With the discovery of 40,000-year-old Deep Skull at Niah Caves in Miri by Tom Harrisson in 1958. This discovery put Sarawak on the world map in the pre-historic research field.
Sarawak Travel has heard our pleas and extended our wishes to explore our beautiful state by reintroducing travel packages offered in Sia Sitok Sarawak 2.0.
Sri Aman is located three hours drive away from Kuching. There are several unique attractions that will open your eyes and appreciate when you travel to Sri Aman.
Nicknamed “The Melanau Heartland”, Mukah is the go-to place to experience and learn about Melanau heritage and culture. Here are 10 destinations to check out in Mukah.
Kuching is blessed with majestic mountains such as Mount Santubong and Mount Serapi. Here are 5 hiking spots in Kuching for outdoor enthusiasts.
Serian become a division on Apr 11, 2015. Its capital Serian Town. Located over 60km from Kuching city, is developing at a rapid pace and aspires to become a city and is home to many notable tourist attractions.
Nicknamed the Fruit Basket of Sarawak, Sarikei is extremely famous for its sweet pineapples and 80% of Sarawak’s world-famous pepper is produced in Sarikei.
Betong division has rich history when it comes to the historic Brooke Rule. Known as the stronghold of Iban culture and historic resistance centre to the Brooke Rule, the population of this place is dominated by a majority of the Iban and Malay, with some Chinese communities.
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.