Welcome to Sarawak!
In conjunction with this Visit Malaysia/Sarawak Year 2014, I would like to welcome all delegates of the ASEAN Tourism Forum hosted by Sarawak, a tropical paradise of harmony and diverse cultures, ethnic races and multi religious understanding. Malaysia’s largest state, Sarawak, with World Heritage Site of Gunong Mulu National Park in Miri, is also home to some of the largest diversity of flora and fauna in the biodiversity of life forms known. We are indeed proud that today, you can still see these in our national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and nature reserves as well as marine parks. In fact, Sarawak tourism has seen an increase of ten percent of yearly income from visitors’ arrivals, which points to the attractiveness of the state and its sustainable policies for ecotourism…
Sarawak Cultural Village
The Place To Be For Cultural Offerings
For more than two decades, the Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) has remained a popular tourist attraction in Sarawak, winning visitors and tourists alike with its charm and appeal. Those who set foot at this sprawling 17-acre ‘Living Museum’ experience the true essence of Sarawak through its showcase of the state’s unique and diverse cultural heritage at the seven traditional dwellings that each represents the major ethnics of the state…
Jewel of birding in Sarawak Paya Maga
Sarawak, known as Bumi Kenyalang ~ ‘The Land of Hornbills’, is the largest state in Malaysia which is located on the island of Borneo, the land area of 124,450 km² contains extensive tracts of tropical rain forest home to abundance of flora and fauna, including its rich bird life. The state stretches for some 750 km along the north east coastline of Borneo, with habitats ranging from high hills and mountains forest to Lowland, Kerangas & Peat swamp forest, and from rice field, wetland to coastal region with their own specialized birds.