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RAINFOREST RHYTHMS

There are new worlds to be discovered in Sarawak, whether you’re organising a big international convention or hosting a dedicated workshop for a niche of professionals. Find out all about Sarawak and what we have to offer for your event.

Venues and Accommodation

Malaysia has some of the world’s best accommodation options; from first class hotels to original boutique hotels and budget B&Bs. Malaysian hotel prices are confirmed to be some of the most competitive in the region.

There are over *6,700 rooms of 3 to 5 stars in Sarawak with new hotels in the pipeline. There are also many small hotels including boutique properties that offer a unique Sarawak experience.

A summary of room costs (by star-rating) in the city centres is provided below.

Category Type No of rooms Avg. Cost – Daily Rates
5 stars Single / Double *1,257 **RM305 – RM500 (USD78.20 – USD128.19)
4 stars Single / Double *2,322 **RM300 – RM450 (USD76.91 – USD115.37)
3 stars Single / Double *3,162 **RM120 – RM350 (USD30.77 – UDS89.73)

* The information is provided by Ministry of Tourism Sarawak and is correct at the time of printing in 2016

**All hotel rates (by web rate) are correct at the time of printing, exclusive of 16% service & government tax in 2016.

A non-exhaustive list of hotels please refer to this link.

 

Venues for Your Events

Location, location, location. As it is with Hollywood, so it is with conference events. Special venues make for powerful statements. Sarawak is full of special venues, rife with history, mystery and the notion of Old World romance. The most popular to date: the Old Court House; Fort Margherita; Sarawak Stadium; Futsal Centre; Go Kart Centre; Sarawak Museum; Sarawak Cultural Village; Wesberly Art Gallery; Atelier Society; Malay Boyan Village; Sri Srinivasagar Kaliamman Indian Temple; Kuching Waterfront; Kuching Amphitheatre; Miri Public Park; Matang Family Park; Kuching Civic Centre; Turn Red Cave; Mulu National Park; Sama Jaya Nature Reserve; Pustaka Negeri Sarawak; the Petroleum Museum, and the list keeps on growing every year.

Our venues change perceptions, and move the spirit and imprint on people for life.