One of the most famous parts of Kuching town is the old court house area. The architecture of the buildings around here (the court house, the Square Tower, General Post Office, the Pavilion) are remnants from the colonial era. Once you are here, you’ll know you are immersed in history.

Maybe I should come dressed in Victorian style the next time…

Charles Brooke Memorial was added in 1924.

The neat lawn outside the old court house.

The Pavilion (now a textile museum) on the left. The “Round Building” now housed Sarawak Craft Council.

The General Post Office.