Malaysian tour guide explores rustic Kuching on a fun tour


By LEESAN

The century-old Kuching Old Street, with the Old Court House in the background. — Handout

The big round moon was hanging high above us on the 16th day of the Chinese New Year, bringing cheer to the neon-lit night as the water fountain danced merrily.

We were at the riverside promenade at the old town in Kuching, Sarawak, which was bustling with activity. As my travel buddies from Peninsular Malaysia and I were strolling in the middle of the promenade, happily chatting and enjoying ourselves, it suddenly dawned on me just how much I have missed such a joyous atmosphere.

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