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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2017

Bringing All Types of Dances Together at Sibu International Dance Festival (SIDF) 2017

The Sibu International Dance Festival (SIDF) is back again this year for the sixth time!

 

SIDF is a platform where dancers from local, regional and international level can come together to exchange ideas and showcase choreography. This year’s event has been extended to include outdoor and indoor performance, as well as street corners, in a bid to draw more people to join the festival and to be directly involved with the performers.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

The 6th edition of SIDF was held on August 29 2017 to September 2 2017.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

Sibu International Dance Festival (SIDF) was first organised in 2012 by the Hornland Dance Theatre in Sibu. The Dance Festival is an annual event that portrays all forms of dances, traditional or modern, for all groups of age and of all races and cultures, both locally and internationally.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

The first debut concert was held in 2012 and with the acknowledgement and support of the Sibu Municipal Council. It aimed to be held as an annual event during the mid-term school holiday of the second half of the year in Malaysia and it is located in the largest town in the central zone of Sarawak, in Sibu, next to the Rejang River, which is the longest river in South-east Asia.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

SIDF aims to become the world platform for artists and arts organization from local, regional and international levels to exchange dialogs, concepts, experiments, explorations and displaying the diversity of dances, and boost tourism, art and culture in this region through this event.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

The five-day festival had a wide variety of local and international dance performances in its schedule. The event included dance troupes from Singapore’s SIM Dance Art, KL’s DPAC Dance Company, USA’s Cohan/Suzeau Dance Company, Ivan Chan and Sudhee Liao from Hong Kong, Thailand’s Pathum Thanee Folk Dance Group, Kishiqata from Japan, Indonesia’s Loka Art Studio, and many, many more!

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

Apart from that, dance enthusiasts also had the chance to take part in dance workshops held by the professional artists from 12 different groups. Dance genres included street dance, traditional dance, modern dance and more.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

Take a trip down to Sibu between the end of August and early September next year, and you’ll not only get to enjoy Sarawak’s largest town in its central zone but you’ll also be able to catch the Sibu International Dance Festival.

 

Photo credit to Sibu International Dance Festival official website

 

One thing awesome about Borneo is that we always have several cultural events happening throughout the month, and going on a road trip is a cheap and easy way to de-stress for the weekend and enjoy our Sarawak scenery!

 

You could also take the time to check out our website for affordable holiday packages! Just click here at SarawakBorneoTour.com!

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2017

Rainforest Garden Cafe, A Themed Cafe on the Rise in Kuching, Sarawak

Have you ever wonder what is it like to dine with nature? Enjoying your meal while being surrounded by the lush green and fresh nature, the singing of the birds and the sound of the water flowing… Wouldn’t that be great? Well, now you can!

  

 

There is a nature concept café in Kuching, called the Rainforest Garden Café, which is now a hot eatery spot for food-lovers as well nature-lovers. This is because, people are able to appreciate the nature that is around them while enjoying a delicious meal at this very café.

 

 

Rainforest Garden Café is located at Lot 774, Block 226, 5th Mile, Penrissen Road, 93250, Kuching, Sarawak and is also the first of its kind here in Kuching!

 

 

In the café, there are 7 kiosks selling different types of food for every type of mealtime; breakfast, lunch, dinner, and etc. The brand or kiosks include Lok Lok, Mom’s Kitchen, Claypot Box, and more. Here are the recommendations by the chef; Malicai Fried Beehoon, Popo Hakka Luicha, Kampung Fried Rice, Pattaya Fried Rice, Tomato Kueh Tiaw, Mee Mamak, Spice Fried Spaghetti and Tomato Fried Spaghetti.

 

 

For those who cannot eat pork meat, you don’t have to worry about that since this café serves no pork. It is also a self-service type of café.

The café is open on Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm and only closes on Monday, but opens if it is a public holiday as more patrons will drop by for a meal.

 

 

Furthermore, the café provides services such as outdoor seating, takeaways, and booking for parties. So, if you ever plan to host a birthday party or anything, you can just give them a call to book your date.

Contact them at 082-577963 or send them details on your event at dixonttk@gmail.com

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