Apart from shopping complex, Bintulu is currently witnessing the rising number of different kind of eateries.
These include coffee places offering good coffee from dirty coffee to nitrogen-infused java and relaxing ambience for patrons
The nearest national park to the energy town of Sarawak, Bintulu, is Similajau National Park.
Widely known by its official name, 'Similajau' in the early days of the park’s establishment, locals preferred to call
After the end of World War II, Sarawak was briefly administered by the British Military Administration.
On July 1, 1946, the third White Rajah Vyner Brooke ceded the kingdom to the British Government.
Situated about 30km from Bintulu town, Similajau National Park covers a total area of 22,230 acres.
The park was gazetted in 1978 and opened to public in 1995.
Here are 5 interesting things about Similajau
SS Vyner Brooke started her service as the royal yacht of Sarawak. The Scottish-built steamship also worked as a merchant ship used between Singapore and Kuching.
However at the beginning of World War II,
‘Sarawak First’ may have become the main theme for newly registered Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), but when it comes to other firsts in Sarawak, here are some notable milestones in the region's transportation history: