Includes the drive passing through Kuching City South, Kuching South City Hall, photograph taking at the elegant Cat Monument, Padungan China Town, the oldest Chinese Tua Pek Kong Temple, a stop at the best museum in South East Asia, The Sarawak Museums, Islamic Museum, Kuching City Tower to have a bird eye view of Kuching City South, the Malay Village, Masjid Bandar Kuching (Masjid India – The Indian Mosque) being the oldest in Sarawak built in 1837 by Indian Muslim from Southern India. Get off at the Square Tower built in 1879 and walk over to the Old Sarawak Court House built in 1871 with the white colonial-baroque Clock Tower added in 1883 and the Charles Brooke Memorial added in 1924. Walk along the Kuching waterfront to view the Astana, former palace of the White Rajah. The Astana was built in 1870 by the second White Rajah, Charles Brooke, as a wedding gift to his wife, Margaret Alice Lili de Windt. Your tour ends here and you will be ushered to your hotel.