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Kuching is the capital and largest city of the East Malaysian state of Sarawak and the district of Kuching, as well as the largest city on the island of Borneo.
Bintulu is a part coastal, part riverine town, and the capital of Bintulu District in the Bintulu Division of Sarawak, Malaysia.
The Kelabit Highlands is a highland plateau in the interior of Sarawak in Malaysia.
The Rejang River is the longest river in Sarawak as well as Malaysia. The river and its tributaries serve as the main access route to the vast Sarawak hinterland which is dotted by small fronteir towns and longouses inhabited by the state's many tribes.
Miri is a small city in northern Sarawak on the Malaysian island of Borneo. It has a population of about 300,000.
Bako National Park is in Sarawak, Malaysia, and is home to the bizarre, obscene-nosed proboscis monkey.
Gunung Mulu National Park is in Sarawak on the island Borneo, near the border with Brunei.
Limbang is a small town in northern-most part of Sarawak. It is the capital of the division of the same name.
Lawas is a small frontier town in the northeastern corner of Sarawak state in Malaysian Borneo.
Simunjan is a friendly small town in the also named district of Simunjan, located 65km off the main road between Serian and Sri Aman.
Igan is a small district located in the Batang Igan river estuary at Mukah Division in the central region of Sarawak.
Set under the spectacularly steep 810 peak of Gunung Santubong, the Santubong Peninsula is home to Sarawak's finest beach resorts and its famous Cultural Village.
Sarikei is a town in Sarawak, East Malaysia. There are 2-3 major shopping centres in Sarikei, namely Ngiu Kee, Everise, Everwin and Nam Leong.
Mukah is a small coastal town located in the Mukah Division in the central region of Sarawak.
Kubah National Park is in Sarawak, East Malaysia. It only takes 40 minutes to get from Kuching to Kubah by car.
Bintangor is the capital of the Meradong District in Sarikei Division, of Sarawak, in eastern Malaysia.