A Glimpse of Sarawak in Malaysia Map Of Sarawak If you are planning for a holiday to escape the crowd of daily life and get back to nature, Sarawak certainly is a promising choice in Malaysia. This largest state of Malaysia boasts the wealth of wildlife and diverse eco-system. You are going to unwind by having adventure in here and taste of the bush since it is well-known for a range of awe-inspiring national parks, caves and indigenous rich cultural heritage. Kuching Landmark The major city and capital of Sarawak is Kuching, where 26 native groups live. At the doorstep of Kuching, Sarawak's cultural village represents a multi-ethnic society that considers as live museum. Visitors will get an introduction of different indigenous groups of east Malaysia in here. The village reflects the lifestyle of different indigenous groups like dwellings, crafts and traditions. However, traditional dances are the main attraction of the village due to the vibrant and colorful performances of native people. Largest Cave In The World, Mulu Cave. A good number of national parks are scattered in the different parts of Sarawak and few of them are- Bako Park, Batang Ai Park, Gunung Gading Park, Gunung Mulu and Niah Cave National Park. The wide and virgin rainforests of these Parks own exotic creatures, flora and shrubs. These parks offer magnificent views of wildlife that includes wild pigs, lizards, the near extinct orangutans, hornbills, different species of Monkeys like silver-leaf monkey, proboscis monkeys and gibbons. Rafflesia What is more, Refflesia, the world's largest flower, is available in Gunung Gading National Park. This park is also worthy to visit for picturesque mountain stream for swimming.A cat museum has established in Kuching and that features and preserves things related with cats. This is certainly an exceptional museum in the world. In addition, many old buildings can be found in here, even the building of sixteenth century. The city is divided by the river of Sarawak and its waterfront is worthwhile to visit. The other attractions of Sarawak are crocodile farm, Wind and Fairy cave, wildlife sanctuary.Sarawak is indeed a combination of culture, heritage and nature for abundant birth-taking views and wildlife. For this reason it can be considered as a hidden paradise of Malaysia. You will certainly experience the joy of endless adventures by visiting Sarawak. This stunning part of Malaysia not only helps you to wind down your stress but also recharge you to kick-start the life newly.