Friday, 12 October, 2018 07:19:33 PM

Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 12th Malaysian Parliament
28 April 2008 – 3 April 2013

Mas Gading Tiki Lafe BN (SPDP)
Santubong Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (Deputy Speaker) BN (PBB)
Petra Jaya Fadillah Yusof BN (PBB)
Bandar Kuching Chong Chieng Jen PR (DAP)
Stampin Yong Khoon Seng BN (SUPP)
Kota Samarahan Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib BN (PBB)
Mambong James Dawos Mamit BN (PBB)
Serian Richard Riot Jaem BN (SUPP)
Batang Sadong Nancy Shukri BN (PBB)
Batang Lupar Rohani Abdul Karim BN (PBB)
Sri Aman Masir Kujat BN (PRS)
Lubok Antu William Nyallau Badak BN (PRS)
Betong Douglas Uggah Embas BN (PBB)
Saratok Jelaing Mersat BN (SPDP)
Tanjong Manis Norah Abdul Rahman BN (PBB)
Igan Wahab Dolah BN (PBB)
Sarikei Ding Kuong Hiing BN (SUPP)
Julau Joseph Salang Gandum BN (PRS)
Kanowit Aaron Ago Dagang BN (PRS)
Lanang Tiong Thai King BN (SUPP)
Sibu Wong Ho Leng (from 4 November 2010) PR (DAP)
Robert Lau Hoi Chew BN (SUPP)
Mukah Leo Michael Toyad BN (PBB)
Selangau Joseph Entulu Belaun BN (PRS)
Kapit Alexander Nanta Linggi BN (PBB)
Hulu Rajang Billy Abit Joo BN (PRS)
Bintulu Tiong King Sing BN (SPDP)
Sibuti Ahmad Lai Bujang BN (PBB)
Miri Peter Chin Fah Kui BN (SUPP)
Baram Jacob Dungau Sagan BN (SPDP)
Limbang Hasbi Habibollah BN (PBB)
Lawas Henry Sum Agong BN (PBB)

Members of Parliament from Sarawak, Malaysia

  2013-2018 2018-2023
Mas Gading Nogeh Gumbek
Santubong Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar
Petra Jaya Fadillah Yusof
Bandar Kuching Chong Chieng Jen
Stampin Julian Tan Kok Ping
Kota Samarahan Rubiah Wang
Mambong James Dawos Mamit
Serian Richard Riot Jaem
Batang Sadong Nancy Shukri
Batang Lupar Rohani Abdul Karim
Sri Aman Masir Kujat
Lubok Antu William Nyallau Badak
Betong Douglas Uggah Embas
Saratok William Mawan Ikom
Tanjong Manis Norah Abdul Rahman
Igan Wahab Dolah
Sarikei Wong Ling Biu
Julau Joseph Salang Gandum
Kanowit Aaron Ago Dagang
Lanang Alice Lau Kiong Yieng
Sibu Oscar Ling Chai Yew
Mukah Leo Michael Toyad
Selangau Joseph Entulu Belaun
Kapit Alexander Nanta Linggi
Hulu Rajang Wilson Ugak Kumbong
Bintulu Tiong King Sing
Sibuti Ahmad Lai Bujang
Miri Michael Teo Yu Keng
Baram Anyi Ngau
Limbang Hasbi Habibollah
Lawas Henry Sum Agong

How many divisions does Sarawak has?
According to as on 20 September 2017:
It is either 12 divisions or 5 divisions

01- Betong Division
02- Bintulu Division
03- Kapit Division
04- Kuching Division
05- Limbang Division
06- Miri Division
07- Mukah Division
08- Samarahan Division
09- Sarikei Division
10- Serian Division
11- Sibu Division
12- Sri Aman Division

