Thursday, June 3, 2021

history of Sarawak

History of the Blacksmith Road

As we go through phases of modernisation, many old buildings have been replaced with new ones, leaving only the legacy and memories behind. One such place that held significance was Blacksmith Road — a settlement for Henghua fishermen and...

Carpenter Street – Iconic and vibrant

Nestled in the heart of Kuching, Carpenter Street is one of the city’s most iconic and vibrant streets, steeped in rich history and heritage. These days, the area houses not only an array of decades-old establishments easily identified by their...

Village stores history of Sarawak Malays

Located at Jalan Datuk Ajibah Abol, Kampung Bintangor Kecil is one of the Malay villages in Kuching, which stores historical anecdotes and heritage of the Malay community in Sarawak. Besides that, apart from producing Sarawak Malay leaders such as Datuk...

The Great Fire of Kuching 1884

History enables us to understand events from the past. It helps us understand the way things are and may serve as a lesson for the future. The Great Fire of Kuching that happened in 1884 was among the many...

Fearsome Iban warrior Simalungun and Bujang Senang

KUCHING: Sarawak, nicknamed ‘Land of the Hornbills’, is well-known not only for its hornbills but also its mighty crocodiles.There are two types of crocodile species in Sarawak — the harmless false gharial (scientific name Tomistoma schlegelii and locally known...

Kuching world’s first ‘City of Unity’

KUCHING: The beautiful and lively city of Kuching, located at the southwest tip of the state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo, will capture the heart of every visitor. Kuching City which is the capital of Sarawak has an...
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