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Topic: Sarawak Tourism Board

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Abdul Karim (centre) presents a memento to one of the sponsors of RWMF.
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Wahab (second left, squatting) and others at the tree-planting ceremony.
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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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Lee (second left) shows the thumbs up after using his smartphone to scan the QR Code for the WeChat account.
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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. 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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Lee (fourth right) is joined by the Residents and representative of Residents as they unveil the brochures.
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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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(From left) Regnard, Duplessy, Guo Gan and Puredorj with their respective stringed instruments.
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Quang (left) and Lê are set to entrance at RWMF 2019.
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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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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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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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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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KUCHING: Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg has announced that Sarawak will be setting up its own airline in the shortest possible time.