  Division District Subdistrict
1 Kuching
First Division
Kuching Siburan, Padawan
Lundu Sematan
2 Samarahan
Eight Division
Simunjan Sebuyau
Serian Tebedu
3 Sri Aman
Second Division
Sri Aman Lingga, Pantu
Lubok Antu Engkilili
4 Betong
Eleventh Division
Betong Pusa, Spaoh, Debak, Maludam
Saratok Roban, Kabong, Budu
5 Sibu
Third Division
6 Mukah
Tenth Division
Mukah Balingian
Dalat Oya
Daro Belawai
Matu Igan
7 Miri
Forth Division
Miri Subis, Niah-Suai
Marudi Beluru, Long Lama
8 Bintulu
Ninth Division
Bintulu Sebauh
9 Limbang
Fifth Division
Limbang Ng. Medamit
Lawas Sundar, Trusan
10 Sarikei
Sixth Division
11 Kapit
Seventh Division
Kapit Nanga Merit
Belaga Sungai Asap
12 Serian
Twelve Division
Serian Siburan

The Great Cat of Kuching

If you never been to this famous Big White Cat Status, you never been to Kuching City and you never been to Kuching China Town.
This cat is located at the end of Chinatown (not China Street), there is this white statue of a white cat - an Icon of Kuching.
There is another Cat Statue at the beginning of Chinatown, that is a cluster of mixed colored big and small cats

Note : There are two "CHINA" in Kuching: the CHINA STREET and the CHINA TOWN.

It may be called Cat City, but the streets of Kuching in Borneo don’t teem with feline creatures...although you do notice a lot of cat statues. A statue with its left paw in the air is an open welcome, while a cat with its right paw in the air is a symbol of wealth. Because of this, many shop owners put the right-paw cat statues inside their shops.


People of Sarawak
Culture and Religion
Holidays and Celebrations
History and Heritage
Food Culture
News and Communications
Education and Health


Tourists from China
Sarawak is hot destination for travellers from China.

Visitor itinerary usually included :
visit to the Sarawak Cultural Village,
Bako National Park,
Sarawak River Cruise,
museum visit,

Travellers from China love the allure of nature and adventure, which Sarawak has abundance of. The variety of food and daily activities also keep visitors active and continuously exploring.”

China is a fast growing tourist generating country, and is definitely a promising market for Sarawak.

Sarawak gives visitors the feeling of peace with nature and the easy-going people are just so welcoming!

Sarawak is Malaysia's largest state. It lies in East Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with the eastern state of Sabah, the separate country of Brunei and the Indonesian provinces of Kalimantan.
• Bintulu Town - dreary oil and gas industry base
• Kuching City - Sarawak's capital, the City of Cats is located at the western tip of the state
• Belaga - Jumping point to many of inner Borneo's indigenous tribes and long houses
• Miri - Sarawak's northern city, capital of the state's oil industry
• Sibu - gateway to the hinterland of the Rejang River, Sarawak's and Malaysia's longest river
• Sarikei - "food basket" for the Land of the Hornbills
• Sri Aman - little town along the Batang Lupar, popular among local and foreign tourists especially during the annual tidal bore phenomenon 'benak' in April.
• Mukah - a coastal town in Central Sarawak where the sago-eating tribe (Melanau) are found.
• Kapit - one of the stopover along the Rejang and gateway to interior Sarawak
• Bintangor - former name is 'Binatang' meaning animal. Famous for greenish skin orange.
• Simunjan - a tiny town located between Serian and Sri Aman, site of some colonial era coal works.
National Parks
• Bako National Park - home to the bizarre, obscene-nosed proboscis monkey
• Bukit Lambir National Park - approximately 30km from Miri city. Known for its beautiful water falls and tranquility.
• Loagan Bunut National Park - home to the friendly community of Orang Ulu people known as the Berawan whom are mostly fishermen in this part of Sarawak. The largest freshwater lake in East Malaysia.
• Gunung Gading National Park - where you can try to spot a Rafflesia, the world's largest flower
• Gunung Mulu National Park - with mighty Mount Mulu and some of the world's largest cave system
• Kubah National Park - massive sandstone ridge with its three mountain peaks – the 911m high Gunung Serapi and the slightly smaller Gunung Selang and Gunung Sendok
• Tanjung Datu National Park - smallest of Sarawak’s National Parks, at just under 14 sq km, but it is also one of the most beautiful
• Talang-Satang National Park - was established with the primary aim of conserving Sarawak’s marine turtle population
• Batang Ai National Park - part of the region’s largest trans-national protected area for tropical rainforest conservation
• Similajau National Park - its coastline, a chain of golden sandy beaches, punctuated by small rocky headlands and jungle streams, and bordered by dense green forest
• Niah National Park - one of Sarawak’s better known national parks, important for its archaeological remains such as a 40,000 year old human skull, prehistoric cave paintings, and the birds nest industry. The caves are home to large colonies of bats and swiftlets.
• Semengoh - home to a famous orangutan sanctuary and rehabilitation center
• Wind Cave Nature Reserve - is part of the Bau Formation, a narrow belt of limestone covering about 150 sq km of Southwest Sarawak
• Sama Jaya Nature Reserve - the first multi-purpose urban forest park in Sarawak
• Damai - Sarawak's premier beach resort on the Santubong Peninsula
• Bario and the Kelabit Highlands - the vast highland plateau in the interior popular for trekking and serene Orang Ulu villages.
• Rejang River - the mighty Rejang River, Malaysia's longest river, is the main "highway" connecting little towns and longhouses in Sarawak's hinterland.
Sarawak is the largest and, certainly in terms of visitors per square kilometer, least touristed state of Malaysia. Nearly as large as peninsular Malaysia, the interior is covered in a thicket of impenetrable jungle and mountains and the great majority of the population lives near the coast or along rivers leading to the sea.


