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Reopening Of Sarawak National Parks

KUCHING – Following the reopening of the Sarawak tourism sector, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Sarawak, Datuk Haji…

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LitSara®: Borneo’s Natural Gift to Mankind

Blessed with breathtaking views and rich natural resources, one can find endless secrets hidden behind the health and beauty of…

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Moving the Travel Industry Forward

It is without doubt that the recent COVID-19 outbreak has greatly impacted the tourism industry in Malaysia, including Sarawak, with…

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Domestic Tourism Recovery Takes Off in Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA – The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) launched the domestic tourism recovery programme on June 10, 2020,…

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Reconnecting with Nature at The Village House

Dreaming of sinking your feet into flour-soft sand, forging through the depths of the rainforest and enjoying the beautiful evening…

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Legends of Sarawak’s Floating Natok Kon Sebauh Temple

Located about 48km from Bintulu, Sebauh is a small town with over 20,000 residents. Seated on an island directly opposite…

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Discovering The Heart Of Borneo: Bario Highlands

Bario, or pronounced as ‘bariew’, is a village located at the northeast of Sarawak, bordering the Indonesian Kalimantan. It is…

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Touring Sarawak In The Safety Of Our Homes

Sarawak, the largest State in Malaysia is home to 27 ethnic groups, with 45 different dialects spoken every day and…

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Discovering Bintulu’s Giant Tortoise

An exciting discovery has been made at a little town called Batu Gajah, located in Bintulu, in Sarawak’s central region.…

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Closure Notice For Visitors’ Information Centres in Kuching, Sibu And Miri

To minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Government of Malaysia has issued a Restricted Movement Order which includes temporary closure…

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