Fairy Caves is one of the main attractions in the Bau area located about 40km from Kuching city.
The cave was named after a stalagmite structure which is said to resemble a Chinese deity.
The site covers
When travelling to Brunei, it is hard not to miss the magnificent architectural sight of the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque.
Located in the capital Bandar Seri Begawan, the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque serves
King Leopold II, who ruled Belgium from 1865 to 1909, is known for many things.
Thanks to his huge number of construction projects, from buildings to public works in Belgium, he is remembered as the
Marudi is a quiet town in Sarawak famous for its kueytiaw noodles.
But did you know this town was once called Claudetown (sometimes spelled as Claude Town) not Marudi?
It was named Claudetown after Claude Champion
Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) rebranded its annual World Harvest Festival to Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival this year.
Regardless of the rebranding, the highlight of the event remains its signature musical theme play which tells the
The Chinese History Museum is an unassuming building located at Kuching Waterfront. Built in 1912, it originally served as a courthouse for the Chinese community from 1912 to 1921.
This was where the Chinese community
"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