If you have never seen the old Sarawak coat of arms, you can spot it on the pediment above the pillars of the Kuching General Post Office on Jalan Tun Haji Openg.
Located on the east coast of Borneo island, Balikpapan is the industrial, commercial and financial center of Kalimantan.
It is the second most populous city in the East Kalimantan province of Indonesia, after Samarinda.
When it comes to picking the most 'health-giving' mountain salt for your clean diet, forget about Himalayan pink salt. Here in Borneo, we have our very own salt from the central region of the
For those who dream of an authentic adventure through Borneo, the Heart of Borneo Highlands Eco Challenge III will take you on a truly unique adventure where you can relive history, experience culture firsthand
Major Tom Harrisson was many things. He was an explorer, soldier, ethnologist, guerrilla, museum curator, writer and archaeologist.
One of his biggest contributions to Sarawak was the archaeological exploration at Niah National Park in
While W. Somerset Maugham drew inspirations from Sri Aman’s famous tidal bore, there was another British novelist whose works were inspired by Sarawak.
Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) was a Polish-British writer whose hero - Lord
Here is a piece of Sarawak history that could inspire the next movie installment of Pirates of the Caribbean.
It is called The Battle off Mukah, a naval engagement fought in 1862 between the
Unlike other primate species such as the orangutan or proboscis monkey known worldwide due to their endangered status, Borneo's macaque species are infamously known as pests.
Despite their status as pests, surprisingly, there are
If Sarawakians were to name one 19th century schooner that they may know, the answer would most probably be the Royalist.
(For Pirates of the Caribbean fans who said The Black Pearl, you'd be
Most travellers visiting Sarawak might not have Bako Buntal Bay as part of their itinerary....unless they are avid birders.
Located about 40km from Kuching city, this vast bay area is an ecologically important site