Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) has developed the LitSara® Natural Liquid Hand Wash in an equitative partnership with indigenous communities in Sarawak. It is sure to offer a treat to wellness and environmental enthusiasts.
POYOD helps talented individuals reach their fullest potential through a specially formulated training course that takes their creativity to new heights.
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.
Visit any souvenir shop in Sarawak and you will find beaded products like necklaces, purses, headgears and clothing.
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.