July has always been a big month for Sarawak. It is the month of festivals, including the world-renowned Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF). Folks from all around the world look forward to attending RWMF in July, partaking in a massive weekend filled with music, dance, arts, crafts, food and more. Held consecutively for the past 22 years, RWMF is being put on hold this year given the current COVID-19 situation affecting world nations.
The ocean is the heart of the Earth, the life support system of our precious planet. Not only does it hold over 90% of the world’s water, the ocean also generates around 50% of the oxygen needed for life here on Earth to thrive.
From 11 pioneer officers since the beginning of its operation on 2nd January 2020 to 183 staff, Pustaka Negeri Sarawak has grown tremendously for the past 20 years. Recently on Jan 4th, the Library just held its Chairman’s Annual Address and Appreciation as a toast to commemorating to the lengthy milestone.
Sarawak is making its presence felt internationally, and this could not have been possible if it weren’t for the continuous unrelenting efforts by Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) in promoting Sarawak to the world. As part of their promotional efforts, STB went together with Tourism Malaysia to the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, an international travel trade show held from Nov 4-6, which attracts over 51,000 attendees and some 5,000 exhibitors from around the world.
Coffee is an essential part to our daily functioning life. Without coffee, most of us would not be able to be fully attentive or survive the mid-day slump. Therefore, it is a must for those to attend Borneo Coffee Festival 2019 for those who rely on coffee in their day-to-day…
For two consecutive weekends, some of the world’s and nation’s best crews are going to paddle their way along Sarawak River in effort to prove their might for two big year-end festivals: Sarawak International Dragon Boat Regatta 2019 (Oct 25-27) and Sarawak Regatta (Nov 1-3)…
The prestigious trade show opened this morning to bring under one roof a record-breaking number of exhibitors of more than 1,300 from all over the globe, and more than 1,250 buyers. This makes it yet another record-breaking event since it was first held.
Back for its 16th edition, Japanese Film Festival (JFF) will feature 13 movies of various genres from October 3-6 at GSC CityOne Megamall, Kuching. Boasting a broad collection of movies…
Science Magazine in 2015 rated Malaysia as one of the worst countries for plastic waste. In 2010 alone, we produced almost three million tonnes of plastic waste. And the number has all but stopped growing.
Pesta Kaul is Mukah’s famed “cleansing” festival of the Melanau community, which makes up the vast majority of the people living in this quaint coastal town located some 157 kilometres from Sibu (about 2 hrs 35 mins drive).