Known as the largest state in Malaysia, and as the Land of the Hornbills, Sarawak is a nature lover’s haven. With the Gunung Mulu National Park and Bako National Park, visitors can enjoy a plethora of activities such as hiking, kayaking, camping and scuba diving. Apart from the rainforests and the rivers, there’s also the Damai Beach which is perfect for water sports as well as bird watching. History lovers will no doubt enjoy a visit to the Chinese History Museum and the Islamic History Museum. Sarawak’s capital Kuching blends tradition and modernity in a quiet and unassuming manner. It’s no wonder then that most tourists include this in their list of places to go in Malaysia.