Harriette McDougall was the wife of Francis Thomas McDougall, the first Anglican Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak from 1849 to 1868.
They first arrived in Sarawak on June 29, 1848 then subsequently established a
Sept 16, 1963 marks the day the Federation of Malaysia was established. But did you know that the United Nations only released its UN Malaysia Assessment Mission report two days before on Sept
What would you do if you came across a scene of floating dead bodies? It is an unimaginable sight for today’s Sarawakians but that was what happened during the early part of World War
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.
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
Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM) is organising a free talk on how we should think about history.
Themed ‘How we should think about History: Agency, Morale and Purpose in the Batu Lintang Internment Camp’,
Located in the northwest Borneo island, the Malaysian state of Sarawak is the largest state in the country.
It is nicknamed ‘Bumi Kenyalang’ or 'Land of the Hornbills' as these birds are culturally significant
There were a lot of things going on other than racing at the fourth edition of Kuching Heritage Race (KHR).
Themed ‘Darul Hana Revisited’, the one-of-a-kind race kicked off at Chung Hua Middle School
Calling out all women living in Kuching area! Did you know that you can take culinary, spa and beauty classes for free at Wisma Wanita Training Centre (WWTC)?
WWTC was officially launched by Datuk
While Sarawak has firmly established itself as THE place to go for world music, and as a Culture, Adventure and Nature destination (did you know Gunung Mulu National Park was a UNESCO World Heritage