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Business class flights to Kuching

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About Business class flights to Kuching

parliament building in Kuching

Kuching, the capital and largest city in the East Malaysian province of Sarawak is beautifully nestled on the island of Borneo. The city with a heady concoction of colonial and contemporary vibes beautifully showcases culture, craft and cuisines in a beautiful setting. And the response is nothing short of overwhelming. Travellers often book business class flights to Kuching which offers a perfect treat to their senses. Whether you are a beach bum, heritage lover, cuisines connoisseur or a family vacationer; Kuching has something for travellers with varying needs. What makes it all the more interesting is its proximity to several day trip destinations.

Useful Information

  • A trip to Kuching should be planned between March and October.
  • The city has been declared as one of the cleanest cities in Asia so there are no pollution concerns.
  • Travellers should behave in accordance with the local culture.

Blessed with spectacular beauty the destination receives flights from almost all the major cities worldwide. A large part of population speaks Malay and other ethnic tongues while there are a decent number of English speakers. On arrival, the guests have enough means to get around the city and explore its beautiful surroundings. There are buses, taxis and cars to make getting around quite easy. The tourists will be amazed to see its vast array of tourist attractions.

Tua Pek Kong Temple which is situated in Padungan is the oldest Chinese temple in the city. The temple keeps hosting festivals round the year. Sultan Iskandar Planetarium which is the first planetarium ever built in Malaysia is a great place for family vacationers. Kuching Civic Centre is also worth exploring while you are visiting this city. Kuching City Mosque which is situated adjacent to the open air market is also worth visiting. Jamek Mosque is also an important place for worship that should be visited. Besides kuching is also home to several museums that offers a great insight into the history and culture of the city. Sarawak Museum which is the oldest museum on the island showcases various ethnic and historical artefacts. Dewan Tun Abdul Razak which is the New Wing of the Sarawak Museum offers you enough opportunities to see changing exhibitions. The Sarawak Islamic Museum consisting of 7 galleries has a replica of sword used by Prophet Muhammad as its prized possession. Chinese History Museum, Fort Margherita, The Cat Museum, Sarawak Timber Museum, Sarawak Textile Museum and Pua Kumbu Museum are other museums situated in the city.

Kuching Flights

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