Economy,2 Adults
Child(2-11 yrs)
Infant(< 2yrs)

The maximum number of passengers per booking is 8. Each adult may travel with up to 3 children and 1 infant.


Each infant passenger must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the infant passenger must be under 24 months throughout the whole journey and does not occupy a seat. Bassinets are not bookable online. Please sign-in and make your request in the "Edit My Booking" section for bassinet requests (subject to airline regulations). Please note that the child passenger must be under 12 years old throughout the whole journey.


Kuching Travel Tips

Kuching is the latest city of Sarawak in East Malayasia (island of Borneo), with population around 570,000; also the 4th largest cities of Malayasia. The city located nearby the banks of Sarawak River, Kuching was once ruled by the British back in 1842 and joined as part of Malayasia later in 1963. Kuching also has its nickname as the "cat city" of malayasia, the word "Kuching" means cat. No one seem to know the reason why Kuching is named after cat, but for sure travellers who travel to Kuching can spot out their famous cat statue easily everywhere in the city centre.

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Flights to Kuching

Book your flight ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Kuching on Malaysia. Fly from Kuala Lumper to Kuching, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Airways, are the major airlines who offer flight route fly to Kuching with direct flight services. Use Malayasia as your travel search engine to find search results for airline tickets and cheap flight to Kuching easily.

Flight from Kuala Lumpur KUL to Kuching flight time average is around 1 hour 45 minutes flight time; Domestic flights from KUL to Kuching, will land in Kuching international airport (KCH).

Kuching Weather

Kuching has a tropical rainforest climate, the city is hot and rain all year round. With averange tempature range from 29C to 32C ; While January has the most rainfall, also the wettest and coldest month of the year and July is the driest month of the year. Kuching's peak travel season is between December and February, a lot of local tourists and international travellers come to Kuching to chill for their holiday during the cold yet comfortable season.

Kuching Transportation

While buses, taxi, local ride in fixed rate are the common transportation in Kuching. Ferry is also another popular ways to get around the city, especially for people who travel from the southside of Sarawak river to the north and the other way around.

Kuching Cuisine

Always looking for the best food in Kuching, here's are the must-try foods in Kuching: Kolo mee (Sarawak Malayasian Dry Noodle), Kueh Chap, Kongpia (GongPia), Sarawak Laksa, Sarawak Stir-Fried Midin, Belacan Bee Hoon, Kampua Mee, Putu Mayam, Kek Lapis (Sarawak Layer Cake). Start your culinary journey with all these Sarawak signature dishes in the next trip to Kuching.

Kuching Famous Attraction

Some are the best places to visit in Kuching are Bako National Park, Kuching Waterfront, Sarawak Cultural Village, Tua Pek Kong Temple, Mount Santubong, Darul Hana Bridge Kubah National Park, Jalan Main Bazaar, Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Cat Museum, Cat Statue, Fort Margherita, siniawan Night Market, etc. From outdoor, art & culture, museums to kid-friendly attractions are all here in Kuching.