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Search flights. Rooms 1 room 2 rooms 3 rooms. Children yrs 0 children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 children. Room 1. Room 2. Room 3. Hotel specific dates. Search bundles. The defeat at Plaman Mapu ultimately resulted in the fall of Sukarno and he was replaced by Suharto as president of Indonesia. A number of communist groups existed in Sarawak, the first of which, the Sarawak Overseas Chinese Democratic Youth League, formed in As the political scene changed, it grew progressively more difficult for the communists to operate.
This led to Bong opening talks with chief minister Abdul Rahman Ya'kub in and eventually signing an agreement with the government. Weng, who had moved to China in the mids but nonetheless retained control of the CCO, pushed for a continued armed insurrection against the government in spite of this agreement. The conflict continued mostly in the Rajang Delta region but eventually ended when, on 17 October , the NKCP signed a peace agreement with the Sarawak government.
Generally, the leader of the party that commands the majority of the state Legislative Assembly is appointed as the chief minister; democratically elected representatives are known as state assemblymen. The state assembly passes laws on subjects that are not under the jurisdiction of the Parliament of Malaysia such as land administration, employment, forests, immigration, merchant shipping and fisheries.
The state government is constituted by the chief minister, the cabinet ministers and their assistant ministers. To protect the interests of the Sarawakians in the Malaysian federation, special safeguards have been included in the Constitution of Malaysia. These include: control over immigration in and out of the state as well as the residence status of non-Sarawakians and non-Sabahans, limitations on the practice of law to resident lawyers, independence of the Sarawak High Court from the High Court Peninsular Malaysia, a requirement that the Sarawak Chief Minister be consulted prior to the appointment of the chief judge of the Sarawak High Court, the existence of Native Courts in Sarawak and the power to levy sales tax.
Natives in Sarawak enjoy special privileges such as quotas and employment in public service, scholarships, university placements, and business permits. Major political parties in Sarawak can be divided into three categories: native non-Muslim, native Muslim, and non-native; parties, however, may also include members from more than one group.
The opposition in Sarawak has consistently alleged that the ruling coalition uses various types of vote-buying tactics in order to win elections. However, he was ousted in by Tawi Sli with the help of the Malaysian federal government , causing the Sarawak constitutional crisis. In , the first Sarawak state election was held, with members of the Council Negri being directly elected by the voters.
The party was dissolved after the signing of a peace agreement in However, the then chief minister Abdul Rahman Ya'kub delayed the dissolution of the state assembly by a year to prepare for the challenges posed by opposition parties. However, the coup was unsuccessful and Taib retained his position as chief minister. Since the state election , the Democractic Action Party DAP has derived the majority of its support from urban centres and became the largest opposition party in Sarawak.
On 12 June , the Sarawak Parties Alliance was formed by the BN parties in the state in the aftermath of an historic meeting of party leaders in Kuching, where they decided that in light of the BN defeat in the Malaysian general election and the changing national situation and a new government, the parties will leave the BN altogether.
Unlike states in Peninsular Malaysia , Sarawak is divided into divisions, 12 in all, each headed by an appointed resident. On 26 November , it was announced that the Kuching Division district of Serian would become Sarawak's 12th division and it had officiated by Adenan Satem at its formal creation on 11 April A division is divided into districts, each headed by a district officer, which are in turn divided into sub-districts, each headed by a Sarawak Administrative Officer SAO. There is also one development officer for each division and district to implement development projects.
The state government appoints a headman known as ketua kampung or penghulu for each village. The first paramilitary armed forces in Sarawak, a regiment formed by the Brooke regime in , were known as the Sarawak Rangers. It also engaged in guerrilla warfare against the Japanese, in the Malayan Emergency in West Malaysia and the Sarawak Communist Insurgency against the communists.
Following the formation of Malaysia, the regiment was absorbed into the Malaysian military forces and is now known as the Royal Ranger Regiment. In , Sarawak, together with neighbouring North Borneo , and Brunei, became British protectorates , and the responsibility for foreign policy was handed over to the British in exchange for military protection. The Malaysian government has a number of border disputes with neighbouring countries, of which several concern Sarawak.
This includes land and maritime disputes with neighbouring Brunei. Sarawak has a tropical geography with an equatorial climate and experiences two monsoon seasons: a northeast monsoon and a southwest monsoon. The northeast monsoon occurs between November and February, bringing heavy rainfall while the southwest monsoon, which occurs between March and October, brings somewhat less rainfall. Miri has the lowest average temperatures in comparison to other major towns in Sarawak and has the longest daylight hours more than six hours a day , while other areas receive sunshine for five to six hours a day.
