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BEPartner Directory

Find convention venues, hotels, event suppliers and more in our BEPartner Directory. 

If you would like to be part of the listing, please contact Dylan Redas Noel (Head of Industry Development) at [email protected] or call +6 082 242516.

Brighton Travel and Tour Sdn Bhd

Destination Management / Travel Agents

Our company was established in the year 2000. We are specialized in providing Culture, Adventure & Nature tour packages. We also have diving, deep sea and river fishing packages as well. We do offer chauffeur services and also hire & drive services with our full range of vehicles from Luxury Mpvs, Luxury SUV, Luxury Sedans, Buses & also Compact vehicles for our client need. Please feel free to contact us shall you need any quotation or further queries. Shall you need a customize tour package, please feel free to drop us an email on your requirement and we will try our very best to suit your needs.

Unit 15, Level 2,
Soon Hup Tower,
Jalan Maju,
98000 Miri, Sarawak

Phone: +6085 428 899
Fax: +6085 430 669

Contact: Mr. Wilson Chiam Tak Chee
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.brightontt.com

Britten Craft - Hand Made Accessories

Consultant, Equipment Hire, Talent providers, Speakers, Trainer

Britten Craft, owned by a local Sarawakian handicraftsman, offers various products, from necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pendants, anklets, handcrafted from Sarawak clay.

Sublot 17, Ground Floor,
Lot 19315, Jalan Setia Raja,
93450 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +6082 579 381
Fax: +6082 593 367

Contact: Ms. Bronica Britten
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Britten-Craft-Hand-Made-Accessories-1581390565445507/

Brooke Museums

Tourist Attractions

Our Vision and Mission Our vision is to transform a unique historical legacy into socially responsible outcomes for communities in Sarawak and around the world. Our Mission To share and explore the elements that make up Sarawak’s unique history and heritage and in doing so inform, enrich and inspire To achieve our mission: -We preserve, conserve and develop works of historical significance and the heritage of Sarawak. -We undertake and participate in community-oriented projects with real and meaningful connections to Sarawak’s tangible and intangible heritage. -Our work covers the tangible: physical sites, structures, artefacts, records; and the intangible: educational and outreach programmes as well as encouraging the use of bygone skills. -We use these works as a platform to engage, inform and inspire communities in Sarawak and beyond, and encourage responsible care of our world. Our Philosophy We believe -that the deeper story of the Brooke dynasty in Sarawak will inspire imagination and stimulate thought about its relevance to a wider contemporary world. -that sharing this history will connect people and communities through mutual understanding of our personal and collective beginnings. -in showing a global audience the significance of Sarawak’s heritage. -that engagement with our work will benefit communities through education and experiences which promote personal enrichment and community well-being.

Brooke Museums,
The Old Court House,
Jalan Tun Abg Hj Openg,
93000 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +6018 372 5189

Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.brooketrust.org/

Bukit Jambul Hotel Development Sdn Bhd

Venues and Accommodations

Bukit Jambul (GPS: 5.34031, 100.28307) is a place on the east-central part of Penang Island. It is bordered by Sungai Dua, Sungai Nibong Kecil, Bayan Baru, Relau and Bukit Gambir. In fact, parts of what is Sungai Nibong Kecil and Sungai Nibong Besar overlap with Bukit Jambul, which itself is within the district of Bayan Lepas. Much of Bukit Jambul is hilly. The earliest development was at Hotel Equatorial in 1984, but since then, development of Bukit Jambul has spread to include areas which was previously part of Sungai Nibong Kecil. Bukit Jambul Complex, for example, is located within Sungai Nibong Kecil. For the past thirty years, the one and only mainstream hotel in Bukit Jambul is the 5-star Hotel Equatorial. It is still the biggest hotel in the area, though there are now smaller mainstream hotels in the vicinity, among them Vistana Hotel and Alora Hotel. The name Bukit Jambul refers to the hillock on which Hotel Equatorial is located. The hill trek which is often regarded as Bukit Jambul is actually located at Bukit Pasir, but has since been referred to as the Bukit Jambul Hiking Trail. Within the Bukit Jambul area is the Penang Golf Club. Apart from Hotel Equatorial, Vistana Hotel is also located at the foot of Bukit Jambul.

