Venue Accomodation and Tour

Venue:

The 4th BBRC will be conducted at Faculty of Economics and Business, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), Jalan Datuk Mohammad Musa, 94300 Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia.

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Accommodation:

Accommodation for non-local participants can be arranged in following:

My Inn Hotel

Address: Lot 1508, Block 26,MTLD, Kuching-Kota Expressway, Sarawak, 94300 Kota Samarahan, Sarawak

Phone: 082-617 828

http://myinnhotel.com/

Place2stay Campus Hub

Address: 11, Kuching Outer Ring Road, 94300 Kuching

Phone: 082-505 622

http://www.place2stay.com.my/

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 Place to Visit:

In visit to UNIMAS for BBRC it is a chance for you to explore the rich culture of Kuching and Sarawak.

  • Kuching Waterfront

The Kuching Waterfront was where the first white rajah, James Brooke, landed in Sarawak. The Sarawak government spent a huge sum of money reconstructing the waterfront and reclaiming parts of the riverside that used to be a docking area for villagers crossing the river by small boats. It is now a beautifully landscaped esplanade along the Sarawak River with some eateries and entertainment areas

  • Tua Pek Kong Temple

Built in 1843, this red building is the oldest Chinese temple in Sarawak. It is a major landmark located in the heart of Kuching near the Sarawak River. Chinese worshippers flock to this temple to pray during festivals and other religious celebrations.

  • Cat Museum

Meow! This Cat City lives up to its name. It has a cat museum situated on Bukit Siol at Petra Jaya across the river. For feline lovers, this is the ultimate collection of cat memorabilia, from Hello Kitty and Garfield to Matthew Flinder's cat and other famous felines.

  • Taman Budaya

Taman Budaya is a public garden that was previously a reservoir. It is not far from the Old Sarawak Museum. This place is also known as Kuching Reservoir to the locals. The area is popular for jogging and walking. The hilly landscape of Taman Budaya adds to the attraction of the garden.

  • Sarawak Islamic Museum

This building was formerly a school named James Brooke Malay College. It was later used as a teachers' training college for Malay studies. There are seven galleries in this museum featuring artefacts and items relating to Islamic civilisation, including weapons, coins, jewellery and costumes.

** Moreover you can also explore some more attractive events and places of your choice from link below:

https://sarawaktourism.com