Our Packages

3D2N  River Cruise & Jungle Hike (RM560.00 Nett)

Day 1 – Upon arrival, you will be met and brought to The Kebun. Then you will be free to roam about the farm until evening where dinner will be made ready for you.

Day 2 – Breakfast on The Kebun. In the morning, tide permitting you will enjoy a cruise on our sampan down the Sungai Rayu river to see if we can catch a glimpse of wild  that may include monkeys, water monitors, eagles and crocodiles. On the way back we will drop in some floating fish farms and purchase the evenings dinner. Return to The Kebun for lunch and a short rest. In the afternoon you will be brought to either to Matang Wildlife Center or Kubah National Park, both minutes from The Kebun where you will be accompanied by a guide to walk through one of the many trials and even cool off in one of the many mountain streams. Return in the evening at your leisure and prepare for dinner.

Day 3 – After breakfast, free at leisure until your departure transfer to the airport or any location you desire.

3D2N Beach & Jungle (RM640.00 Nett)

Day 1 – Upon arrival, you will be met and brought to The Kebun. Then you will be free to roam about the farm until evening where dinner will be made ready for you.

Day 2 – Breakfast on The Kebun. In the morning you will travel to Gunung Gading National Park, a 2 hour drive from Kuching and is Sarawak’s main conservation area for the world’s largest flower. Gunung Gading National Park is located in the Lundu District, southwest of Sarawak. The Park consists of rugged mountain peaks which provide a scenic backdrop to the nearby beaches at Pandan and Siar. The waterfall ( Sungai Lundu ) is a popular recreational destination for both locals and foreign visitors. For the adventurous, you may hike to the peak of Mount Gading which is 900 meters high. Gading is the home to numerous rare plants including the world’s largest flower. At full bloom this giant flower stretches nearly one meter in width.

Head to the beach for a lunch picnic before dropping by to Lundu town for a quick trip into the market for some fresh seafood that will end up as your dinner. Head back to The Kebun for some rest and freshen up for dinner

Day 3 – After breakfast, free at leisure until your departure transfer to the airport or any location you desire.

4D3N Weekend Adventure (RM730.00 Nett)

Day 1 – Upon arrival, you will be met and transfer to the hotel. Free at leisure after checking in.

Day 2 – After breakfast, visit Sarawak Cultural Village. Built on a 17-acre site, next to a scenic man-made lake, the village boasts seven ethnic houses representative of the Malay, the Chinese, the Penan and the longhouses of the Bidayuh, Iban, Orang Ulu and the Melanau.  Authentically built and replete with traditional crafts, tools, utensils and artifacts the village has been dubbed as the “living museum” of Sarawak. Browse around the village and observe the inhabitants of the various houses display their skills in making traditional handicrafts such as beading, wood-carving, bamboo-carving, pua-weaving, etc. You can also view traditional methods of making sago, crushing sugar cane and how the Penans make blow-pipes and other hunting instruments. This tour includes a colourful cultural performance in a modern air-conditioned theatrette.

After lunch you will be brought to the Sunday Market. Fancy a traditional way of trading? The Sunday Market comes alive beginning Saturday afternoon till the afternoon of the next day. The market is so huge to walk to every corner of this market. It is divided into many sections such as food, fruits, vegetables, seafood, potted plants, jungle produce, pets, bundle clothing, magazines and everything you can think of.

The market is like a huge hypermarket, without air-conditioning. Some word of advice, wear shoes when you are entering fish and chicken areas. Those areas are wet in nature and the traders might not be ashamed to splash some water to your feet! It is open almost every weekend. However, during big celebrations like Gawai, Chinese New Year or Hari Raya, some stalls at are closed. Return to The Kebun for a rest and late dinner.

Day 3 – Fancy some border shopping? Serikin is situated at the boarder of Bau (a district of Sarawak) and also the border of Indonesia. It takes about 1-1.5 hour drive from the city of Kuching. Serikin is only opened on Saturdays and Sundays only because most of the purchasers are tourists from Kuching or some other nearby Sarawak district. You have to be here early, as early as 9.00 am to avoid the heat during afternoon.

You can buy clothes, imitation wallets/handbags, luggage, sunglasses, clothing, sarawak mats, porcelain ware, souvenirs, toys and food. Still some souvenirs might be still cheaper to buy in Kuching rather than to buy it here at this border market. Most of traders are Indonesians and most buyers are Malaysian tourist. Still don’t forget to bargain. Transaction is in Malaysian Ringgit.

Then we head for the Fairy Caves where you should be ready for a good workout climbing the stairs. After that we will adjourn to the Wind Caves for a late picnic lunch and some relaxation by the stream.

Proceed at leisure back to The Kebun or even drop into Bau town for a look see before getting ready for dinner back at The Kebun.

Day 4 – After breakfast, free at leisure until your departure transfer to the airport.

PLEASE NOTE :

  • Minimum 2 Persons
  • All Rate Quoted in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR) per person
  • Package includes all entrance fees
  • Includes 2 way Airport Transfer
  • Packages  includes all transportation
  • Guide is provided at no extra charge
  • All Food & Drinks provided including snacks
  • Itinerary subject to change to meet weather situations
  • Includes all Govt & Service tax

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