Going from Kuching (Sarawak) to Belaga

By Daniel_Levoho | Aug 6, 2018
Asia > Malaysia

Belaga is the remotest little town of Sarawak along the Rejang river. You have a few ways to get to Belaga from Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak, as a gate way into our country.

* Take a express boat to Sibu, Kapit and Belaga at the water head. You will enjoy the river ride.
* You can fly from Kuching to Sibu and take the boat to Kapit enroute to Belaga.
* You can fly to Bintulu and take a 4wd to Belaga.
* If you are travelling via Sabah, you can travel to Miri by air or by road which will connect you to Bintulu enroute to Belaga.

Sarawak, Malaysia

Sarawak, Malaysia

Belaga has a lot to offer in terms of eco-tourism. Cultures of different ethnic groups would be shown to travellers in times of festivals, wedding receptions, funerals and more. Its geographical features and the green wall of jungles surrounding the towns is another natural attraction. The people are extra kind by showing you what they have as you go around. Special dishes are often found during festivals. However, upon request, they will prepare different foods of your choice.

Other places of interest are the Kenyah tree of life, the great burials ground, longhouses of different tribes and the people themselves!

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