If there is one good outcome from not being able to go out of the State following the current situation, it is the wonderful #RaonRaonSarawak discoveries in our very own backyard that we get to go on. Thanks to social media, the recent months have seen the emergence of unknown and lesser-known hiking spots.
Miri’s prominence as a deep sea fishing hub is undeniable. For 2 days and 1 night beginning July 26, 2019 BorneoTalk joined 13 others from Sarawak Tourism Board and MaticTV on a seafaring adventure to catch some big fish around Batu Mat – Suai area.
Sarawak is full of surprises, even for the very people who live in the East Malaysian State itself. For adventure seekers or those who simply need a place to escape from the craziness they face everyday, some of the amazing tourist attractions here might just be what you need to tune everything else out and immerse yourself in their magic!
There are few words to describe aptly the feeling you get when you gaze upon one of Earth’s many wonders – Indonesia’s Mount Bromo in Malang, East Java. It is the country’s most iconic volcano and is still pretty much active.
Sarawak’s wildlife is among the world’s most unique. If you’re here for the first time and it just so happens that you’re into wildlife, then you need to see these eight animals synonymous with Sarawak up-close before you go back home.
The ethnic Lun Bawang and Kelabit communities, also known as the highlanders, have long lived side by side with each other on the Kelabit Highlands and Maligan Highlands in Miri and Limbang Divisions.
The story of Mulu goes way way back to approximately 40 million years ago, with its geographical formation taking place deep beneath the sea, shaping the landscapes of modern-day Mulu.
Sarawak’s natural attractions are wildly unspoiled and are hosts to astonishing biodiversity. The natural tourist attractions we have here give nature lovers the chance to discover wildlife in their natural habitat and at the same time enjoy the nature around them.
The District of Lawas may not have all the things other bigger towns and cities like Kuching, Miri, Sibu and Bintulu have. But its rustic charms and pristine nature are what make it so special. Where its town centre now stands – ever growing and moving with the times, simple settlements once stood. And though modernity has extended its reach here, Lawas remains quaint, life is pretty much laid-back and the people are some of the friendliest you’ll ever meet.
Sri Aman in Sarawak is famous not only for its annual Pesta Benak but its culinary treasures as well. Here are some of the district’s famous dishes you ought to give a try, and one that is worth stopping by for on the way to Sri Aman.