Sarawak Biodiversity Center (SBC) celebrates Biodiversity Day every year with a public open house that invites public to come and enjoy the fun moments via various activities that allow public to learn more about biodiversity of Sarawak. This year the SBC celebrates its biodiversity day in conjunction with the international day for biological diversity. The theme this year is “From Agreement to Action : Build Back Biodiversity”.Read More
Category: Sarawak, Malaysia
SARAWAK – Capital City : Kuching Sarawak is known as “Land of Hornbill”. Along the north-western seaboard of Borneo, Sarawak is home to one of the world’s oldest tropical rainforests. It is previously known as “The Land of Hornbills” in tribute to the majestic looking hornbills, which are considered messengers from the spiritual world by the Iban community. Sarawak’s population comprises at least 25 distinct indigenous groups including Iban, Melanau, Malay, Bidayuh, Penan, Murut, Kenyah, Kayan, Kelabit, Lun Bawang and others. The non-indigenous include the Chinese and Indians, whose presence dated back over a thousand years. Sarawak offers the best potential in Malaysia in all fields, such as economy, tourism, education, agriculture, energy resources and industry.
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