Five million target set for 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak is targeting the arrival of five million tourists in 2019 following the launch of the Visit Sarawak logo. State Tourism, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said the estimate is the same as in 2017. “Last year, we targeted five million as well but we achieved 4.85...

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Make a date with a Sarawak festival

SINGAPORE, 18 October 2018: A strong sales team from the Sarawak Tourism Board, six travel agencies, travel content owners and hoteliers are attending ITB Asia this week. Working out of booth C05, at ITB Asia, which is being held through to Friday 19 October at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, team members reported  full appointment schedules ...

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Sarawak to woo Middle Eastern visitors

KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak is seeking to tap the Middle Eastern market as Visit Sarawak begins in earnest in January next year. Sarawak Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said this will be the state’s target group as it aims to meet the target of five million tourists set for next year.   [caption i...

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Abd Karim unveils ‘Visit Sarawak Campaign’ logo

KUALA LUMPUR: Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah unveiled the ‘Visit Sarawak Campaign’ logo as a precursor to its official launch in December at an industry event here yesterday. The ‘Visit Sarawak’ logo will be the anchor emblem for the ‘Visit Sarawak’ campaign. Designed to connote fun and fr...

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Pelancaran Logo visit Sarawak Dengan Tagline “Sarawak, More To Discover”

Pelancaran Logo visit Sarawak 2019 Dengan Tagline "Sarawak, More To Discover" | Salam.. Petang tadi uzu berkesempatan untuk menghadiri satu event tourism iaitu Pelancaran Logo visit Sarawak dan sekaligus merasmikan visit sarawak 2019 dengan tagline "Sarawak, More To Discover". Menteri Kementerian Pelancongan, Kesenian,...

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Sarawak More To Discover Campaign Launch

What is Sarawak More To Discover? While many wonder what the tagline means, it was created with simplicity and with an objective to focus on the unique culture, endless adventures, amazing nature, fascinating food and incredible festivals of Sarawak.

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Sarawak Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Unveils Visit Sarawak Campaign Logo

Kuala Lumpur, Oct 16 ~ Sarawak Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports, the Honourable Datuk Haji Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah today unveiled the Visit Sarawak Year logo as a precursor to its official launch in January 2019 at an industry event held in Kuala Lumpur today. The Visit Sarawak logo will be the anc...

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STB holds business networking session for tourism players

Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) on Monday conducted a business networking session for travel agents, tour operators, hoteliers and tourist attraction owners at a hotel here. A press release said the session was attended by 15 Matta Johor travel agents and 20 Sarawak-based tourism-related players in conjunction with a familiarisation tour by the trav...

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Siniawan Old Town Night Market

Siniawan Night Market takes place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Located 21 km away from Kuching city, this small town is a beautiful place to spend the evening eating and being merry. The street is lined with old wooden townhouses, and Chinese lanterns light the street below. Over the recent years, the old town of Siniawan has begun to real...

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Meeting Borneo’s Majestic Orangutans

Borneo’s Batang Ai region is a haven for wild orangutans, thanks to an age-old tribal taboo that has protected the apes for as long as anyone can remember.     “The orangutan was trying

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Cycling for Charity in Sarawak

28 women calling themselves Bicycle Buddies from the UK and Singapore are currently in Kuching today to cycle in the Sarawak rainforest for charity. The group began their cycling adventure from 22 to 28 September 2018 covering a distance of 50km to 60km per day passing through Annah Rais Longhouse in Padawan, Seniawan bazaar, Kubah National Park...

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Exploring Kuching, Sarawak’s culturally cosmopolitan capital

Kuching’s compelling cultural patchwork might be easily explained by the city’s colorful origin story, but that doesn’t make a visit to the capital of Malaysia’s semi-autonomous Sarawak region in northwest Borneo any less captivating. Once a part of the Bruneian Empire, the settlement was handed to British buccaneer James Brooke in 1841. Brooke ...

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