Located northwest of the Borneo island, Sarawak is Malaysia's largest state that is wildly fascinating, raw and beautiful. We'll let the photos speak for themselves:
These talented photographers have captured some of the most breathtaking photos of Sarawak's sheer beauty, from its lush forests, to its warm people and its unique culture.
Glorious native homes set in forests that could easily rival the beautiful scenes out of magical fairytales!
Being close to the equator, Sarawak's flora and fauna are unique to the state with more than hundreds of plants and animals that are native to the eastern state
The magnificent Mulu National Park was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The ancient park is home to the sharp limestone spikes called The Pinnacles and the world's largest cave chamber.
Sarawak has a total of 30 national parks, 4 wildlife sanctuaries and 10 nature reserves. Expect to see unique rock formations, beautiful jungle streams and landscapes that could take your breath away!
The Hornbill's state's capital city is equally magical...
The majestic views of the Sarawak forests and mountains will leave an everlasting imprint in your mind
Centuries-old recipes perfected over the years to create an eclectic blend of flavour that will leave you wanting for more
With more than 40 ethnic groups that have their own distinct languages, cultures and lifestyles, Sarawak is known to be one of the most harmonious states in the country
Oh, did we mention that this magical beach strip is actually in Miri?
Imagine spending the night tucked away in a resort surrounded by the lush, green rainforest of Sarawak...
And all that amazingness is enhanced by the yearly dosage of the Rainforest World Music Festival with performances from musicians across the world!
If you are feeling the bite of the travel bug, take a trip through these beautiful, ancient caves in Malaysia: