Sunday, January 21, 2007

Sarawak's tourism attractions to get wider exposure

KUCHING: Sarawak’s tourism industry will gain wider international exposure as more foreign television stations air their productions on the state’s unique culture and colourful lifestyles of its various ethnic groups, Sarawak Tourism Board’s marketing executive Catherine Lau said.

Also to be featured in their adventure series are the state’s world heritage site - Mulu National Park - and other eco-tourism attractions in the tropical forest settings.

Taiwan-based Sanlih E-Television (SET TV) is the latest foreign TV station now on a filming stint in the Land of the Hornbills.

The station’s six-member film crew is expected to produce at least three episodes for its “The King of Adventure” programme during their 11-day trip in Sarawak , said its director Cheng Au-Lin.

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