"There came out to Sarawak at about this time a young man who was destined to play a sinister part in the history of the Sarawak Raj."
This is how Sylvia Brett, the last Ranee
For an idea of how Borneo looked like before the Brookes, have a read of The Eastern Seas written by George Windsor Earl.
An English navigator, Earl was the first one to provide a European account of north-west
Lubok Antu is a small district located in Sri Aman division of Sarawak.
The history of its bazaar dates back to 1872. Back then the bazaar was made of double-storey wooden shophouses, a market and
The story started of how Sarawak got a sultan begins with Sultan Muhammad Hassan, the 9th sultan who ruled the Bruneian Empire from 1582 to 1598.
He succeeded the throne from Shah Berunai, his older
While the world celebrates Easter Sunday with eggs and bunnies, the Catholic community in rural Sungai Asap of Borneo took a spiritual turn of the celebration.
Like all Christians throughout the world, Easter Sunday for
Avet is what the Kayan people in Borneo call their baby carriers.
Typically consisting of a rattan and wood frame and woven rattan straps to carry the baby, some wooden seats in an avet can be removed completely.
If you just happen to find yourself having to spend only a day in Pontianak, which of its iconic landmarks would you visit?
For those who might have a hard time deciding where to go,
In Sarawak, it is normal for one person to own at least one traditional item that is used as an everyday thing.
Whether it is a hand-woven mat or a basket, traditional items aren't just
The Dog is the animal zodiac for this year's Chinese lunar calendar.
What better way to celebrate the year of man’s best friend other than to remember these 10 iconic dogs around the world!
In days gone by, Ibans carried out rituals and festivals for all occasions. From celebrating the birth of a new baby to warding off bad omens, pest control was no exception.
While some traditions are