Wednesday, November 05, 2008

News: Sarikei Tourism featured in Borneo Talk

Borneo Talk cover
Oct-Dec 2008
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Source: Frost Lee


Reader Frost alerted me of Sarikei's feature in Borneo Talk's Oct-Dec 2008 issue. Below is extracted from the online version. Enjoy the ride.

Borneo Talk - your companion to discovery, is a quarterly magazine that focuses on different aspects of Sarawak and its neighbouring states; the main aim being to promote all destinations and places in Borneo so more people will know about this beautiful and friendly place.

Borneo Talk cover
Oct-Dec 2008



In this respect, the magazine seeks to include as many interesting and wonderful places to showcase the wonders of nature, cultures and traditions as well as the modern touch in these places, which still remain as one of the safest destination in this part of the world. Borneo Talk is distributed free and with a print order of 40,000 copies, it is widely available in different locations and places inclusive of hotels, tourism offices and airports.


Sarikei in Borneo Talk, Part 1.
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Sarikei in Borneo Talk, Part 2.
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Sarikei in Borneo Talk, Part 3.
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Sarikei in Borneo Talk, Part 4.
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4 comments:

nelson said...

i took one copy from the airport too just recently. this is good. at least they are showing effort to promote sarikei not neglecting her. trips to farms etc and hands on activities for the tourists are to be tapped from now on for the food basket of sarawak.

Daniel Yiek said...

I realised that I have uploaded Part 3 & 4 twice and missed out Part 1 & 2. Just corrected. Go and read part 1 & 2.

This article did not just cut and paste from government websites. They took the effort to write a decent article.

On the Pala Munsoh waterfall park, I wonder how many of us know how to get there from the info provided. If we don't know, can we expect local and foreign tourists to get there?

nelson said...

i really duno where is this palak musoh thingy.

piko said...

great stuff, but i hope the authorities will know how to balance the progress coming into sarikei. it has to maintain some form of individuality and originality. too many new 'stiff' shophouses to my liking nowadays

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