If you happen to be cruising down Sarawak’s longest river, the Batang Rajang and find yourself in Kapit town, your stay would not be complete without a visit to Fort Sylvia.
Built in 1880, Fort
Bintulu, once a sleepy fishing village on the island of Borneo is largely known today for its booming oil and gas industry.
What lies deep down in the seabed off its coast is not just
Pada zaman dahulu, patung-patung telah dibuat oleh kaum Iban adalah sebahagian daripada ritual penanaman padi bukit yang dikenali sebagai mali umai atau ngemali umai atau nambai umai.
Sebagai pengamal animisme, orang Iban pada masa dahulu
Batu Nabau yang terletak di 3km dari pusat pekan Engkilili terus menjadi tarikan pelancong baik dari dalam dan luar Bumi Kenyalang.
Terletak kira-kira 230km dari Kuching, pekan Engkilili dinamakan sempena pokok Engkilili yang mudah dijumpai
Pada tahun 1970an, terdapat seorang lelaki berbangsa Kayan di Mendalam, Kalimantan Barat, Borneo dikenali sebagai Pastor Aloysius Johannes Ding Ngo yang bertungkus-lumus mencatat tradisi dan mitos kaum Kayan.
Beliau mendapat pendidikan beliau di Belanda dan
New Zealand Māori carvers, working in Washington DC, are completing final decorations on a traditional wooden waka (canoe) for the Smithsonian Museum to strengthen ties between the two countries.
The six-metre-long waka is a central
Fort Hose in Marudi was named after Charles Hose, the then Resident of Baram.
Born in 1863 in Hertfordshire, he was the son of clergyman Thomas Charles Hose.
As a young man, he continued his study at Cambridge University but never completed his degree.
With the help of his uncle, George Frederick Hose, the bishop of Singapore,
New Zealand’s Māori tā moko is a visual connection to the past, the present and the future engraved into the skin.
In western culture tattoos are often a mark of rebellion against tradition. In contrast,
Kimbap is a famous Korean delicacy made from rice, various thinly sliced ingredients like fried egg, sausages, cucumber and carrot rolled up in a sheet of seaweed.
The word 'kimbap' literally means seaweed rice as ‘kim’ or ‘gim’
In Sarawak (or Malaysia in general), there's a cute tradition where young single ladies throw oranges into the river during Chap Goh Meh in the hopes of finding true love – hopefully by the following