The Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) today played host to more than 100 media personnel in the Klang Valley at the STB Media Night 2019 which was attended by senior editors, journalists, crew and photographers from various platforms including print, broadcast, online and social media.
By Sarawak Tourism Board on November 22, 2019
Sarawak Tourism Board’s (STB) efforts to promote Sarawak as a premier tourist destination continues even stronger this year
By Sarawak Tourism Board on May 29, 2019
Clearly, Sabah and Sarawak have a lot to offer ranging from offshore diving, out-standing landscape, indigenous culture, city life and more. Though they do have gleaming malls that can cater to travellers’ shopping desire, the local markets are not to be missed because they play a huge part in the locals’ daily life.
By Nadjwa Tajudin on April 9, 2019
Blessed with vibrant cultures from 27 different ethnic groups, Sarawak promises an exciting escape from the mundane day-to-day life.
By Aina Nabiha on January 16, 2019
Rich in natural and cultural heritage, Malaysia continues to promote its national heritage and believes that this would bring a positive impact to society. Malaysia’s Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohammadin Ketapi went on to declare an additional 255 heritage items and sites recently, a steady increase from the years before to further drive economic growth, specifically through Heritage Tourism.
By Expedia on November 22, 2018
Sarawak Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports, the Honourable Datuk Haji Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah unveiled the Visit Sarawak Year logo as a precursor to its official launch in January 2019 at an industry event held in Kuala Lumpur on 16 October.
By Sarawak Tourism Board on October 31, 2018
Escape to Kuching, if you are looking for a unique destination in a land rich with culture and history, Kuching is an alluring enigma to locals and tourists. The capital city of Sarawak is one of two states situated on the island of Borneo, renowned globally for its natural beauty.
By Hilton Malaysia on October 16, 2018
AccorHotels announces the official opening of Pullman Miri Waterfront, the newest landmark in the city. Ideally located at the hub of Miri Waterfront Commercial Centre, Pullman Miri Waterfront is the tallest building in Miri, towering majestically by the Miri River, boasting spectacular views of the South China Sea in the horizon. “The opening of Pullman Miri Waterfront underlines AccorHotels expansion in Malaysia and reinforces the brand commitments that offer hyper-connected travellers an experience that combines both efficiency and wellness in this modern hub city,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. “Pullman Miri Waterfront attracts cosmopolitan, sophisticated leisure and business travellers, who come to see and feel the abundance of natural beauty.” Miri is the home of the […]
By Gaya Travel on October 18, 2016
The Bidayuh traditional music band from Sarawak, Madeeh has been hand-picked to represent Malaysia at the 20th anniversary of WOMEX, the largest world music expo. The expo, taking place in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain from Wednesday, 22 – Sunday, 26 October, is represented by Sarawak Tourism Board under Malaysia Major Event stand by Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB).
By Gaya Travel on November 4, 2014
Pancake 80 from the Philippines will be performing at the upcoming Asia Music Festival 2014 to be held at Miri, Sarawak on the 3 & 4 October. This is a band comprising five musically talented individuals who share the same interest and love for music of different genres.
By Gaya Travel on September 25, 2014
The past few months have been hectic for us, as we had been heavily involved in large scale programmes such as the Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia to Central Sarawak, Kembara Kraf Selangor 2013, Malaysia Tourism Hunt (MTH) 2013, all of which are covered within the pages of this issue. Speaking of MTH, which is Tourism Malaysia’s laudable effort, it encourages international tourists to drive around Malaysia on their own and take advantage of the country’s good road systems to know more about the destinations and people. We therefore invite all travellers coming into Malaysia to consider renting a decent car (equipped with navigation system of course) and begin exploring the country independently and flexibly, allowing them to uncover more interesting facets of Malaysia along the way.
By Gaya Travel on November 26, 2013
First it was the award winning Rainforest World Music Festival with Sarawak’s traditional Sape, the boat-shaped lute that has become the symbol of the festival, then it was the Borneo Jazz, bringing jazz from around the world to Sarawak. Coming up next Sarawak will have the Asia Music Festival.
By Gaya Travel on September 19, 2013
Kuching is not only home to dazzling coral reefs, pristine white beaches, stunning heritage sites and mouth-watering local cuisine; it has also been the host of Sarawak’s renowned Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) for many years. This popular three-day festival which is slated to take place on 28 to 30 June 2013 is set in the lush tropical jungle at the base of Mount Santubong.
By Gaya Travel on June 29, 2013
PETRONAS today contribute RM50,000 to Sarawak traditional music group Lan E Tuyang to assist in their efforts to preserve, nurture and promote the Sape music, as part of PETRONAS’ continuous commitment to the preservation of Malaysia’s traditional arts and culture.
By Gaya Travel on June 29, 2013
Tourism Malaysia recently organised the Domestic Sales Mission and Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia Travel Fair in Kuching, Sarawak from the 8th until the 10th of April at the Spring Shopping Mall, launched by Dato’ Dr James Dawos Mamit, Malaysia’s Deputy Ministed of Tourism.
By Gaya Travel on August 2, 2011