Places of interest in

| Sabah | Sarawak | Melacca | Kuala LumpurSIMANGGANG (SRI AMAN)  |

Welcome to Sarawak

Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia. Its colorful history under the rule of the White Rajahs, rich tapestry of cultures and superb natural attractions make it a mesmerizing holiday destination.

Many heritage buildings in Kuching reflect its rich past. An eco-adventure land, Sarawak is great for trekking, caving, mountain climbing, kayaking, hiking, rafting and diving.

Sarawak has a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets and preferences. There are international-standard beach resorts, jungle resorts, star-rated hotels as well as longhouse-style resorts. Budget accommodation is widely available.

Places of Interest

Kuching Waterfront This 900m long esplanade, with landscaped surroundings and eateries, is a popular place for locals and foreigners alike. Places of interest here are The Square Tower, Sarawak Steamship Building and Chinese History Museum. A nearby attraction is the ornate Tua Pek Kong Temple, reputed to be the oldest in the city.

Main Bazaar This is the oldest street in the city. The shop houses here enjoy immense popularity for the bewildering variety of items, from ethnic crafts, textiles to bamboo mats and pottery. Take home exquisite souvenirs of your visit!

Sarawak Museum Sarawak Museum is hailed as one of the finest in Southeast Asia. The Old Wing, designed in the style of a Normandy town house, houses an exceptional ethnographic collection. Within the grounds are an Aquarium, Botanical Gardens and Heroes' Memorial.

Sarawak Cultural Village An award-winning attraction, Sarawak Cultural Village showcases the diverse lifestyles of the state's ethnic groups. Visit the authentic dwellings and view their crafts, household items and musical instruments. The lively cultural performance is a major highlight here. Sarawak Cultural Village is the venue of the annual Rainforest World Music Festival.

Semenggoh Wildlife Center Enjoy the amazing experience of standing close to orang utans in their natural habitat. Watch them swing gracefully as they make their way here during the feeding times. Other attractions include an arboretum, fernery, botanical garden and fruit orchard. Matang Wildlife Center provides the opportunity to view animals in enclosures.

Cat Museum Welcome to a world dedicated to cats! Touted to be the world's first, the Cat Museum pays tribute to these adorable felines with a range of exhibits, photos, statues and souvenirs. Kucing means 'cat' in Malay.

