Cycling tracks in Kuching Sarawak

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On the state’s tourism website, www.sarawaktourism.com, cycling tours of the “Land of the Hornbills” are highlighted, with tailored rides to heritage sites, tiny rural communities, deep rainforests, huge rivers, and mist-shrouded mountains.

The moderate pace of a bike trip allows tourists to get up up and personal with Sarawak’s distinctive fauna, nature, and culture.

Kuching is the ideal place to introduce a family to simple and pain-free cycling routes and tours for newbies to the cycling holiday craze. You can go at your own leisure or join a group led by an expert guide to discover gorgeous paths. In Kuching, both choices are available. If the notion of riding a bike in a Malaysian metropolis makes you nervous, be assured that Sarawakians are the most respectful drivers in the country. Begin on the riverfront boulevard, then explore the streets that lead to Chinatown or cross the river to see Malay villages.

The following is a list of tour companies that offer a variety of guided tours. Check them out and start planning your family vacations to Malaysia, particularly Sarawak, as soon as possible.

Resources for cyclists written by cyclists.

Bikemap
Bikemap is a website that allows riders from all over the world to exchange their bike routes. In Kuching, there are already over 60 routes, with another 17 in locations like Miri and Sibu.
7 Western Riding Routes Sarawak’s Beaches and Back Roads
Jay Blakeney, a retired Canadian forest engineer and outdoor enthusiast, describes seven unique excursions on Sarawak’s back roads and beaches.
Old Dog Rides Again – Ah Pek Biker
Read about his adventurous bicycle exploits across the world, especially in Kuching, on this blog. It also offers a lot of good information regarding flying with bikes (which airlines charge and which don’t), as well as suggestions like which tools should not be taken in hand luggage.
Check out the companies listed below for a perfectly designed bike vacation conducted by a professional cycle tour company.

Borneo Paradesa
Phone: 082-238801 Email: [email protected] Address: Wayang Street, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak
Paradesa Borneo offers a variety of local cycling day excursions as well as multi-day itineraries ranging from three to fifteen days in length.

Phone: 010-63096899; 013-8042118 Email: [email protected] Semadang Adventure 1st Floor, Batu Kawah New Township, Jalan Batu Kawah, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak Phone: 010-63096899; 013-8042118

Semadang Adventure also offers kayaking, caving, and bamboo rafting activities in addition to mountain biking, as well as combination packages such as the Semadang Kayaking & Mountain Biking expedition.

Reference: https://www.SarawakTourism.com

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