Sarawak is divided into three ecoregions. The coastal region is rather low-lying and flat with large areas of swamp and other wet environments. The ports of Kuching and Sibu are built some distance from the coast on rivers while Bintulu and Miri are close to the coastline where the hills stretch right to the South China Sea. The third region is the mountainous region along the Sarawak—Kalimantan border, where a number of villages such as Bario , Ba'kelalan , and Usun Apau Plieran are located.
Sarawak can be divided into two geological zones: the Sunda Shield , which extends southwest from the Batang Lupar River near Sri Aman and forms the southern tip of Sarawak, and the geosyncline region, which extends northeast to the Batang Lupar River, forming the central and northern regions of Sarawak. The oldest rock type in southern Sarawak is schist formed during the Carboniferous and Lower Permian times, while the youngest igneous rock in this region, andesite , can be found at Sematan.
Geological formation of the central and northern regions started during the late Cretaceous period. Other types of stone that can be found in central and northern Sarawak are shale , sandstone , and chert. There are thirty national parks,  among which are Niah with its eponymous caves,  the highly developed ecosystem around Lambir Hills ,  and the World Heritage Site of Gunung Mulu.
Pinnacles at Gunung Mulu National Park. Parts of the Bako National Park. Sarawak contains large tracts of tropical rainforest with diverse plant species,  which has led to a number of them being studied for medicinal properties. The major trees found in estuary forests include bako and nibong , while those in the peat swamp forests include ramin Gonystylus bancanus , meranti Shorea , and medang jongkong Dactylocladus stenostachys.
Animal species are also highly varied, with species of mammals, species of birds, species of snakes, species of lizards, and species of amphibians, of which 19 per cent of the mammals, 6 per cent of the birds, 20 per cent of the snakes and 32 per cent of the lizards are endemic. These species are largely found in Totally Protected Areas. There are over 2, tree species in Sarawak. Other plants includes 1, species of orchids, species of ferns, and species of palm.
A year later, he formulated the "Sarawak Law" which foreshadowed the formulation of his and Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection three years later. The Sarawak state government has enacted several laws to protect its forests and endangered wildlife species.
Some of the protected species are the orangutan, green sea turtle , flying lemur , and piping hornbill. Sarawak's rain forests are primarily threatened by the logging industry and palm oil plantations. This led to several blockades by indigenous tribes during the s and s against logging companies encroaching on their lands. However, this case has served as a precedent, leading to more NCR being upheld by the high court in the following years.
Sarawak GDP share by sector . Historically, Sarawak's economy was stagnant during the rule of previous three white Rajahs. After the formation of Malaysia, Sarawak GDP growth rate has risen due to increase in petroleum output and the rise in global petroleum prices. However, the state economy is less diversified and still heavily dependent upon the export of primary commodities when compared to Malaysia overall.
The per capita GDP in Sarawak was lower than the national average from to Sarawak is abundant in natural resources, and primary industries such as mining, agriculture, and forestry accounted for Sarawak contributed As of , Sarawak is producing , barrel of oil equivalent every day in 60 oil and gas producing fields. Crude petroleum accounts for In , OCBC became the first foreign bank to operate in Sarawak, with other overseas banks following suit. Electricity in Sarawak, supplied by the state-owned Sarawak Energy Berhad SEB ,  is primarily sourced from traditional coal fired power plants and thermal power stations using LNG,   but diesel based sources and hydroelectricity are also utilised.
There are 3 hydroelectric dams as of [update] at Batang Ai ,  Bakun,  and Murum,  with several others under consideration. Tourism plays a major role in the economy of the state, contributing 7. The Rainforest World Music Festival is the region's primary musical event, attracting more than 20, people annually.
In comparison, mobile telecommunication uptake in Sarawak was comparable to the national average, Much like many former British territories, Sarawak uses a dual carriageway with the left-hand traffic rule. A railway line existed before the war, but the last remnants of the line were dismantled in Sarawak is served by a number of airports with Kuching International Airport , located south west of Kuching, being the largest.
A second airport at Miri serves flights primarily to other Malaysian states as well as services to Singapore. There are also a number of remote airstrips serving rural communities in the state. Sarawak has four primary ports located at Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, and Miri.