Damai Beach Damai Beach is a major vacation spot, with some of the state's best beach resorts. Enjoy a wide range of water sports activities at the resorts. Tours can be arranged to see the rare Irrawaddy dolphin. Other popular beaches include Siar, Sematan, Penyok, Bandung in Kuching as well as Luak Bay and Hawaii Beach in Miri. The National Parks of Bako, Similajau and Tanjung Datu also boast beautiful beaches.

Textiles and Crafts Take a mesmerizing journey to explore Sarawak's textiles and crafts. The Textile Museum and Pua Kumbu Museum are themed attractions showcasing Sarawak's hand-woven fabrics. More textiles and other handicrafts can be seen at Sarakraf Pavillion and Sarawak Handicraft Center.

Sunday Market in Satok Browse through a profusion of goods from handicrafts, flowers, local snacks to traditional delicacies. The bustling atmosphere and colorful cornucopia of things makes a trip here enjoyable.

Bako National Park Sarawak has many national parks, each teeming with a wealth of flora and fauna. Bako National Park is the state's oldest, and home to the rare long-nosed proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques and various other animals. It serves as an excellent introduction to the rainforest.

Kubah National Park The world's largest collection of palm trees, rare ferns and wild orchids are the main attractions here. The enclave is further enriched with waterfalls and crystal-clear rivers. It is a favorite location for day trips.

Gunung Gading National Park Beautiful cascading waterfalls, rare foliage and a chance to see Rafflesia, the world's largest flower, are the highlights here.

Mulu National Park This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers spectacular attractions. Gunung Mulu has the world's largest cave chamber and the world's most extensive cave system with razor sharp limestone pinnacles.

Tanjung Datu National Park Breathtaking vistas of rolling hills and waters teeming with corals are remarkable attractions here. Adventurous visitors can head to the nearby Telok Melano village for a delightful home stay experience.

Niah National Park Experience the awe of standing at the archaeological site of 40,000 year-old human remains in this park.

Similajau National Park A bird-watchers' paradise, enthusiasts can see some 185 species of birds and 24 species of mammals. Lucky visitors may spot dolphins and turtles in the sea.

Lambir Hills National Park The park is home to an incredible diversity of plants, trees and insects, some that are yet to be identified.

Loagan Bunut National Park A natural marvel here is its large natural lake that is said to dry up and disappear during dry seasons. The Talang and Satang Island National Parks are turtle sanctuaries while Batang Ai National Park offers more jungle adventure.

Longhouse Visits Go on a river safari to visit the indigenous communities who live in longhouses along the Lemanak, Rejang, Skrang and Batang Ai Rivers. Watch how crafts are made or join in the cultural dances.

Golfing Enjoy a round of golf in a pristine rainforest setting. Major golf resorts in Sarawak are situated in Kuching, Damai, Padawan, Miri, Sibu and Bintulu.

Diving Diving enthusiasts should not miss a trip to Miri, to explore one of the richest reefs in Malaysia, Belais Reef and Luconia Shoals are among the popular dive sites in the South China Sea.

Bario Lying at an elevation of 1,000m, Bario in Kelabit Highlands is home to the Kelabit people, touted to be among Borneo's best farmers. Visitors will be awed by their culture and lifestyle.

Getting There

Kuching International Airport is the main entry point into the state. Sarawak is easily accessible by frequent short-haul flights from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Peninsular Malaysia. Visitors can also fly in from the Kota Kinabalu International Airport in Sabah as well as other major cities in Malaysia.

Useful Contacts

Tourist Police Unit Tel: 6082-250 522
Kuching Visitors' Information Center Tel: 6082-410 944/2
Miri Visitors' Information Center Tel: 6085-434 181
Sibu Visitors' Information Center Tel: 6084-340 980

Tourism Malaysia Sarawak

17th Floor, Menara Dato' Onn, Putra World Trade Center
45, Jalan Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 603-2615 8188 • Fax : 603-2693 5884 / 0207
Tourism Infoline (within Malaysia): 1 300 88 5050
Website :

Tel: 6082-246 575 / 775