The Forbidden Fruits, an art installation of large woven fruits exhibited at Borneo744 as part of the Rainforest Fringe have been making the rounds on the Internet, especially Instagram.
Thanks to surreal lighting effects and
India Street Pedestrian Mall, which is usually quiet at night came alive during the recent Sarawak Culinary Adventure from July 6 to 8.
Themed “A Celebration of Food. Craft. Arts.", the event was organised by
Located on the border between Indonesia and Malaysia, Serikin is famous among local Sarawakians for its affordable household items and batik-themed clothing.
The reason why prices at the market here are so cheap is due
If you have been to Bako National Park, then you have seen one of its leading stars, the Bornean bearded pigs (Sus barbatus).
There, they can be found strolling along Bako's beaches or hanging around
So you have bought your tickets, booked your hotels, packed your clothes and are all set for your much-awaited vacation.
However, there is one small thing that is most probably not on your packing list
There's more than one way to explore Mount Santubong. Besides taking the trail which goes up to the summit of Mount Santubong, did you know that you could also take a loop trail through its
All over the world, lakes have been the subject of folklore and legend. There is Loch Ness in Scotland and Danau Toba in Indonesia as well as Malaysia's very own Tasik Dayang Bunting in Langkawi
Serian is a modest town located 40km outside Kuching, Sarawak's capital. Famous for its durian and its fresh produce, it is also gateway to a number of waterfalls and natural beauties in the area.
Here in Sarawak, visitors can still watch proboscis monkeys in the wild.
And watching them in the wild is nothing like seeing them in an enclosure.
If you are visiting the land of the hornbills or
Located about 20km from Kuching, Semenggoh Nature Reserve is usually on a tourist itinerary when in town.
However as a locaI, I believe every Sarawakian should visit this place at least once in their lives.