Bau's Old Gold Mining Town & Siniawan Cowboy Town
We are excited to invite you to join us on a Countryside and Rock Maze Garden Tour. This tour is a great way to experience the natural beauty of Sarawak and learn about the local culture.
Your first stop will be at the Buddhist Village Temple, a beautiful and serene place of worship. From there, you will head to the Rock Maze Garden, a unique geological formation with towering rock formations and hidden caves.
After lunch, you will visit the Fairy and Wind Caves, two impressive limestone caves with stunning stalactites and stalagmites. In the evening, you can enjoy an optional dinner at Siniwan Cowboy Town, a unique restaurant that serves traditional Sarawakian cuisine.
This tour is perfect for Rotary convention participants who are looking for a unique and memorable experience. It is also a great way to learn about the natural beauty of Sarawak and experience the local culture.
- Morning: Depart from your hotel in Kuching and drive to the countryside in Bau District
- Stop at the Buddhist Village Temple
- Visit the Rock Maze Garden
- Have lunch at a local food court in Bau town
- Visit the Fairy and Wind Caves
- Travel to Siniwan Cowboy Town for dinner (optional)
- Return to Kuching and arrive at your hotel in the evening
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this tour is family-friendly. It offers a mix of natural and cultural experiences that can be enjoyed by all ages.
Most of the tour activities are accessible to people of various fitness levels. However, some walking and climbing stairs may be involved at the caves and temples.
Visitors are encouraged to dress modestly when visiting temples. It’s advisable to wear clothing that covers shoulders and knees as a sign of respect.
Yes, restroom facilities are available at various stops throughout the tour for your convenience.
Please inform the tour organizers in advance of any dietary restrictions or allergies, and they will make efforts to accommodate your needs.
The tour offers a chance to explore less crowded areas of Sarawak. Booking during weekdays or outside of peak tourist seasons may help avoid crowds.
Yes, the optional dinner is not included in the tour package, so participants will need to cover the cost separately.
Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, insect repellent, and a reusable water bottle for a comfortable experience.