20.3.17

#3 Exploring the legend of cat city, Kuching, Sarawak in less than 48 hours.

It raining outside and now we'd been entering March. Less than a few week before April. I know time had flown away so fast since my last post and I already done lots of adventure trip within this time. Fuh! that means I owe myself lots of backpacking story. Perhaps I should focus on finish writing this post? #Prayforaisya


Flashback

"Have you check in our flight Aisya?" Kak Min were asking me with a serious face begging for a positive answer from me. I swear it was a moment of my heart possibly skip a beat. I could think of answering it with an excuse. So, I was trapped and my only option is NO. I hate myself when I forgot. So what happen that night I checked in and I do my research on places to go, how to go there, what time it is open and close, how far it was and how much money should I bought. With only fews hours of research I sketch it on a paper.

That morning, I woke up early and packed all the necessary item with one intention, compact and light bag. I manage to do that! phew.

So we manage flown from Bintulu to Kuching that morning. As soon as we reach to the Kuching International Airport. We (obviously Kak Min and I) searching for a rented car. I think we'd got a good deal as we manage to rent viva for 48 hours, RM 160 anf used only RM20 (fuel) for whole trip.

Basically our tentative :

Day 1 : Cat statue hunting in town, Sarawak Cultural Village, Damai Beach, Hotspot Food Court

Day 2 : Pasar Serikin, Fairy Cave, Wind Cave, Blue Lake and Masjid Jamek Kuching


Hmm, I should share some tips for you. Based on my experience.

1. Sarawak Cultural Village : If you're on a tight budget like us and your student card still valid, used it here as you can save a lots of money and if you're a sentimental / sensitive people (like me) you might as well tempted to owe yourself a "Sarawak Cultural Village passport" like a normal full rate visitor. But I suggest you might as well bring your adventure journal, and used it as your passport.

2. Hotspot Food Court : the location is reachable easily by walking. I know its a little bit tricky when you used your car but the location is actually around UTC building.

3. Pasar Serikin : This market only open on the weekend so please make sure you bring enough money (no nearby ATM available and only cash accepted) and be there as early in the morning because the weather is no kidding, SO HOT! Plus, easy to park your car. The price became low along the market, so keep walking until the end and start shopping. The food is tasty! From kerepek to all Indonesian food. Try it yourself.

4. Fairy Cave and Wind Cave. The cave is amazing. Recommended for those who might love adventure. Be prepare with headlamp and proper shoes.

Much Love ,
Aisya belle

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