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.
Economy rice is a Malaysian favourite when it comes to lunch. It is a type of food stall usually found in hawker centres or food courts across the country.
Recently, a Malaysian even went viral
Systema recently launched a free gum health check website as part of "Systema Gumbatte Towards 1 Million Gum Health Checks" awareness campaign 2019.
With the collaboration of the Malaysian Dental Association, the campaign
A rainbow is a natural weather phenomenon caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets, resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky.
Due to its beautiful and mystical
The orangutan is the only genus of great apes native to Asia. Like other great apes, they are highly intelligent.
Furthermore, they share approximately 97% of their DNA with humans.
Due to their similarities
Self-taught artist Mary Anne Vaz was born in Penang, but she has called Sarawak home since she married her Kelabit husband.
She uses various mediums in her art including batik, acrylic, water colour and
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
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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
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.