KUCHING (April 6): With Sarawak’s borders reopening to domestic and international travellers, many people here are recommending tourists to visit places of interest in the state.
Gabriellia Hazel, 24, recommended travelers visit the Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) to learn more about the diverse cultures and ethnic groups in the state.
“For those who love nature, I can recommend Niah National Park. Apart from enjoying the flora and fauna, they can also learn the history of the Great Cave and the Trader’s Cave in the park,” she said when contacted yesterday.
Fred Donald also recommended tourists visit SCV, saying there are many things foreign travelers need to know about our culture and ethnic groups.
He also recommended that they also visit the Museum of Borneo Cultures.
“There are many other places in Kuching that travelers can visit. For me the best places are SCV and Borneo Cultures Museum.
“They can visit these places and learn about Sarawak’s history, culture and people,” he added.
Cecelia Jeleny, 33, meanwhile encouraged travelers to visit her hometown of Lubok Antu and see Batang Ai National Park and Lubok Antu River Park for themselves.
“I would personally like to show them around my hometown so that I can play a role in promoting Lubok Antu to the world,” she said.
Cecelia also recommends visitors to travel to Sri Aman to see Fort Alice and Sri Aman Waterfront.