The remaining ports are under the respective state port authorities. The combined throughput of the four primary ports was For centuries, the rivers of Sarawak have been a primary means of transport as well as a route for timber and other agricultural goods moving downriver for export at the country's major ports. Health care in Sarawak is provided by three major government hospitals, Sarawak General Hospital , Sibu Hospital , and Miri Hospital ,  as well as numerous district hospitals,  public health clinics, 1Malaysia clinics , and rural clinics.
Hospitals in Sarawak typically provide the full gamut of health care options, from triage to palliative care for the terminally ill. The non profit Sarawak Hospice Society was established in to promote this program. In comparison to the prevalence of health services in urban regions, much of rural Sarawak is only accessible by river transport, which limits access.
A government program to have integrated hospitals led to numerous universities starting programs to teach traditional medicine and major hospitals, including Sarawak General Hospital, providing traditional therapies. Education in Malaysia falls under the remit of two federal ministries; the Malaysian Ministry of Education is responsible for primary and secondary education,  while the Ministry of Higher Education has oversight over public universities, polytechnic and community colleges.
However, the ministry does oversee the licensing of private kindergartens, the main form of early childhood education, in accordance with the National Pre-School Quality Standard, which was launched in Around the time of Federation, overall literacy in Sarawak was quite low. Sub-ethnic groups of Dayak in Sarawak . The census of Malaysia reported a population of 2,, in Sarawak, making it the fourth most populous state. Although it has a low population density, the average population growth rate of 1.
Urban populations consist predominantly of Malays , Melanaus, Chinese , and a small population of urban Ibans and Bidayuhs who migrated from their home villages seeking employment. This classification grants them special privileges in education, jobs, finance, and political positions.
The registration for, and issuing of, National identity cards, a legally required document for accessing various services, to these remote tribes has been problematic for many years,  and in the past had even resulted in a large number of people from the Penan ethnic group being rendered effectively stateless. Sarawak has a large immigrant work force with as many as , registered foreign migrant workers working as domestic workers or in plantation, manufacturing, construction, services and agriculture.
Sarawak has six major ethnic groups, Iban , Chinese , Malay , Bidayuh , Melanau , and Orang Ulu ,  as well as a number of ethnic groups with smaller but still substantial populations, such as the Kedayan , Javanese , Bugis , Murut , and Indian. The population of , of the Iban people in Sarawak, based on statistics, makes it the largest ethnic group in the state.
Specific terms were used to refer to those who belonged to particular social strata, such as the raja berani rich and the brave , orang mayuh ordinary people , and ulun slaves. Although the presence of Chinese in Sarawak dates back to the 6th century AD when traders first came to the state, the Chinese population today largely consists of communities originating from immigrants during the Brooke era. They celebrate major cultural festivals such as Hungry Ghost Festival and the Chinese New Year much as their ancestors did.
Those who settled in Kuching did so near the Sarawak River in an area that is now referred to as Chinatown. During the Brooke era, Sarawak Malays were predominantly fishermen,  leading to their villages being concentrated along river banks. However, with the advent of urban development, many Malays have migrated to seek employment in public and private sectors.
Traditionally, they are known for their silver and brass crafts, wood carvings, and textiles. The Melanau are a native people of Sarawak that lived in areas primarily around the modern city of Mukah, where they worked as fishermen and craftsmen as well renowned boat-builders. Historically the Melanau practised Animism , a belief that spirits inhabited objects in their environment, and while this is still practised today, most Melanau have since been converted to Christianity and Islam.
The Bidayuh are a southern Sarawak people,  that were referred to by early European settlers as Land Dayaks because they traditionally live on steep limestone mountains. They account for 8. The Bidayuh are indigenous to the areas that comprise the modern day divisions of Kuching and Serian. Although considered one people, their language is regionally distinct resulting in dialects that are unintelligible to Bidayuh from outside the immediate locale,  [ failed verification ] resulting in English and Malay being the lingua franca.
Like many other indigenous peoples, the majority of the Bidayuh have been converted to Christianity,  but still live in villages consisting of longhouses, with the addition of the distinctive round baruk where communal gatherings were held. In the Iban language this name means "Upriver People," reflecting the location these tribes settled in;  most of them reside near the drainage basin of the Baram River.
The Indians, predominantly the Tamils and Malayalees were brought by the British Government to work in estates as labourers and clerks. Today, many among the Indians are known to be employed as professionals mainly doctors in Sarawak.
