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The Kuching Waterfront, is the most popular gathering place in this capital city. The esplanade stretches for about 900 meter along the south bank of the Sarawak river.
Darul Hana Bridge
This S-shaped pedestrian suspension bridge opened to the public in November, 2017. The two viewing decks offer excellent 360- panaromic view of the Sarawak River.
Located on the banks of the Sarawak River. At dusk, the panoramic view surrounding the mosque when it is flooded with the light of the golden sunset accentuates the majestic architecture. In the evening, the Floating Mosque built on the Kuching’s heritage site will be illuminated by multi-coloured LED lights to increase the glow and ambience of the riverfront.
Chinese History Museum
The Chinese History Museum(Situated on the Waterfront opposite the Tua Pek Kong temple), Exhibits include the early trade routes, initial migration from various regions of China, geographical distribution, the early pioneers, traditional trading activities, the formation of trade and community associations, political history and the involvement of the Chinese community in modern, multi-racial Sarawak.
Source: Yeo Jiun Tzen
Author: Tamim Saad AlBeruny