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Kuching, 4 August 2020  – Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) today announced the ‘Sia Sitok Sarawak’ Intra-State Tourism Campaign to boost the States tourism efforts and activities. The campaign will allow Sarawakians and non-Sarawakians residing in Sarawak with work permits to experience and enjoy the beauty the State has to offer at substantial discounts of up to 50%.

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The Sia Sitok Sarawak Campaign offers over 30 exciting attractions, tours and activities in Kuching, Sibu, Mukah, Bintulu, Miri and Mulu which includes Daytrips & Non-overnight Tours as well as Full Board Multiple Day Trips with Accommodation and Meals. Be it for single travellers, couples, families with children, those in need of a weekend getaway, for a round of golf, a fun dive or to simply to be amidst nature, there certainly is something for everyone!

Among the unique and enticing packages and activities up for grabs include the Sarawak River Sunset Cruise, Irrawaddy Dolphin Cruise at Santubong, Bird watching at Kubah National Park, Fun Dive Daytrip at Satang Island, Evening Kuching Wetland Tour, Bako National Park, full-board Tanjong Datu National Park Tour, Miri Golfing at Eastwood Golf Club Miri,  3D/2N Fun Diving (for certified divers), The Mighty Rajang River & Longhouse day trip, Bintangor & Sarikei Countryside day trip, 2D/1N Bintulu Explorer, 3D/2N discovery at Mukah – The Melanau Heartland, Silabur Caving & Hiking and the Kg. Sting Adventure overnight, to name a few!

STB Chief Executive Officer Pn Sharzede Datu Haji Salleh Askor said, “the Sia Sitok Sarawak (or Here and There in Sarawak) is a great opportunity for Sarawakians to visit places they have not been to before, and to also become future ambassadors for Sarawak tourism. The campaign is also part of the Sarawak Tourism stimulus measure to give a boost to the local tourism industry and a good way of sustaining and maintaining the tourism eco-system for the industry players – tour and park guides, drivers, operators and restaurants during these challenging times.”

“In carrying out this campaign, we are continuously mindful of the COVID-19 situation. As such, we will first focus on destinations in cured areas and green zones, whilst ensuring stringent SOP’s and regular enforcements are in place to ensure full compliance from tour operators and industry players,” she added.

The Sia Sitok Sarawak Campaign which is open for booking from now until October 15th, 2020 is held in collaboration with the Sarawak Tourism Federation (STF). STF is providing a booking platform and payment gateway for the campaign.

The campaign will give privilege to front liners including hospital workers, foreign doctors and nurses, PDRM, RELA, Army, APMM, BOMBA, SDMC staff and others who were part of the COVID-19 relief efforts as an appreciation for their hard work and dedication to help bring the number of cases down. It also aims to provide a much needed break for them to travel and discover the beauty of Sarawak.

Follow our Sarawak Travel Facebook page and radio promotions for Sia Sitok Sarawak contests and lucky draw prizes. For further information visit https://sarawak.travel/explore-all  and for bookings, visit https://siasitoksarawak.rezgo.com/



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