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Introvabilia”, a selection of rare or semi-unavailable books, which you can request by contacting us at here you can find “Sarawak” of Wendy Hutton by APA Publications at the special price of € 5. If you are interested, write to Gulliver Libri per viaggiare!

Sarawak is the embodiment of Borneo, an untamed land of mighty rivers and rainforests filled with rare plants and animals. Here you will find some of the world’s most dramatic caves; discover the era of White Rajahs in the capital of Kuching; experience traditional longhouse hositality among folk who were once headhunters; explore old Chinese bazaars and visit timeless coastal villages. Wendy Hutton introduces you to her favourite areas of this huge state in a series of itineraries which are grouped around three main centres: Kuching and the southwest of Sarawak, where surprisingly accessible wildlife and the state’s best beaches are found; central Sarawak around Sibu, including the mighty Rajang river, famed fot its Iban longhouses; and Miri and the northeast, with the magnificent caves of Niah and Gugung Mulu, and the remote Kelabit highlands. She’ll help you track down the accomodation, find the best food and buy the local specialities, giving tips that only an insider would know.

Wendy Hutton, a writer and editor who has worked in Southeast Asia for 30 years, fell in love with Sarawak during her first visit to a remote Kayan longhouse in the 1970s. She has returned countless times, especially since setting up her base in neighbouring Sabah in the late 1980s. “I never cease to be amazed at what Sarawak has to offer. No matter how many times I visit, there is always more to discover”, says Hutton. In this book she shares her favourite places with you in the hope that you, too, will fall under the spell of Sarawak.