Friday, July 6, 2007

German tourists on a 23-day visit - Part 1

We received a group of tourists coming far away from Humberg, Germany going on a 23-day tour of Sarawak and Sabah, reputedly the most fascinating destinations for holiday.

Despite after a hectic and tiring journey by land from Sri Aman, they looked energetic and beamed with excitement - apparently looking forward to experiencing even more interesting itinerary lying ahead of them.

The group is truly on a CAN ( culture, adventure and nature ) tour by the very nature of its itinerary. Our valuable assets -the hidden paradise of Borneo - promise a perfect setting for CAN lovers to take their holiday here.

The German tourists are on a organised trip, taking them all the way by land from Kuching to Kota Kinabalu to experience our unique nature and diverse culture. I am sure when they go back, their word of mouth would attract more to come.

Their 23-day most memorable trip began in Kuching. After landing, they went straight to Bako National Park for a two-night stay. The itinerary then took them back to Kuching for a one-night stay, the programme there of which included sightseeing, city touring, visiting Sarawak Cultural Village, and experiencing orang utan at Semongok Orang Utan Centre. The group then moved on.

The picture shows the German tourists in the lobby of Premier Hotel, Sibu.

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