Kuchingites know it is the end of the year when the Second Time Around Books is in town.
The annual book fair is famous for offering up to 90% discounts on a wide range of
Keeping hydrated in hot weather just doesn't seem enough sometimes, so why not go and have an ABC to cool yourself down?
ABC or ‘Ais Batu Campur’ is a typical ice dessert we all crave
If quirky is your taste and the cat is your animal spirit, then you must visit Kuching Cat Museum. If there was a group of cat lovers out there combining together their cats memorabilia
Margaret de Windt or better known as Ranee Margaret married the second Rajah of Sarawak, Charles Brooke in 1869.
At the young age of 19, she became the first Queen of the Kingdom of Sarawak
Located about 30km from Kuching city, Buntal Esplanade is a hidden gem waiting to be explored more by the locals and tourists alike.
The esplanade is inside Kampung Buntal, a traditional Malay fishing village situated
In 1955, a group of Dutch photographers organised an international contest to showcase their works to the world. They called it ‘World Press Photo’ and now it has become one of the most esteemed
Searching for beading supplies in Kuching can be a headache especially when you do not know where to start.
When it comes to beading, there are so many things that crafters need and it is
Baroness Angela Burdett-Coutts might be an unfamiliar name today, but about a hundred years ago she was the “richest heiress in England”.
King Edward VII even reportedly described her as “the most remarkable woman in
Unlike other traditional houses in Sarawak, the Melanau tall house was built distinctively higher.
However similar to longhouses of other ethnic groups such as Iban and Kayan, this Melanau traditional house can accommodate up to
Calling out all botanists and horticulturalists who are visiting Kuching city for the first time!
Do not leave the city without visiting these botanical gardens:
1. DBKU Orchid Park
While the hibiscus is Malaysia's official flower, Sarawak’s