Sarawak lies to the south-west of its near neighbour Sabah sharing its northern border with the Sultanate of Brunei and with Indonesian Kalimantan to the south. Sarawak is known locally as Bumi Kenyalang. The state is rich in natural wonders, all located within its many national parks, including Gunung Mulu, Niah Caves and Bako, the latter easily accessible from the exotic state capital, Kuching, the city of cats and home to the fascinating Sarawak Cultural Village. Sarawak’s vast interior is interlaced with many river systems allowing access to the verdant rainforest interior and the villages and homesteads of the ethnic Iban and Bidayuh tribes people that live there. A visit to an Iban longhouse is a unique experience that will stay with you forever.