Sarawak is a land of mystery and relics but this remains part of its charm. One can easily lose oneself in its beauty and splendor. Its remarkable forests, ethereal caves, languid lakes and rich heritage all make it a place worth visiting, exploring and experiencing. It is located in the east coast of Malaysia bordering Sabah in the northeast, Indonesia in the south and the South China Sea on the north and northwest. It is the largest state in Malaysia with a population of about 1.8 million.There are altogether 28 ethnic groups in Sarawak, the Ibans being the majority making up 30.1% of the total population followed by the Chinese consisting 26.7 % , the Malays 23% and then the Bidayuh, Melanau and other tribes of Sarawak. It occupies an area of 124,449.51 km² and its land is divided into 3 regions namely the alluvial coastal plain, the mountainous interior and the central undulating belt. Its Gunung Murut with a height of 2434 metres and the Batang Rajang the longest river in Malaysia are the prides of Sarawak.Transportation and AccessibilityKuching International Airport is the most popular location for air travel with local and international flights by Malaysian Airlines, Air Asia and SilkAir. Other than that there are also airports in Sibu with its flights to other locations in East Malaysia, Miri with flights from KL, Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu and Bintulu with regular flights from KL. Taxi and rental cars are also available for travel within the city. Buses run between major coastal settlements but there is no bus terminal, it all depends on where you want to go and which bus company is used. Additionally, there are boat services from Sibu and Sarikei to Kuching. You may also choose to take the express boats, the sampans or a river cruise if you want a change.