Sarawak is Malaysia’s largest state on Borneo Island.

Dense rainforest covers most of the territory. A handful of cities line the South China Sea coast. Capital Kuching usually gets the highest number of international visitors.

Step away from the cities and find nature spanning in all directions. Visit one of the state’s 25 national parks. Or explore their world-famous caves and photograph otherworldly environments.

Join mangrove river cruises and go kayaking along the rivers for different perspectives of this lush environment. Keep your eyes open for rare primates including proboscis monkeys and orangutans.

Crazy Tourist explores the 25 best things to do in Sarawak to get a taste of the jungle, stay at a tribal longhouse and attend a secret rainforest music festival.

Sourced from The Crazy Tourist