Locals are most encouraged to visit historical and cultural exhibitions on Sarawak

TWO new exhibitions on Sarawak’s history and culture have opened in the space of five days in Kuching.

The first is the Brooke Gallery at Fort Margherita, a permanent exhibition which tells the story of Sarawak during the rule of the White Rajahs from 1841 to 1941. It is a collaboration between British charity the Brooke Trust and the state’s Museum Department and Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry - and what a good job they have done.

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