Top 5 handicrafts from Sarawak


It takes several days for Kelabit beader Sinah Rang Lemulun to complete a beaded headpiece. Photo: Ken Zhong Wong

During the pandemic, Sarawak’s crafters are embracing digital technology and making inroads into the global market to promote their products. Sarawak Craft Council (SCC) manager Diweng Bakir says many homegrown crafters are exchanging ideas with craftspeople worldwide as well as turning to social media to learn new skills.

“With the new norm and new way of e-commerce, many of our local crafters are utilising various online and social media platforms to promote and market their handicraft products.

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