Kuching Flights GuideThe city of Kuching is one of the most populous and geographically the largest in Malaysia. It is situated on the Sarawak River, on the island of Borneo. Lovely Kuching a popular tourist destination for travelers to Southeast Asia, and particularly famous for beautiful Bako National Park. Other popular sites include The Astana, the former and current royal palace located in the center of town, as well as cool urban districts such as Padungan Street, which is considered the Chinatown of Kuching.
Because Kuching is located on Borneo, travel throughout the Island is accessible by bus or car (including taxi), but travel outside the island can be more challenging. Kuching International Airport is Kuching's main hub for International travel. Kuching Airport is listed as the fourth most popular in Malaysia.
Kuching features a tropical rainforest climate. The weather is moderately hot, but often excessively humid and featuring heavy rainfall. It features over 240 days of rain per year, and is considered one of the wettest places in Malaysia. The temperature is fairly constant throughout the year. Many people suggest avoiding travel to Kuching during monsoon season, which is November through February. The most popular time of year to visit is June, when monsoons are less likely and rainfall is mostly in the form of short, heavy rains sometimes lasting only 5-10 minutes. Exploring the national parks and other outside activities are most likely to be enjoyed during this time of the year.
Fly to Kuching from these popular routes with great prices.
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