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Topic: Sarawak Tourism Board

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Nine travel, tour agencies sign MoC on Mulu Tourism Consortium Agreement
Sim (sixth right) hands over the MoC document to Chin, while Lee (sixth left), Ting (eighth left) and representatives of the nine travel and tours agencies look on.
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Sarawak’s batik highlighted in special showcase for Piala Seri Endon 2019
(Front, from right) Sabariah, Mohd Said and Sharzede pose on the runway with the models at the ‘Sarawak Ethos’ showcase.
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Sarawak’s responsibility to make business tourism sustainable: Abang Johari
KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak’s push for responsible tourism will ensure minimal negative impacts while making sure that tourists and operators benefit from the industry, according to Chief Minister Datuk P...
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Sarawak Matta Fair returns with more offers
Abdul Karim (third right) joins Mohd Akil, on his right, and others in posing for a group photo at the opening ceremony.
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Mavcom announcement hints at Sibu-Singapore direct flights coming soon via AirAsia
Mavcom’s latest bulletin showed that AirAsia was also awarded Air Traffic Rights to operate from Kuala Lumpur to Guangzhou, Jambi and Tanjung Pandan, alongside Sibu-Singapore and Penang-Kuala Tereng...
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Kuching to woo tourists as city of art and culture, says Sarawak tourism minister
Abdul Karim (seated, centre), Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry Permanent Secretary Hii Chang Kee (seated third left) Sarawak Tourism Board chief executive officer Sharzede Salleh (sea...
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Sarawak Tourism Board collaborates with AirAsia on promoting tourism
PETALING JAYA: In a bid to boost tourism and further promote the Land of the Hornbills as a brand, the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) signed an agreement to collaborate with low-cost airline AirAsia and ...
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Yong starts internship at Tourism Ministry after Abdul Karim’s challenge
Yong (fourth left) in a photocall with Sarawak Tourism Board chief executive officer Sharzede Datu Salleh Askor (third left), staff members and others in front of their office after the briefing.
Malay Mail:
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DAP intern might join Sarawak govt on overseas promotions, says state tourism minister
KUCHING, July 25 — Sarawak minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah today commended his state Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry’s newest intern Violet Yong for her curiosity and ke...
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STB chief outlines plans to reinvigorate Sarawak tourism
FOR a state that is home to most of Malaysia’s national parks, Sarawak’s tourism has been underperforming recently.
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‘Sarawak has many hidden gems waiting to be explored’
KUCHING: The Mulu and Niah Caves may be among Sarawak’s most famous attractions, but the state has other hidden gems that deserve to be promoted.
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Ministry eyes more direct regional flights to Kuching
Abdul Karim (centre) presents a memento to one of the sponsors of RWMF.
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Over 500 ‘Pokok Perpat’ seedlings planted at Pantai Puteri
Wahab (second left, squatting) and others at the tree-planting ceremony.
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Borneo Jazz Festival to feature world renowned artistes
Alberto Marsico Trio. KUCHING: Borneo Jazz Festival will bring world renowned artistes from all over the world, including instrumentalist performers Alberto Marsico Trio, Chanda Rule, Fox Capture Pla...
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STB launches WeChat profile to attract Chinese millennials to visit Sarawak
Lee (second left) shows the thumbs up after using his smartphone to scan the QR Code for the WeChat account.
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Rainforest in The City not to be missed — Abdul Karim
Abdul Karim (fourth left) and Snowdan (third left) hold up the LED Light Balls at the launch while others give the thumbs up.
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Spirit of the Hornbills to debut at RWMF ‘19
Spirit of the Hornbills. KUCHING: For the first time ever, Spirit of the Hornbills will bring their vibrant, unique cultural dance to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) this year.
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Tourism brochures to encourage visitors to visit lesser known places of interest in S’wak
Lee (fourth right) is joined by the Residents and representative of Residents as they unveil the brochures.
theSun:
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Sarawak can draw more tourists if there are S’pore–Sibu, Penang–Sibu direct flights
SIBU: The Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) has called for the establishment of Singapore–Sibu and Penang–Sibu direct flights to bring more tourists to the state, especially to the picturesqu...
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Hear galloping of horses at RWMF 2019
(From left) Regnard, Duplessy, Guo Gan and Puredorj with their respective stringed instruments.
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Ha Noi Duo to cast musical spell at festival
Quang (left) and Lê are set to entrance at RWMF 2019.
The Star:
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Bring your own water bottles, Sarawak Rainforest festival goers told
KUCHING: The Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF), one of Sarawak's top events, is going greener in its 22nd edition this year.
Malay Mail:
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Sarawak tourist arrivals up since January launch of tourism campaign, says state minister
KUCHING, April 3 — The Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC), which was launched at the end of last year, has started to produce results as shown by the tourist arrivals registered in January this year, the ...
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Sarawak on track to hitting target of 5mil tourists this year
SIBU: The Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC) is expected to hits its target of five millions tourist arrivals by the end of the year.
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Sarawak records over 360,000 visitor arrivals in January
KUCHING: More tourists visited Sarawak in January this year compared to last year, an encouraging sign for the Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC) launched at the start of the year.
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Abang Johari: Sarawak will set up its own airline soon
KUCHING: Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg has announced that Sarawak will be setting up its own airline in the shortest possible time.
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