Kuching is the state capital of Sarawak and is described as one of the most attractive cities in Southeast Asia. This stylish city has a delightful blend of modern structures with an old-world charm.
The Semenggoh Wildlife Centre was established in 1975 to care for wild animals which have either been found injured in the forest, orphaned, or were previously kept as illegal pets. The centre is situated within the boundaries of the Semenggoh Nature Reserve, approximately 24 km from Kuching. Semenggoh Wildlife centre is also a centre for the study of orang utan biology and behavior, as well as a safe and natural haven for dozens of semi-wild orang utan, ranging from tiny infants and boisterous adolescents to dignified mature adults, enjoying life in a secure natural habitat.
Fairy Caves which is also known as Gua Kapor to the locals is located about 50 km from the capital and getting here is quite easy provided you are accompanied by a proper tour guide. The caves are about 8km to the nearest town called Bau which used to be a gold mining town back in the day. Fairy caves is also said to resemble a Chinese deity. Highlighted by the green moss and the great contrasts between the light entering the cave and its shadowy darkness, Fairy Caves offers many opportunities for the avid photographers.
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