Packages in Kapit
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Kapit Vacation Packages
Kapit Vacation Packages
About 780 miles east of Kuala Lumpur, the national capital, is Kapit.
Pasar Teresang and Waterfront are both well worth dropping in at.
Rumah Keseng, 50 miles to the north, and Rumah Ikom, 60 miles to the north of Kapit, are also worth checking out.
There are some exhilirating outdoor adventures to be had in the area. Try rock climbing and mountain climbing.
The Sarawak region boasts an array of great activities to choose from. Spend some time bird watching or wildlife watching and let your worries disappear.
Tourists who like to get more of an insight should think about doing a tour. Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours are among the most popular options in Sarawak.
The Sarawak area has a number of excellent places for rafting, so be sure you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Canoeing is another popular activity here.
The cultural food here has its own aromas and flavors, so don't miss the opportunity to try several of the local dishes.
An outstanding meal relies upon the power of its components. Here, you will learn all there is to know about fish and beef.
Don't leave without trying out nasi goreng (fried rice) and laksa (noodle soup).
Bring your regional culinary adventure to a close with cendol (coconut milk with jelly noodles), a common dessert.
The restaurants in this region will certainly have Tiger, so make sure you try one if you enjoy a full-bodied brew.
You can wash down any meal with teh see (hong kong-style milk tea), a non-alcoholic option that's popular with locals and visitors alike.
The authentic essence of a region resides not just in its architecture, but within its words as well. Caring enough to absorb some everyday phrases and sayings in Malaysian will make your experience in Sarawak much more rewarding. "Di mana tandas?" is Malaysian for "Where's the toilet?" Or, work on pronouncing "Asal dari mana?" (Where are you from?).
On the 31st of August, immerse yourself in the festive fun of Independence Day, a national day of celebration.
At the end of your vacation in Kapit, spend your leftover ringgit on last-minute souvenirs and say "Sampai jumpa lagi" to this wonderful place and the new friends you have made.
Don't stress about missing your flight. Just make sure you remember that the closest airport is 70 miles away.