Ever at the forefront of Sarawak’s hospitality industry, Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC), through its tourism and hospitality division, continues to provide some of the best experiences to tourists and locals alike. The group owns and operates some of the most iconic hotels and resorts sited in prime locations and offering unparalleled options for vacationers, whether in urban or natural settings.
Known for its belacan (shrimp’s paste), Bintulu is another getaway to discovering Sarawak when you are in the northern part of the state. If you are planning a trip to Bintulu soon be it for business or a vacation, here are some accommodations worth checking out . . .
Famed for the hot piping kompia and is situated along Rajang river–the longest river in Malaysia at 1600km, Sibu is a vibrant city to visit whenever you are in central Sarawak.
Heading to Miri soon and still could not figure out where to stay? The second largest city in Sarawak has so many options available when it comes to accommodations. Here is our guide on where to stay in Miri, including its distance from the city centre, facilities and nearby attraction spots within respective districts.
Packed with hotels and resorts, Kuching is a popular tourist destination in Borneo. However, with so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose on where to stay. Here is a list of hotels in Kuching to choose from, according to its distance from city centre and nearby prominent attractions easier for your reference the next time you’re bound for a trip to Kuching.