Sibu is a storyteller history and culture that merges into modern-day life, making it one of the most homely cities in Sarawak. This small city packs quite a punch – Sibu’s bustling central market is the largest of its kind in Malaysia and the city is also home to the most temples in the whole of Sarawak. While it sounds all quaint, the annual Sibu International Base Jump & Carnival pumps adrenaline and excitement into the city as base jumpers from all over the globe come for fight or flight rush of jumping off a 126-metre building in the city centre.
What makes Sibu a much-loved city for corporate meetings and incentive groups? The close-knit community feel will make you discover more than just relaxation.
Fundamental support to help ease one challenge of organising your business event.
Most nationalities do not require visas for short social or business visits to Malaysia. Passports are usually stamped for three (3) months. Visitors must be in possession of a valid passport or travel document with a minimum validity of six (6) months beyond the period of stay.
Nationals from countries that require a visa can apply through the nearest Malaysian embassy by submitting the following documentation:
Visa applications must be made at any Malaysian Representative Office.
Applications can also be made online through the I-Visa System (Applicable for visitors from People’s Republic of China, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bhutan, Serbia and Montenegro only).
Apply for a visa here.
The information above serves as a guide and is subject to change. For clarification, please visit https://www.imi.gov.my/portal2017/index.php/en/ for full information on visas and visa processes.
Reward your achievers with an experience to remember.
Sarawak’s unforgettable adventures, inspiring cultures and undeniably good food will elevate and reward your greatest asset – your corporate warriors.