Located at Belawai Beach in the Mukah Division, just two and a half hours from Sarikei, Iftitah Restaurant and Resort is now open offering seaside getaway chalets, cottages, and good food.
Located near to the Tanjung Manis Airport at the Sarawak Halal Hub center, the resort offers standard rooms in a ‘kampung’ setting with quaint chalets connected in a longhouse style living quarters with showstopers to include their unique triangular chalets that faces the ocean.
Equiped with a boardroom or banquet hall for 30 people, as well as beachside barbeque and picnic areas, the Iftitah Restaurant & Resort is a prime location for a family getaway or a team building excursion.
Culture Club Kuching has joined to be partners of the Rainforest World Music Festival when they become a Diamond Sponsor for the 20th edition of the festival
The Club contributed RM50, 000.00 besides providing the official venue for the Festival’s preview shows at the Culture Club Kuching bar at Jalan Green Hill.
“We are delighted to be able to partner with Sarawak Tourism for the Rainforest World Music Festival, as this is in line with our aspirations of moving into the modern era and bringing with us our tradition,” said Dato’ Sri Ho Kim Hee, the Club’s Director.
In providing an official venue for nightly cultural and ethnic performances, the Culture Club Kuching has found success among local and international audiences alike.
The festival will be held at the Sarawak Cultural Village on July 14 to 16.
The visitors’ arrivals into the State was very promising and as of April, arrival has shown an increase of 17.26 percent as compared to the same month in 2016 said the Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports, Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah.
Making his maiden speech at the State legislative Assembly recently as the new Minister, expressed his confidence that Sarawak will be able to achieve the targeted five million tourist arrivals for the year and generating an estimated tourism receipts of RM8.9 billion to be channel to the State coffer.
The arrivals in 2016 saw a 3.19 percent rise as compared to 2015, and with the ever growing global tourism business, Datuk Karim expressed optimism that the target will be reached, as long as Sarawak continues its promotion momentum.