When one think of the tasteful varieties of spices around the world, Pepper (Piper Nigrum) will distinctively come to mind. This is evidently true because pepper is widely used in cuisines and very deeply ingrained in many cultures.
In Malaysia belian (Eusideraoxylon zwageri) is the hardest wood found in the forest and has been used since time immemorial. The indigenous peoples in Sarawak and Sabah used it for buildings and structures as well as for their art pieces like masks, effigies like the kenyalang (hornbill bird) in Sarawak, which is symbolic of the Iban God.
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Over the years, STIDC has successfully branched out into different sectors of the timber industry, including furniture manufacturing and design.
There are three factors why the best pepper comes from Sarawak: the combination of Sarawak’s hilly slopes, Sarawak’s unique soil composition and Malaysia’s tropical climate. These very factors create pepper with a very distinct flavour and aroma. Hence, putting Sarawak pepper on the international spotlight, among other pepper varieties.
The timber industry in Sarawak is the fourth largest contributor to the State’s revenue; from January to August 2018, it had contributed RM3.6 billion in export revenue for the State.
Developed by LT Home Development Sdn Bhd, Royal Oak Condominium is the example of luxury for style and substance. Building completion is expected for December 2019 and many units have already been snatched up.
Labelled as a “luxury residential development”, Hanns residence will bring a new lease of life through affordable accommodation with unprecedented amenities and features.
Welcome to Kidurong Setia Township Bintulu, to be built strategically along Jalan Saberkas between Bintulu Town centre and the sprawling Samalaju Industrial Park.
Optimal comfort, convenience and class awaits you at Rivervale Condominiums. Situated in Tabuan Jaya you are no further than four kilometres from any place of interest, whether that is town, the airport or shopping mall.