By Indun Silong
The tourism industry is among the worst affected by the Covid-19. Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (who is also deputy chairman of Sarawak Disaster Management Committee —SDMC) was interviewed on...
PUTRAJAYA: Lecturers at public universities and private institutions of higher learning are invited to bid for the Higher Education Ministry’s (KPT) special grants to conduct research on critical areas that are in close association with the community in dealing with...
The measures announced in the Covid-19 stimulus package announced yesterday
seeks to address the immediate concerns associated with the virus’
outbreak as well as the long-term economic sustainability of the country.
Malaysia country tax leader, Sim Kwang Gek said the economic aid focused
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today announced RM20 billion Economic
Stimulus Package to ensure risks to the economy due to Covid-19 can be
three strategies were outlined under the package, namely addressing the impact
of the disease, catalysing people-based growth,...
KUCHING: Although tourist arrival from China
in Sarawak is not high, the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak has
indirect effect on the local tourism industry.
Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers'
Association (Sheda) Kuching branch chairman Sim Kiang Chiok stated that last
year, Sarawak has...
Eradicating poverty through education
The World (PTW) Malaysia trips to Africa and Bangladesh in December 2019 were
held to promote tourism in Sarawak/Malaysia, to unite the youth of all
countries, to conduct PTW activities, and to build diplomatic relations between
KUCHING: Sarawak Youth and Sports Ministry
will continue working with strategic partners to make the state one of the
sports destinations in Malaysia.
In announcing that Sarawak won the bid to
become the host for the next 17th World Xiang Qi Championship and...
Sarawak trade and tourism office in Brunei mulled
MIRI: The state government is planning to
pull in more investments into the state.
This includes establishing a Sarawak trade and
tourism office in Brunei (Statob), similar to what was set up in Singapore...
KUCHING: The outbreak of the novel
coronavirus (2019-nCov) has affected the tourism industry in Sarawak, but
tourism players here have been urged to look for better opportunities within
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said...
Kuching City will become livelier when development projects along the Kuching
Waterfront are completed, said Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Abdul
Karim Rahman Hamzah.
said there were quite a number of ongoing projects at the waterfront.
water cascade fountain from Fort...