primarily operates from KLIA2, the low-cost carrier terminal of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA 2) The airline began its maiden flight on 1 December 2022 to Kuching International Airport.

Batik Air

Batik Air Malaysia (formerly known as Malindo Air) is a Malaysian full service carrier, an associate carrier of Indonesian Lion Air Group, with headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.The original name Malindo signifies a cooperative pact between Malaysia and Indonesia.The airline operates regular flights to Kuching International Airport (KCH) from its hub in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL).


Scoot Pte Ltd, operating as Scoot, is a Singaporean low-cost airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines.It began its operations on 4 June 2012 on medium and long-haul routes from Singapore, predominantly to various airports throughout the Asia-Pacific. Scoot's airline slogan is Escape the Ordinary.

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