Campaign offers 16 discounted interstate travel packages

TO mark the reopening of interstate travel, the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB), in collaboration with the Sarawak Tourism Federation (STF), the Association of Sarawak Inbound Agencies (ASIA) and Shopee Malaysia, is offering an end-of-year getaway with the “Jom Ke Sarawak” (JKS) interstate campaign.

STB general manager Sharzede Datu Salleh Askor said in a statement that the campaign features 16 tour packages to the southern, central and northern regions of Sarawak, exclusively on Shopee Malaysia, with prices starting at RM 176 for a stay of three days and two nights.

“Kuching Packages offer travelers a feel for the diversity of Sarawak, whether it’s a visit to our award-winning living museum like our Sarawak Cultural Village, or a chance to get acquainted with the orangs- utans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

“Meanwhile, travelers to Sibu will discover the many hidden wonders of the Sarawak countryside in the central region, namely in Bintangor, Sarikei, Dalat and Mukah,” she said.

For nature and adventure lovers, Miri packages will allow you to explore the iconic Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, recognized as a Unesco World Heritage Site, as well as Niah National Park. It is also possible to enjoy the serenity of Bario Highlands.

“We invite travelers to take advantage of return flights to Mulu via MASwings, whether you are coming from Kota Kinabalu, Miri or Kuching,” Sharzede said.

She believes the JKS campaign was a golden opportunity for travelers to rediscover Sarawak at a reduced price.

“After what could be described as a tough year, it’s finally a good time to reset, refresh and rejuvenate this end of the year.

“Sarawak has a lot to offer, ranging from adventure and recreation, recreation and food to heritage and culture,” she added.

Reservations can be made through Shopee Malaysia until December 5th. The travel period is from October 15 to December 15 this year.

For more details on the campaign, visit https://shopee.com.my/m/sarawak-tourism