English was the official language of Sarawak from to due to opposition from First Chief Minister of Sarawak Stephen Kalong Ningkan to the use of the Malaysian language in Sarawak. Although the official form of Malay, Bahasa Malaysia , is spoken by the government administration, it is used infrequently in colloquial conversation. The local dialect of Bahasa Sarawak Sarawak Malay dominates the vernacular.
Bahasa Sarawak is the most common language of Sarawak Malays and other indigenous tribes. The Iban language, which has minor regional variations, is the most widely spoken native language, with 34 per cent of the Sarawak population speaking it as a first language. The Bidayuh language, with six major dialects, is spoken by 10 per cent of the population. The Orang Ulu have about 30 different language dialects. While the ethnic Chinese originate from a variety of backgrounds and speak many different dialects such as Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, Fuzhou, and Teochew, they also converse in Malaysian Mandarin.
Sarawak is the only state in Malaysia where Christians outnumber Muslims. The earliest Christian missionaries in Sarawak were Church of England Anglicans in , followed by Roman Catholics a few years later, and Methodists in Evangelizing first took place among the Chinese immigrants before spreading to indigenous animists. Many Muslims come from the Malay and Melanau. Buddhism, Taoism, and Chinese folk religion are predominantly practised by Chinese Malaysians. Although Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, Sarawak has no official state religion.
With such provisions, Islamic policies can be formulated in Sarawak and the establishment of Islamic state agencies is possible. The Majlis Islam Bill enabled the setting up of Syariah Courts in Sarawak with jurisdictions over matrimonial, child custody, betrothal , inheritance, and criminal cases in the state. An appeals court and Courts of Kadi were also formed. The location and history of Sarawak has resulted in a broad diversity of ethnicity, culture and languages.
Among the indigenous peoples of Sarawak, outside influences have led to many changes over time. The Iban tribal culture in Sarawak centred on the concept of the warrior and the ability to take heads from other tribes in battle. This practice, central as it was to the Iban people, was made illegal under James Brooke's rule and ultimately faded away although reminders of the practice are still seen in some long houses.
One major change was the shift in the focal point of their social interactions from the traditional long house to the local church. Their religious devotion has also helped shape their worldview outside of their village, particularly in response to change.
The indigenous tribes of Sarawak traditionally used oratory to pass on their culture from one generation to the next;  [note 11] examples of these traditional practices include the Iban's Ngajat dances,  Renong Iban vocal repertory ,  Ensera Iban oral narratives ,  [note 12] and epic storytelling by the Kayan and Kenyah. In the years before federation, the colonial government recognised that British education and indigenous culture was influencing a new generation of Iban teachers.
Thus, on 15 September , the Borneo Literature Bureau was inaugurated with a charter to nurture and encourage local literature while also supporting the government in its release of documentation, particularly in technical and instructional manuscripts that were to be distributed to the indigenous peoples of Sarawak and Sabah.
As well as indigenous languages, documents would also be published in English, Chinese and Malay. In , the bureau came under the authority of the federal government language planning and development agency, the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka DBP , which advocated publication only in Malay ultimately causing the demise of fledgling indigenous literature. It was a number of decades before print media began to appear in Sarawak.
The Sarawak Gazette , published by the Brooke government, recorded a variety of news relating to economics, agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, began circulation in and continues in modern times. There are a number of museums in Sarawak that preserve and maintain artefacts of Sarawak's culture. At the foot of Mount Santubong, Kuching, is Sarawak Cultural Village, a "living museum" that showcases the various ethnic groups carrying out traditional activities in their respective traditional houses.
Sarawakians observe a number of holidays and festivals throughout the year. The open house tradition allows other ethnic groups to join in the celebrations. Sarawak being home to diverse communities, Sarawakian cuisine has a variety of ethnically influenced cuisines and cooking styles rarely found elsewhere in Malaysia. Notable dishes in the state include Sarawak laksa ,  kolo mee ,  and ayam pansuh. Sarawak sent its own teams to participate in the and British Empire and Commonwealth Games ,  and Asian Games ; after , Sarawakians competed as part of the Malaysian team.
However, Sarawak didn't have its own true TV station until 10 October , when it launched TV Sarawak , thus becoming the first region in Malaysia to own its TV station and marking the comeback to the broadcasting world 15 years after. It aims to overcome the low priority and coverage of Peninsular-based media and to solidify the representation of Sarawak, and generally of East Malaysia.
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