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 . . .
Standing at just 1,600 feet above sea level, Bung Jagoi – a small mountain within the Jagoi area in Bau – hides in it a very old Bidayuh settlement. Located near the top of the mountain, the village was nearly altogether abandoned. Today it has become a heritage area, and Bung Jagoi is also drawing visitors who either come here to see remnants of the Bidayuh’s past or to enjoy a scenic hike minus all the obstacles that usually come with it.
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.
We all know that Sabah is haven to many natural wonders and attractions such as the Prosboscis Monkey and one of the highest peaks in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu.
For city folks such as I, a trip out of the urban jungle presents a much-needed opportunity to reinvigorate the mind, body and soul, and broaden one’s horizons. So when opportunity knocks, I will answer without a moment’s hesitation. That opportunity came knocking last October, when I was invited on a media familiarisation trip to Belaga, a small district in the Division of Kapit, Sarawak. Having never been there before, the trip was a journey of discovery of many things previously unknown to me. And I got to make new acquaintances, with whom I shared an exciting week-long adventure.
Have you ever ordered nasi lemak and thought, “This nasi lemak needs more sambal” or “This is a child’s portion!”, or something like that? Don’t worry because you’re not alone.
Come weekend, one question pops up in everyone’s head: “Where to go?” And a popular suggestion is: “The wet market.” Although there are many markets throughout Sarawak, only a select few truly stands out. One of them is the Serian Wet Market.
Hungry for something different during the weekend? Here’s a suggestion: Head out to R&R Tok Nan in Asajaya. Why? Here’s why: Udang Galah noodles!