The largest state in Malaysia, Sarawak boasts of magnificent ancient rainforests, colourful marine life, rich cultural heritage and wild landscapes to ultra-modern cityscpaes. The huge number of hornbills found in Sarawak made this state known as the Land of the Hornbills. Kuching, the capital of Sarawak is located on the banks of the Sarawak River. Sarawak’s second lasrgest town, Sibu is located along the banks of Rejang River is a bustling trading spot. The town is also the main staging point for up rivers safaris to the longhouses of the Kayan and Kenyah. Bintulu is a quiet and serene town about 30 munites from Sibu.