No. 1,
Jalan Bukit Jambul,
Bayan Lepas
11900 Pulau Pinang, Penang

Phone: +6046 327 000
Fax: +604 632 7100

Contact: Ms. Ni Komang Rina Mariani
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://penang.equatorial.com/

Bung Bratak Cultural Group

Tourist Attractions

"Bung Bratak" word derived from the Bidayuh Jagoi Bratak origin in Bau area means Mount Bratak where the origin of Bidayuh Jagoi early settlement. This cultural unit has experience in providing services for cultural performance for Theme Party, Annual Dinner and Welcoming Receptions for various organizations in Sarawak and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Among organization that has engaged our services are Sarawak Convention Bureau, Sarawak Tourism Board, Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB ) and most of the major leading hotels and restaurants in Sarawak.

S/L 59E, Lorong Puteri 1B2
Sg. Moyan
Jalan Batu Kawa / Tondong
93250 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +6012 882 1711

Contact: Mr. Ozie Tungging
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://bungbratakcg.blogspot.com/

Bung Jagoi Tourism

Tourist Attractions

The Jagoi-Bratak group first settled at Bung Bratak when they migrated out some 750 years ago from Mount Sungkong in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Then sometimes in early 1840s, they moved from Bung Bratak to surrounding areas form 34 different villages. Bung Jagoi was the first Bidayuh village within Jagoi area. Located on a saddle of the 1,600-foot Mount Jagoi, the village is a melting pot of cultures for the Jagoi dialectal group. As the population grew and the need for more agriculture land increased, many families moved down to the surrounding foothills and eventually formed eight villages which are now known as Bogag, Duyoh, Plaman Bu’ow, Serasot, Serikin, Sibobog, Skibang, Stass in Sarawak and five other villages in Indonesia namely, Babang, Kindau, Sejaro, Belida’ and Take’. Out of 34 original, only 13 dilapidated houses along with the ceremonial center consisting of the ‘Baruk (skull house)’ and Gawai house remained. Presently, only one family is living at the Bung Jagoi village and becomes the caretaker of the village. Though this legendary mountain had provided settlement to the community, a place to hunt and collect forest products in addition to practice shifting agriculture, it still has more than 600-hectare intact forest.

Kampung Duyoh,
94000 Bau, Sarawak


Transportation, Movers and Logistics

We offer a range of marine tours including mangrove cruises, wildlife cruise and dolphin watching tours in the Buntal, Damai and Santubong areas, plus fishing charter trips in the waters offshore from the Buntal & Santubong area. Established in 1996, we have been using our safe, modern, high-powered boats to show visitors the natural and cultural attractions of the Buntal area for over 10 years.

211 Kampung Buntal,
Jalan Sultan Tengah,
93050 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +60198785088

Bus Asia

Transportation, Movers and Logistics

Bus Asia, also known as Biaramas Express Sdn Bhd was incorporated on 17th April 1992. Our operation covers Kuching, Sarikei, Bintangor, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri and Sungai Tujuh (Sarawak / Brunei border). Currently, we have joint corporations with 2 transportation companies from Kuala Belait and Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. Tebakang Express Sdn Bhd is our subsidiary company, which operates the route from Kuching to Pontianak, Indonesia. With the joint corporation of 4 companies and coverage of 3 countries, we hope this will be able to give the tourists or commuters the convenience of traveling.

Sublot D, Ground Floor,
Lot 29 & 30, Jalan Chin Ann,
93100 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +6082 411 111
Fax: +6082 610 222

Email: [email protected]
Website: https://busasia.my/busasia/

Business Events Sarawak

Government Agencies

Level 3, Plaza Aurora Lot 20, Section 30 Jalan Mcdougall
93000 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: +6082 242516
Fax: +6082 242519

Contact: Ms. Anedia Kahar
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.besarawak.com

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