Our biggest mistake in Sarawak was leaving. We recently visited the two states of Borneo; Sarawak and Sabah, and absolutely loved every moment. We visited at the tail end of the rainy season, which meant that many of the activities we wanted to do in Sarawak were not possible. This meant we spent more time in Sabah. After four action packed days in Sarawak we are now bringing you this collection of our ten favourite photos.
Semi-wild orangutans make their way to the Semenggoh feeding platform.
A semi-wild orangutan at Semenggoh.
A boat trip on the Sarawak river in Kuching.
This is the world’s largest flower. It takes years to reach the flowering stage, and only flowers for five days. We were so lucky so see this Rafflesia in Sarawak.
Looking across the river to the Sarawak parliament.
A semi-wild orangutan eats a coconut in Semenggoh.
A view from the Sarawak river.
Lanterns prepare for the upcoming Chinese new year in Kuching.
The symbol of the city. “Kuching” means cat in Malay.
Some of our favourite food in Sarawak – laksa!