Wang Tunai RM5,000 Menanti Johan Larian Amal Kamek Miak Sarawak 0 215

Kepada warga Sarawak buat pertama kalinya dalam sejarah Laman Facebook Kamek Miak Sarawak buat akan menganjurkan “Larian Amal Kamek Miak Sarawak 2019 yang akan diadakan di perkarangan Stadium Sarawak pada 23 Jun 2019.

Apa yang menariknya mengenai larian amal ini, perbagai hadiah yang menarik dan lumayan menanti para pemenang seperti medal dan wang tunai.Johan akan membawa pulang wang tunai sebanyak RM5,000

Larian amal ini dibahagikan kepada 3 kategori iaitu 3KM, 7KM dan 12KM. T-shirt percuma juga akan diberikan kepada peserta yang sudah mendaftar

Penyertaan adalah terhad kepada 10 ribu orang sahaja jika berminat sila daftar sekarang!! >>>

Pendaftaran dan pembayaran adalah secara online (atas talian) adalah 0% charged

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de Cuisine, First Fine Dining Seafood Restaurant in Kuching 0 345

About de Cuisine, Fine Dining Restaurant in Kuching

de Cuisine, which means “The good food” in French is poised to be the first fine dining Seafood Restaurant in Kuching with a fusion of Western and Asian dishes.

The restaurant’s delicately designed interior can accommodate 300 people spanning two spacious floors at a corner shoplot in Saradise, Kuching. Google Map Location. Specializing in authentic Foochow delicacies, the restaurant has over 200 menu selections to choose from. The restaurant serves no pork and is known for its curated collection of wine and exclusive liquor from around the world.

de Cuisine is the brainchild of award-winning chef Barnabas Tiong Kieng Wei  who has 20 years of experience in the food industry. He was awarded for Best Food and Entertainment Outlet in Sibu in 2009/2010. The idea for de Cuisine stems from difficulties in finding good authentic Foochow dishes in Kuching.

For your information, there are 4 rooms available for private dining on 1st floor.

de Cuisine Hours Of Operation

Monday – Sunday:

11:45 am – 2:00 pm (lunch)
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm (dinner)

*We are close on every Tuesday’s lunch hour.

Click here for Reservation

Click here for the Official Website and Food Menu

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Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival 2019 – April 26-28 0 451

KUCHING: The Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival will be held from April 26 to 28 at the Sarawak Cultural Village in Santubong near here and will complement the ongoing Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC).

State Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said that apart from the festival, Kuching City would be hosting the much-awaited Asean International Film Festival and Awards (AIFFA) from April 24 to 27.

Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival 2019

“This festival is aimed to celebrate the unique cultural diversity of Sarawakians who come from different ethnicities and show others that Sarawakians can still live in perfect harmony,“ he told a media conference here today.

He congratulated the Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) and Sarawak Cultural Village for organising a colourful and vibrant ethnic festival which also serves as a prelude to the statewide Gawai Dayak celebration that is jointly celebrated by all Sarawakians in June.

Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival 2019


26th April 2019

The beauty pageant was introduced in 1999 and unlike the traditional Kumang Gawai where the contestants are of the Dayak community; ethnic beauty pageant is open to all single ladies of any race and nationalities.

The open application to all single ladies of any race and nationalities is to encourage and attract the interest and participation of non-Dayak to celebrate in a festival that has traditionally associated with the Dayak community only.

The Organiser has always been looking for a woman of quality and substance as the winners of the pageant. The winner must have the grace and poise, articulate with a sound knowledge of Sarawak and its tourism related subjects.

Besides physical attractiveness, the winner must also possess a friendly disposition, charm and the confident for she could be our tourism ambassador. Book your ticket here


27th April 2019

One of the highlights of SHFF is the musical drama, which has so far received rave reviews from both the media and audiences. The obvious uniqueness that whf theme plays have are the fact that the stage will be the whole village itself, and the entire play will envelop the guests in live theatrical scenes.

The three Dayak communities’ legends will take turns in being featured in SHHF’s musical dramas, and following last year’s Iban theme play and the Bidayuh the year before that, it is now the turn for the Orang Ulu community to have one of their legends re-enacted.

This year musical drama will be based on a Bisaya legendary entitled “Dang Bunsu” will tell the story of a young Bisaya maiden on her mystical journey. Book your ticket here


27th April 2019

For Sape enthusiasts, there will be a Sape concert staged on the night of 27th April 2017 in the SCV Theatre. This concert combines both the Sape professionals and amateurs from Sarawak, Sabah and other countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei. This concert will feature Sape traditional and fusion music by international musicians as well as Sape’ workshop at day time.

This festival was introduced and held mainly to preserve and maintain the originality and uniqueness of Orang Ulu traditional music from Sarawak and Malaysia in general, at both the national and international level.

Sape is one of the Orang Ulu’s identities and can become a tourist attraction for the state and Malaysia. Book your ticket here

For more information and details on the festival, please access the official website or visit the Facebook page of the Sarawak Harvest and Folklore Festival.

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