Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia and is also known as "The Land of Many Rivers". It covers at least 124,000 square km and has a coastline of 800km facing the South-China Sea. Sarawak is strategically placed at the northwest coast of Borneo and is the 3rd largest island in the World. The rivers in Sarawak provide natural means of transportation and communication for the people making travelling to the interior destination easily accessible. Sarawak shares its boundaries with Kalimantan - South (Indonesia) and Brunei / Sabah – North.
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