Kuching charms with its traditional architecture, food, hipster cafes

“Singapore is small but it feels big, unlike Kuching which is big but feels so small,” says my new friend, Jee, a local photographer.

He isn’t joking. Whenever I am with a local, every 10 minutes or so, they will bump into someone they know.

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