Went Kuching, Sarawak with extended family last year.
It was fun and saved a lot as his uncle was living there and gave a lot of help!!
one of the must go tourist spot is this famous Sarawak Cultural Village(SCV).
It is a bit far from Kuching town and made us thought we were lost but still, manged to reach.
It occupies a very large area and there are really a lot of locals' traditional houses to visit. Some of the houses even come with the workers to perform traditional dances, art work, activities.......
It's quite shady in SCV biut if you are travelling with elders, just becareful with the steps as some houses were built more than 2/3 stories above the ground.
There were lots of chairs to rest and it is a really good place to take photos.
There was traditional Sarawakian performance at certain time. Make sure you won't miss it when you are here. It's the only place with air-conditioner and the show was really nice~
Opposite SCV was a newly built hawker centre+souvenir shops. It was right beside the sea, May be plan the trip to SCV after lunch, bring some snacks and after this, have your dinner at the hawker centre and enjoy the sun set before heading back to Kuching town.