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The Official Website of
Sarawak Tourism Board

SARAWAK TOURISM BOARD  

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Level 4, Plaza Aurora,
Jalan McDougall,
93000 Kuching, Sarawak.


Email:
stb[at]sarawaktourism[dot]com
Tel:
+60 (0)82 423600
Fax:
+60 (0)82 416700
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Official Corporate Website of Sarawak Tourism Board

Sarawak, on the island of Borneo, is all about “MORE.” More to see, more to do, more to explore, experience, enjoy. More Culture. More Adventure. More Nature. More Food. More Festivals. More of all the good and fun stuff! In short—More to Discover!

And because there’s so much more for visitors in Sarawak, we’ve created this dynamic interactive microsite so that you can check out all the great travel options, plans, and promos, and then create and plan your own Sarawak itinerary right here, right now. Input different dates, flights, hotels, destinations, and compare. Then decide on your ideal itinerary, save and refer to it here. You can even revise it as often as you like later on.Ready to begin your Sarawak discovery?

Great—let’s get started!


Introduction to STB


Sarawak Tourism Board was incorporated under the Sarawak Tourism Board (Incorporation) Ordinance, dated 12 November 1994.

OBJECTIVES OF THE BOARD

  • To achieve its objectives of increasing tourist arrivals into the state.
  • To create awareness among the trade, media and public on the diversity of Sarawak in terms of tourism products, both regional and international.
  • To position Sarawak as a prime destination for culture, nature and adventure tourism.


STB VISION
Making Sarawak the naturally preferred tourism destination.

STB MISSION STATEMENT

The STB Mission Statement is as follows:-

  • Positioning and promoting Sarawak as a safe and friendly eco-tourism destination.
  • Be the catalyst for tourism growth.
  • Providing networking and synergy among the official agencies and tourism partners.
  • Increasing awareness among Sarawakians on the benefits and importance of the tourism industry.
  • Enhancing performance through motivation and teamwork


FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD

  • To stimulate and promote tourism to and within Sarawak;
  • To stimulate, promote and market Sarawak as a tourist destination;
  • To organize, secure and enhance publicity in Malaysia and overseas for tourist attractions in Sarawak;
  • To engage or assist in the development of tourism in the State and to carry on such activities in association with the Government, any public or local authority, any corporation, any company, any body or any person or as managing agents or otherwise on this behalf, or enter into any arrangement with such bodies or persons for sharing profits, union of interests, co-operation, joint venture or reciprocal concession;
  • To make recommendations to the Minister on the measures and programmes to be adopted to facilitate and stimulate the development and promotion of the tourism industry in Sarawak and, where approved by the Minister, to implement or assist in the implementation of such measures and programmes; and
  • To liaise and co-ordinate with and make representation to the Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board or the Federal Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism on all matters relating to the enhancement of tourism and the development of the tourism industry in Sarawak.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

1. YB Dennis Ngau

ADUN N.77 Telang Usan

 

2. YBhg Datu Sherrina Binti Hussaini

Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Tourism, Creative Industry and Performing Arts, Sarawak

 

3YBhg Dato Sri Dr Wan Lizozman Bin Wan Omar

State Financial Secretary

State Financial Secretary’s Office


4. YBhg Dato Haji Zainuddin Abdul Wahab

Director-General, Tourism Malaysia

 

5. YBhg Datu Antonio Kahti Galis

Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Public Health, Housing and Local Government


6. Tuan Haji Zolkipli Mohamad Aton

Chief Executive Officer

Sarawak Forestry Corporation

 

7. Puan Audry Wan Ullok

President,

Sarawak Tourism Federation (STF)

 

8. Tuan Haji Mohamad Taufik Bin Abdul Ghani

Executive Chairman

Kiasan Engineering Sdn. Bhd.

 

9. YB Senator Robert Lau Hui Yew

Executive Director

Borneo Medical Centre



10.YBhg Dato’ Hajah Norhyati Hj Mohd Ismail

Chairman,

Sarawak Media Group

 

11. Encik Oscar Choo Chon Foong

Chairman

Malaysian Association of Travel & Tour Agents (MATTA) Sarawak Chapter

 

12. Encik John Teo Peng Yew

Chairman,

Malaysian Association of Hotels (Sarawak Chapter)


 


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10 Sep 2019 - SARAWAK TOURISM BOARD AND OLD KUCHING SMART HERITAGE EXTEND SARAWAK’S ‘REACH’ INTO BATIK AND FASHION THROUGH PIALA SERI ENDON 2019 SHOWCASE

Local Boutique, Batique Sdn. Bhd. works with UITM to Create ‘Sarawak Ethos-themed’, Batik Collection.

Kuala Lumpur, 8th September 2019 – ‘Sarawak Ethos’, the latest initiative by the Sarawak Tourism Board (‘STB’) in collaboration with Old Kuching Smart Heritage (‘OKSHE’), was showcased at the 16th Piala Seri Endon (PSE) Competition Finals, held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today. The showcase revealed a range of Sarawak-inspired batik collection to boost visibility of the Sarawak ‘brand’, encapsulating various aspects of Sarawak in the design.

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14 Aug 2019 - RWMF CLOSING WITH 23,650 FESTIVAL-GOERS

KUCHING – Sarawak’s headliner tourism attraction, the Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) has proven that it is more than just a music festival if this year’s sell-out crowd is anything to go by. A capacity crowd of 23,650 from all parts of the world attended the three-day festival.

This year’s edition of the RWMF was artfully arranged with a seamless and flawless sequence of the nightly concerts. The 2019 line up featured 30 bands and over 200 performers. From the Chilean island of Rapa Nui in the South Eastern Pacific Ocean saw Ballet Folcloric De Chile Bafochi in the earlier evening slots each day of the festival on the Jungle Stage and showcased spectacular costumes and sensual dance moves. From the South West Pacific Ocean, Wai from New Zealand gave mesmerizing performances at the Theatre Stage and at the mini sessions throughout the three-day festival.

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