|1. Lau King Howe Medical Memorial Museum|
This hospital museum is in memory of philantropist Lau King Howe who donated a piece of land for the first Government hospital in Sibu. The hospital is no more there but Lau's name continues to be an inspiration to the people.
|2. Annah Rais Bidayuh Longhouse|
The Annah Rais Longhouse is an authentic Bidayuh longhouse located in the hill slope region outside of Kuching.
|3. Jalan Satok Sunday Market|
Take an outing to the market, and be prepared to face a bevy of smiles, fierce haggling and friendly faces in the true Sarawakian warmth and charm.
|4. Miri Golf Club|
Miri Golf Club is only a 25 minutes drive from Miri Airport and 15 minutes away from Miri city centre.
|5. Fort Margherita|
The design of this fortress was based on the late English Renaissance fortresses and castles. Named after the 2nd Rajah, Charles Brooke's wife, the Ranee Margaret, it was built in the defensive edifice/castle style of the late English renaissance.
|6. Kubah National Park|
Kubah, gazetted in 1988 is one of Sarawak's most accessible national parks (only 20 kilometres from Kuching) and yet it is probably the least known park in the state.
|7. Bukit Aup Jubilee Park|
This award-winning park offers a scenic view of the Igan River and the rustic countryside. Try to get up to the highest peak where there is a tower. There is a suspension bridge, a canteen, picnic huts, a little lake and tracks for joggers.
|8. Tamu Muhibbah|
Tamu Muhibbah is the local market where fascinating products from the Sarawakian interior are sold
|9. The Old Court House|
This building is perhaps one of the most magnificent buildings in Sarawak. The Court House was built in 1874 to bring together all government offices and be the venue for all state ceremonies.
|10. Gunung Mulu National Park|
Nature left its best creation right here! Covering an area of 544 sq. km, the park encompasses the second highest mountain in Sarawak, Mount Mulu (2,376 meters).