Delicious local food, excellent service, environmentally conscious, Insta-worthy setting and accessible location; these are all traits that describe Little Sulap in Kota Kinabalu.
Located at Jalan Dewan, the cafe is accessible even for tourists
After the Japanese surrendered on Aug 15, 1945, most of the occupied countries took a long time to repair the damage brought about by the war.
According to reports by British Military Administration (BMA),
Before logging for timber became one of Sarawak's most controversial practices in the 20th century due to issues in scale and transparency, part of the Sarawak economy in the 19th century depended on other
Organizing a wedding has always been a tug-of-war over what the perfect vision of the special day would be. Over the years, consumerism and the increasing amount of services and options (ohhh the options!)
In the 21st century, the idea and thought of encouraging a shark industry here in Sarawak would anger the public, especially environmentalists and conservationists.
However 80 years ago, Sarawakians were welcome to catch sharks
In 1946, the third White Rajah Vyner Brooke ceded Sarawak to the British Colonial Office.
Rajah Muda Of Sarawak Anthony Brooke, the designated heir, initially opposed the cession along with a majority members of