Sarawak Bumi Kenyalang
The Asean International Film Festival and Awards kicks off in Kuching from April 9 to April 11, 2015.
The Festival organiser is expecting to see 287 film celebrities from 10 Asean countries participating in this much-acclaimed event.
Malaysia will … Read More
Filled with mystery and rich in history, the Headhunter’s Trail, is a fascinating and educating path to include while in Mulu as it marks an ancient passage once used by the Kayan, a tribe that originates from the Sarawak … Read More
The Annah Rais Longhouse is an authentic Bidayuh Longhouse located in the hill slope region, about 60 kilometres from Kuching. This Bidayuh village in the district of Padawan, is accessible by road and it is the nearest native village … Read More
If you’re visiting Miri, you shouldn’t give Canada Hill the miss. Nicknamed the Grand Old Lady it’s is one of the better known attractions in Miri.
It’s the site of the first oil well in Malaysia. It … Read More
Tumpik Lemantak or Pizza Kampong is the most popular food in Kampung Beladin, Sarawak and a favourite among Sarawakians. Tumpik generally means pancake. Lemantak is the sago flour, which is processed from the ripo,obtained from the sago tree. So, … Read More
Almost all the guidebooks and online information resources seem to describe Kuching as charming and relaxing, but to me it seemed more like a sleepy hollow by day, and ghost town by night. But then all is not lost … Read More