Sail through the rivers of Mukah

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Sarawakians pride themselves on living in a land of wonder and excitement, where endless experiences await those who dare to come. There is so much to do in Sarawak besides spending your weekend in Kuching strolling by the waterfront. Let us explore the rivers of Mukah. Enter Mukah, the deceivingly sleepy capital of Mukah division. This central region is located along the coast of Sarawak. It is also commonly associated with Pesta Kaul (Ka...

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5 things you must experience in Niah National Park: fulfill your archaeological dreams

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We’ve introduced many national parks in Sarawak, but this time we will tell you about Niah national park. This park has an amazing  environment with its own ecosystem of plants and animals. There is even a special archaeological site where human remains were discovered.  Niah National Park is located northeast of Sarawak, about 110 km from Miri. The entrance to the main cave alone is said to be large enough to fit a few Notre Dame Cathedrals. ...

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Get to know more about Sarawak’s Tasik Biru festival!

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In the previous article, we mentioned the beautiful diving destinations Sarawak has to offer. Everyone knows there are many water sports activities in Sarawak, and that various water sports competitions are held annually- among them  the Tasik Biru Festival. The Tasik Biru Festival The Tasik Biru Festival is held at Bau’s giant man-made lake-Tasik Biru. The surrounding here is full of greenery, and the reflection of the mountain in the lake add...

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Sarawak Textiles

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Let the colours and motifs of Sarawak blow you away as you learn the cultural significance behind  Sarawak textiles. Sarawak’s pride and backbone is its united and diverse multiracial community. And with that, comes a myriad of cultural touchpoints, heritage and unique wonders—all waiting to be discovered. Lets dive deeper into Sarawak textiles - pua kumbu, keringkam and Sarawak Malay songket - and the stories behind these ti...

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Introducing Sia Sitok Sarawak Accommodation

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KUCHING, 1st October 2021 – Experiencing Covid-19 cabin fever? Break free this October with “Sia Sitok Sarawak Accommodation” (SSSA), an intrastate staycation not to be missed! Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) launched the newly extended version of the homegrown Sia Sitok brand as part of its’ additional measures to support the accommodation sector during the Covid-19 pandemic. The State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) secretariat annou...

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All Hail Sarawak Laksa!

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Your favourite Sarawak dish was just crowned the Best Asian Food by TasteAtlas, with a score of 4.8 out of 5 stars. With such a recognition, we now know why the late Anthony Bourdain called Sarawak Laksa “The Breakfast of the Gods” and he's absolutely right. TasteAtlas, the world's first interactive food map, describes dishes and ingredients from all over the world. The platform allows users to search by ingredient, place or dish, providin...

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