Sarawak has much to gain by collaborating with Brunei to develop common tourism packages.
This is because besides having it own places of attraction, the sultanate has a wider reach to world markets due to its well-developed air connectivity and potential to be an international destination hub.
And with Sarawak’s and Sabah’s natural attractions, the region can be an attractive destination for water sports, cultural festivals and eco-tourism, said Second Minister of Planning and Resource Management Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan.
“We have the Brunei Bay, connecting some parts of Limbang and Lawas.
“If we have water sports and plan it properly, it can be an interesting project,” he said in Gadong, Brunei before leading a Sarawak delegation to extend an official invitation to His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah to grace the historical 104-year old Baram Regatta in Marudi on Sept 30 to Oct 2 this year.
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