As the largest city in the island of Borneo and the capital of Sarawak (The Land of the Hornbills), this East-Malaysian destination has been a long-time favourite for those who seek out nature with a tinge of city life. The Cat City is a melting pot of different cultures. Head on over to the Sarawak Cultural Village to see the many ethnic tribes like the Iban, Melanau, Bidayuh, Orang Ulu and Dayak that play a big part in Kuching's unique colours. For outdoor lovers, you can trek, climb, hike or bask in natural beauty when you explore Bako National Park, Mount Santubong, Fairy Caves and Semenggoh Nature Reserve. If you're an animal lover, then the Kuching Cat Museum, The Great Orangutan Project, Matang Wildlife Centre and Jong's Crocodile Farm are the places for you to get up close and personal with them. Kuching town also boasts wonderful nightlife with lively bars and music performances throughout the night!