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While digitilisation provides some respite for Malaysia's coronavirus-battered handicraft sector, it takes love and awareness from the public to sustain our local craft makers.
When someone mentions “Bario”, we would probably immediately think of the small grains of rice that Sarawak is famous for. But there is so much more to Bario than that.
The upcoming Hollywood film based on Sarawak's Rajah Brooke has been retitled 'Edge Of The World', and is still on course for a June 2021 release, its producer Rob Allyn says.
For the women in rural Sarawak, screening for breast cancer isn't practical: it costs just too much to get to a big specialist hospital. It also takes too long, which means losing income. Two Sarawakian women are determined to campaign for better healthcare services for rural women.
As part of a fellowship, a consultant surgeon from Scotland ventures into the interior of Sarawak to observe our healthcare delivery system.
French firm Huttopia Group has tapped into the glamping trend to bring high-end overnight stays to the Canadian and US wilds.
Kapit, a district of 15,595sq km in size, is the riverine town synonymous with Iban cultures and traditions, being Sarawak’s largest ethnic group, which makes up more than three-quarters of the state’s population.
Going on a four-wheel drive adventure at Lata Kijang can be a muddy, messy experience but it is also exciting and fun.
One of Malaysia's most magnificent waterfalls, Lusong Laku, can be found at this hard-to-reach and little-known area in Sarawak.
Sarawak and Melaka will be hosting its Visit State Year while Rompin and Tenom are hosting Visit District Year for 2019. We take a look at some exciting attractions to look out for when you travel to these places.