Let yourself go on a Malaysian expedition in the outskirt islands of Borneo and Sabah until you've found ground in Sarawak! In this state lies adventure, where the wilderness is safe in the homely confines of lush vegetation, rural neighborhoods, and renowned heritage sites known to sustain all forms of life. Witness and learn more about Sarawak's history at the renowned cultural site, the Crocodile Mud Image. To date, it is known as the Icon of Peace by the former Sultanate of Brunei to avoid warfare in the land. Explore in depth its south western counterparts just off Kuching city, where you'll find the stunning shapes of the Gua Sireh caves. Believed to be one of the earliest human settlements during the Stone Age, New Stone Age, and the Iron Age, archeological materials have been recovered inside the cavings from pottery shreds, food debris, animal bones, to shellfish. It is also found on this site the earliest crops of rice cultivation, considered to be the one of the first batches in the Southeast Asian region. Marvel at the unique yet stunning shapes that makeup its cavings – warm-toned swirls and curves decorated for effect. Don't forget to catch a glimpse of its innermost parts where you'll find clean and refreshing underground water. Complete with hotel transfers, lunch, travel insurance, and a friendly English or Chinese tour guide, these Sarawak packages have you covered. Book your tour schedule today and prepare yourself for a one-of-a-kind adventure exploring the world's unknown parts with Klook!