The public are invited to a free talk “Tuked Rini, Cosmic Traveller: mapping out the ideal human being” organised by Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM).
It will be held at Telang Usan Hotel, Kuching on
Santubong Peninsula, with its rich history and great landscape is only a 35-minute drive from Kuching.
Behind its mountain peaks lies an age-old legend of jealousy and rage between Princess Santubong and her sister Sejinjang.
A successful entrepreneur at 22, Avertino believes that it does not matter how old (or young) you are.
Ff you have the right attitude and strategy, you can be on your way to financial freedom.
For generations the Penan have made a living and maintain a long-term relationship with the land and forest.
In their interactions with the surrounding area, the Penan have left their ‘footprints’ (uban) through a series of former
Go Bald, a head shaving event, is an annual fundraising activity for Malaysian NGO Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS) since 2009.
Each year many brave people all over Sarawak choose to lose their hair during
Panini is not a typical dish you normally look for in Kuching... but that doesn't mean you won't have those cravings for this grilled sandwich-y goodness.
In the name of our love of food, KajoMag
The Malaysia state of Sarawak is situated in the island of Borneo, and is part of the Sundaland eco-region, one of the global biodiversity hot spots. The island of Borneo has an outstanding richness
If you are a visiting botanist or horticulturalist to Kuching, the number one place you must visit is DBKU Orchid Park.
Constructed in November 2007, the park was finally opened to the public on May
Plastic, though helpful at times can pose dangers to the environment!
Come and join the Sharing My Passion Talk this Wednesday (May 3rd) By Ian Carter of Go-Go-Green from 5.30 to 7.00 pm at The Museum
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’