Keringkam embroidery is a significant artistic heritage for the Sarawak Malay community.
The word ‘keringkam’ comes from the gold or silver thread called clinquant thread used to embroider motifs on shawls and headscarves.
KUCHING, Feb 7: Sarawak’s March calendar is set to start off with some glitz and glamour this year with the inaugural three-day fashion and lifestyle event, Alta Moda Sarawak (AMS).
Designers Sher Lo (top left),
British Charles Hose was the one responsible for the discovery of oil in Miri, Sarawak.
After his appointment as the Resident of Baram in 1890, Hose started mapping oil seeps in and around Miri.
He reportedly gave his findings to the Sarawak government
After the release of Journey (2016), Sarawak's very own experimental world music band has returned with a new album called Oba.
In this album, At Adau fuses different kinds of musical styles and instruments,
Nusi Poetry was back for its second edition last Feb 2 in conjunction with the UNESCO International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019.
Initiated by Nading Rhapsody, an Avant-Garde Borneo ethnic world music ensemble,
If you look up ‘Betong’ on Google, more often than not you will probably end up with Betong, Thailand.
The Thai town of Betong is located in southern Thailand, near the Malaysian border. It is
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.
There was a Malay woman who gave the first Ranee of Sarawak Margaret Brooke a coconut as a parting gift before she left for England.
The woman told the Ranee that the coconut would bring