Exploring the history of Siniawan

| Estimated reading time: 4 minutes
Take a step back in time as you walk through the ancient town of Siniawan. The century-old town is located in the Bau district, approximately 21km from Kuching or a drive of about 40 minutes. It holds historic significance and is well known among Sarawakians for its rustic charm and traditional wooden shop houses.   Visiting the town in the day will transport you to a scene of how Sarawak towns were over a century ago...

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Sarawak is more than just Kolo mee

| Estimated reading time: 6 minutes
Sarawakians love to eat and we take pride in our food. Sarawak is home to 27 ethnic groups, each with their own unique stories, beliefs, traditions, cultures and, of course, food. From the world-renowned Sarawak laksa to our own version of sashimi and everyone’s favourite kolo mee. Let us take a look at what are the local delicacies that fuel Sarawakians.   Sarawak Laksa International celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain...

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Experience the beauty of Miri

| Estimated reading time: 5 minutes
Miri has plenty to offer for those who know where to look. Sarawak’s second largest city is home to many famous attractions, hidden gems and surprises that will wow and charm you. The coastal city offers beautiful seas and beaches, diving spots, mountains and cave systems that make it stand out as a travel destination like no other.   The charming seaside sunset Leave your footprints on the fine white sandy beaches of Tusan ...

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Take a leap into Kubah National Park

| Estimated reading time: 6 minutes
Tropical rainforests make up two-thirds of the land area in Sarawak. This means that Malaysia’s largest state is filled with a plethora of amazing flora and fauna. Those interested in experiencing the beautiful wildlife that Sarawak has to offer can do so by making a quick stop to the Kubah National Park, located approximately 40 minutes from Kuching.   The Kubah National Park is filled with amazing plants and animals...

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Sarawak: A whole new world

| Estimated reading time: 5 minutes
Take a stroll through a tranquil rainforest before cooling off in a natural pool with its very own waterfall. Explore caves and climb pinnacles if you are feeling adventurous or take things slow and unwind on a beautiful and sunny tropical beach. This may sound like multiple dream vacations but it isn’t. All of this and more can be found in the amazing Sarawak. Beaches Everyone loves beaches. There is nothing more calming tha...

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Durians are for everyone

| Estimated reading time: 3 minutes
All Sarawakians are familiar with the undisputed “King of Fruits”, the durian. The fruit enjoys extreme popularity among Malaysians but there are also those who are turned away by its pungent taste and aroma. But did you know that there is more than one way to enjoy eating “durian”?   During the flowering season, those tending to durian farms lay a large sheet of canvas or cloth under durian trees to collect and harve...

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