Sarawak is a land of colourful cultures boasting 27 ethnic groups, making up a population of 1.8 million.
The majority of the population live in a few large towns and cities, but a significant percentage still live in longhouses and villages in the remote areas.
The Ibans or famously known as the legendary headhunters of Borneo constitute the biggest ethnic group (29.6 %) in Sarawak. They are originally from Kalimantan, and so their culture and traditions are
very similar to the Dayaks in Kalimantan.
Be charmed and mesmerised by their cultural festivals and celebrations. Let the romance of Sarawak's rich cultural diversity set the stage for your perfect holiday!
Steeped in traditional animistic beliefs and influences of world religions and its rich cultural heritage, the colourful ethnic tribes in this Land of the Hornbill celebrates a potpourri of events and festivals throughout the year. However, a feature common to all festivals in Sarawak is the open house tradition, where friends, relatives and strangers drop by homes and are welcomed with all the special food and drink appropriate to the event. Come discover a rich cultural heritage unlike any other in this festive paradise.
Sarawak's rainforest is one of the most diverse and protected ecosystems in the world. For good reason, it is home to some of the most exotic flora and fauna only found in this treasure trove of nature's splendors. From the smallest bird to the biggest moth in the world!
As your sense become romanced by Sarawak's exciting culture and landscape, let your mind be inspired in our technology-friendly business surroundings. Set up for any kind of meeting, seminar, conference or convention, our par excellence service and facilities make business a pleasant and efficiently smooth experience. ideas flow as freely as the running streams, as fresh as the mountain breeze, and as lively as the sound of chirping birds. Here, nature meets modernity to get things done in a very different yet effective way.