The much-anticipated return of China’s outbound tourism aligns seamlessly with the revival of ITB China as an in-person event in the coming days, from 12 – 14 September in the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center.
The Sarawak Adventure Challenge (SAC) is back for the year 2023 and ready with a new trail and challenges to test your endurance and take you to parts of Sarawak that you have not seen before!
Approximately 1,000 Sarawak-Malaysia My Second Home (S-MM2H) applications is expected to be approved by the end of 2023, seeing the recent launch of the S-MM2H Management and Online Application System (MOAS) in Kuching on August 29.
Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC), an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC), is holding the Islamic Tourism Month 2023 (ITM 2023), a month-long celebration dedicated to showcasing the nation’s remarkable Muslim-friendly tourism offerings by the travel industry.
The International Conference on Responsible Tourism and Hospitality (ICRTH) was held recently at the IPB International Convention Centre (IICC) in Bogor, Indonesia from August 21 to 25, 2023.
Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) proudly accepted two esteemed awards at the BrandLaureate Best Brands Awards for the year 2022- 2023, held on August 16, 2023 at The Majestic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
The Sarawak 60th Anniversary celebration officially began on May 28, 2023 with the Sarawak Merdeka Convoy at Lawas, stopping at all 12 Divisions before ending the journey with a grand homecoming in Kuching on July 20, 2023. In this writeup, we’ll recap the convoy’s, which covered Sarawak’s Central Region.
Make your way to Borneo Cultures Museum in Kuching this week for the 27th edition of International Museum Day (IMD) celebrations! Happening from 31 July to 5 August 2023.
There are plenty of events to look forward to as this year’s Sarawak Day draws nearer! Sarawak will be celebrating its 60th anniversary on July 22, 2023, with parades, concerts and festivities galore, and the fun doesn’t stop there!
The Six Hand Dinner at Kyujin offered an intimate dining experience in a relaxed contemporary setting, with guests seated around the bar-style seating area. In the middle of the room, an island served as a live plating station where Chefs Alexandros, Sid, and Bally carefully put together each dish before presenting them to the guests.