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Showing posts with label Sarawak. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sarawak. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Aspiring plans for Kuching to be travel hub .

"Sarawak is known as an eco-tourism sector and our main problem is connectivity. This conference will give insights to the airlines executive, that there is such a place called Kuching in Borneo where they can expand their market potential in Asia,” he said when announcing Routes Asia 2014."
How many foreign Airline that stop over at Kuching International Airport ?
 Kuching International Airport, with a volume of 4.86 million passengers recorded last year, is the door to exquisite Borneo niche tourism but was challenged with connectivity problems, says its Tourism Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg.
 Currently, direct flights from Kuching to other international destinations include Brunei, Singapore and Pontianak in Indonesia. Other launched direct flights, which had been cancelled, include Kuching to Perth, Macau and Bali. Direct flights from Kuching to Singapore operated by Tiger Airways was also cancelled after three years.
This article was published :
First Published: 4:11pm, Feb 05, 2014
 XPress Air from Indonesia is one of the foreign Airline that still flies to Kuching International Airport.
 Silk Air from Singapore one of the foreign airline still stop in Kuching International Airport.


Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Colourful and Joyous 50th Years Sarawak Merdeka in Malaysia.

Yesterday 16 September,2013 the 50th Malaysia Day celebration was an enjoyable and colourful one with thousands of people, including foreigners, converging to Padang Merdeka, the venue of the event, as early as 7am, to watch the parade.
The celebration began soon after the arrival of The King and Queen of Malaysia at 8am, who were greeted upon arrival by The federal & State Ministers.
The national anthem was then played, accompanied by a fly-past by two Royal Malaysia Air Force (RMAF) Nuri helicopters and 21 gun-salute by the Royal Artillery Regiment.
The King then inspected the guard-of-honour mounted by the 13th battalion of the Royal Malay Regiment.
More Picture HERE anyway Let the Pictures Tell the Story.






The national anthem was then played, accompanied by a fly-past by two Royal Malaysia Air Force (RMAF) Nuri helicopters and 21 gun-salute by the Royal Artillery Regiment,
A fly-past by Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) fighter jets




 Happy Birthday Sarawak in Malaysia .