Kuching is Sarawak's capital and Sarawak is in East Malaysia ( Some people call it Borneo). It is the cleanest state in Malaysia with beautiful nature and fresh air. The people there are just so friendly, not to mention the sky there is always blue! Do not depend on the public transport as I rarely saw one when I was there. Go and rent a car, it's cheap and I recommend Flexicar.
This is Kuching International Airport. It's very hard for one to spot a piece of rubbish wherever they go. Look at the sky...it's 3D..
Look at the road and the park, very clean right?
Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple in Kuching is the oldest temple in Kuching.The temple is the oldest temple in Kuching. It is believed to have been built in 1843, while the official records only recognize its existence in 1876. With presence more than a century, the temple is well maintained. I personally think that it's too colourful for such an old temple. It should be preserved and be its own natural colour. But it's still worth a look.
The Spring Shopping Complex is the biggest shopping complex in Kuching.It's the only decent big shopping complex that one can find there. Going to Kuching is not about shopping but to visit their nature.
Kuching Waterfront is a must visit. It is very beautiful during sunset and the night view is great.
It is very nice to walk along the Waterfront, strolling and just enjoy the peaceful surrounding there.
Above is Medan Tempat Letak Kereta, It looks like a car park from this picture. I wouldn't have entered it if it was not for the two tourist bus parked there. Out of curiosity, we followed the many people up to the roof top. Surprise surprise, a big hawker centre is right at the top full of seafood!
Ta da! The view from the roof top. Savour the many choices of food available there!
Oh, the not to be missed wild vegetables 'Miding' is a must to try. It tastes like 'paku' veg. Beware of the amount of MSG/Maggie cubes they use in their food.