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Sarawak, or the ‘Land of Hornbills’, has a reputation for caves, wildlife and national parks. But few realise the state in Malaysian Borneo also features a variety of tropical beaches that make ideal spots for relaxing, snorkeling in the warm sea, or sharing a romantic moment with that special someone. Today we will share with you top 5 beaches in Kuching Sarawak.
The most beautiful beach in Kuching sits inside the Damai Beach Resort. Picture clean, orange sand curving and hugging the dense Borneo rainforests. Damai Beach is kept in immaculate condition to give the guests at the hotel an ultra-luxurious experience.
With huts and sun beds available at the resort and located next to Mount Santubong, Damai Beach is a favourite beach in Sarawak for Kuching residents. It takes less than an hour to get to Damai from the city centre.
Sematan Beach, Sematan
Approximately 120 kilometres (75 miles) from Sarawak’s Kuching, Sematan Beach near the border with Kalimantan is a favourite retreat for locals.
Once a fishing village, now an exclusive resort, the sandy stretch of coastline often rates among the best beaches in Sarawak. The long stretch of sand hugs the South China Sea and is kept in a pristine and litter-free condition by the resort.
Lot 295, Kpg Sungai Kilong,, Q529, Pekan Sematan, 94100 Sematan, Sarawak
Siar Beach Lundu
Relax, stroll on the white sand or have a relaxing swim in the sea. Visit Lundu Township with its friendly locals or stop by the fish market for catches for your BBQ. If you are lucky, the world’s largest flower “The Rafflesia” could be in full bloom at Gunung Gading National Park on your way to Siar Beach.
At The Lundu Retreat Beach Resort it offers the perfect escapade for an enjoyable and relaxing holiday. It also ideal for corporate events, meeting and seminars for up to 200 guests
The exquisite Resort on the south western tip of Borneo, is just an hour’s drive from Kuching, Capital city of Sarawak . It is tucked away in a secluded cove amidst lush tropical surroundings and scenic views of the South China Sea.