BORNEO-BOUND : Lush natural wonders. Rich culture. Warm locals. The allure of Borneo is endless.

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SARAWAK: LAND OF THE HORNBILLS Beautiful sunset at the Kuching Waterfront CITY CALL The cleanest city in Malaysia, Kuching impresses with wonderful sights, sounds, sips and savouries from museums to forts, eateries to cultural centres. It’s a pleasant city to walk about and soak in all the sights. Pay special attention to the colonial buildings, some of which are the legacy of the Brooke family, for instance the Fort Mar...

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4th edition Rainforest World Crafts Bazaar 2012

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Kuching, 23 May 2012 – The 4th edition of the Rainforest World Crafts Bazaar 2012 (RWCB 2012) is slated to once again feature prominently as an important fringe event to the renowned Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF 2012) now in its 15th year. “RWCB 2012 promises to be even better that in previous years with a greater variety of arts, crafts and creativity focused activities including exhibition sales.  We at Crafthub Sdn. Bhd. as the eve...

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15th EDITION OF RWMF

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Experience The Adventure Of An Exotic Music Festival In Sarawak Music from Sarawak’s traditional Sape, the boat-shaped lute that has become the symbol of the Rainforest World Music Festival, gongs of all sizes and bamboo instruments, the sitar and tabla (the influence of Hindustani music in Malaysia), dhol drums with Malaysian flavours.  All these you will hear alongside music from across the globe. Lovely ladies on fiery fiddles, balafon and ...

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Rantau Kemiding Homestay Program, Kanowit

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Rh Benjamin Angki, Rantau Kemiding was built in 1936 and located 4km from Kanowit town. Accessible by road and river transport. There are 64 doors or families stay in this longhouse which 53 make up the longhouse proper. Population in this longhouse is 409 people which 216 are females. This longhouse is the 2nd Homestay Program operator approved by Ministry of Tourism Malaysia. There are 14 trained homestay operators from this longhouse. The...

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WIND CAVE IS NOW PARTIALLY OPENED FOR VISITORS

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Kuching, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 – SARAWAK FORESTRY is pleased to announce the partial opening of Wind Cave Nature Reserve with effect from May 14, 2012. The reserve had been closed for maintenance works since last year. The walkway of Passage 1, 2 and 3 are now opened and basic amenities such as toilets, shelters and platform are provided for visitors visiting Wind Cave Nature Reserve. The entrance fee to Wind Cave Nature Reserve is RM1 fo...

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KIDING ADDS JOY TO SEMENGGOH WILDLIFE CENTRE

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KIDING ADDS JOY TO SEMENGGOH WILDLIFE CENTRE -   a newborn baby orangutan named after late keeper Kuching, Wednesday, May 2, 2012 – SARAWAK FORESTRY is pleased to announce the birth of a baby orangutan in Semenggoh Wildlife Centre recently.  The 31-year old orangutan, Lela, gave birth to her fourth baby in the wild of the Centre and was spotted carrying a baby orangutan high up on the canopy around the feeding area. Haji Ali Yusop, Managing D...

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