Sarawak is the largest State of Malaysia’s 13 States. Strategically located in South East Asia, it has large tracts of land which is suitable for development.

Easily accessible from the major cities of the world, Sarawak can be reached within three hours by air from Hong Kong, six hours from Japan, four hours from Australia and two hours from Indonesia and about an hour from Singapore and Brunei.

Geographically Sarawak is at the heart of the Asia-Pacific and with its strategic location the State is emerging as a very profitable investment hub offering cost-competitive advantages with good transportation linkages.