New museum in Sarawak introduces Borneo's epic story to the world


The Borneo Cultures Museum's black-and-gold diamond facade is inspired by a Sarawakian craft motif. Photo: The Star/Zulazhar Sheblee

After a 15-month delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the new Borneo Cultures Museum (BCM) in Kuching finally opened its doors last month to much anticipation.

And the wait has certainly been worth it.

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