Need to treasure heritage

The Sarawak Heritage Society is disappointed with this signboard which obscures the view of the historic Round Tower. - Photo: ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star

KUCHING: The Sarawak Heritage Society is calling on the authorities to preserve Kuching’s heritage and prevent further encroachment by new developments.

Its president, Karen Shepherd, questioned why a new hotel in the city centre had put up its signboard in front of the historic Round Tower as well as barriers across the pedestrian passageway between Carpenter Street and India Street.

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