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Bring your own water bottles, Sarawak Rainforest festival goers told

KUCHING: The Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF), one of Sarawak's top events, is going greener in its 22nd edition this year.

Minister: Make Sibu famous for cultural performances

SIBU: Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah wants the town to be known as destination for cultural dances from all over the world by elevating the annual Borneo Cultural Festival (BCF) to become the Borneo World Culture Festival (BWCF).

Capacity crowd of 20,000 expected for annual rainforest festival in Kuching

KUCHING: A maximum-capacity crowd of about 20,000 people are expected to descend on the Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) for the Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) next weekend.

Showcasing flavours of Sarawak

SARAWAK Heritage Street Food Festival returns for its second edition on July 6 to 8, offering the best of local flavours and cuisine.

Showcasing flavours of S’wak

KUCHING: Sarawak Heritage Street Food Festival returns for its second edition on July 6 to 8, offering the best of local flavours and cuisine.

Festival set to go annual

KUCHING: The Rainforest Fringe Festival (RFF) looks set to become an annual affair following its successful launch this year.

Sway to rainforest rhythms

KUCHING: Rhythms and melodies from around the world filled the Sarawak Cultural Village over three days at the Rainforest World Music Festival last weekend.

Unique Rainforest Festival will feature renowned international and indigenous musicians

KUCHING: The 18th edition of the Rainforest World Music Festival will be celebrated at the Sarawak Cultural Village in Damai near here this weekend.

Fusion of beats comes alive

DRUMS … it’s primal, tribal and the basis of most music. Its sound can send people into a frenzy. So, when you take exotic percussion instruments such as the Brazilian surdo, the Indian tabla and thavil, the Malay kompang and gendang, the Chinese drum, the Trinidadian steel pan, the African djembe/talking dru, and put them in the right hands, you have a percussion experience like no other.

Celebrating nature

THE two-day long Royal Belum International Rainforest Festival — The Finale came to a splashing end as more than 10,000 people converged at Dataran Ipoh despite the torrential downpour earlier in the evening.