Sarawak is a blend of sublime beautiful natural landscapes and a varied, enchanting tribal culture that exhibits a rich spectrum of spectacular creative artistic expressions, imbedded with ritualistic and religious symbolism that adorn and give meaning to the life and wellbeing of the tribal communities, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Premium kek lapis Sarawak is expensive, but those who have tasted it are willing to buy it as they know the quality, writes Graig Nunis.
Former Sarawakian MP, Tan Sri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says many Sarawakians still hold former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in high regard for developing the state, including for setting up Urban Transformation Centres and allocating funds for the Pan Borneo Highway.
Sarawak introduces Kuching Umrah Gateway Initiative to attract more direct flights into the state.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says it is for the current leadership to respect the wisdom of past leaders and to honour the commitments in Malaysia Agreement 1963 as quickly as possible.
Twentytwo13 spoke to several Sarawakians to find out what they hope to hear from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim when he makes an announcement regarding Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) on Wednesday.
Bau, a former gold mining town about 35km from Sarawak’s capital city of Kuching, has many tourist spots, but its newest attraction, the Bau Bicentennial Bridge, is devoid of information.
Twentytwo13’s Graig Nunis is celebrating Christmas with his in-laws in Bau, a small town 35km from Sarawak’s capital city of Kuching. It is wet and rainy, but it will not damper his spirit.
No point in Pakatan Harapan leaders reaching out to those in Penang, Kuala Lumpur, and Selangor. That is akin to preaching to the choir. It should be re-connecting with the rural folks in Sabah, Sarawak, and East Coast states.
AirAsia’s conditional six-month Air Service Licence expires on March 31. Consumers believe the budget airline is “too big to fail” but hope it improves its services, reduces flight delays, and hastens refunds for cancelled flights.
Sarawakians and Sabahans are the true ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ as they accept everyone.
Singapore’s strong currency is attracting Malaysian hospitality staff, as they can earn more than RM10,000 a month, while Malaysia’s minimum wage is only RM1,500.
Motorists in Bau, a small town 35km from Kuching, were left fuming after two petrol stations ran out of RON95 in the days leading up to the harvest festival, Gawai, which was celebrated yesterday.