https://sites.google.com/site/ledscreenadvertisingagency/malaysia/sarawak


Screen Location : Jalan Satok, Sin Yen Garden, Kuching, Sarawak (Nearby Celcom Xclusive)



https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1i6m_c4UfQtQbyoJQakcN_x2F_gLipKev&ll=3.783044763891127%2C105.31758316666674&z=6

The screen is located along Jalan Satok and parallel to Jalan Kulas in the opposite direction and between these 2 roads is the main commercial and financial area in Kuching with major bank instituitions such as Maybank, RHB, CIMB, Ambank, BSN, Bank Islam and Kuwait Finance House. Also located here are the telecommunication operators such as Maxis, Celcom and Digi and other local businesses as well. The area is about 2 kilometres from Kuching City  and Jalan Satok connects the city centre to the nearby busy Satok Bridge across the Sarawak River which can access to Petra Jaya, the Adminsitrative Centre of the Sarawak Government.

Sarawak is a state of Malaysia. The largest among the 13 states, with an area almost equal to that of Peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak is located in northwest Borneo Island, and is bordered by the Malaysian state of Sabah to the northeast, Kalimantan (the Indonesian portion of Borneo) to the south, and Brunei in the north. The capital city, Kuching, is the largest city in Sarawak, the economic centre of the state, and the seat of the Sarawak state government. Other cities and towns in Sarawak include Miri, Sibu, and Bintulu. As of the 2015 census, the population of Sarawak was 2,636,000. Sarawak has an equatorial climate with tropical rainforests and abundant animal and plant species. It has several prominent cave systems at Gunung Mulu National Park. Rajang River is the longest river in Malaysia; Bakun Dam, one of the largest dams in Southeast Asia, is located on one of its tributaries, the Balui River. Mount Murud is the highest point in Sarawak. Sarawak is abundant in natural resources, and primary industries such as mining, agriculture, and forestry accounted for 32.8% of its economy in 2013. It also specialises in the manufacture of food and beverages, wood-based and rattan products, basic metal products, and petrochemicals,as well as cargo and air services and tourism.The state's gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 5.0% per year on average from 2000 to 2009, but became more volatile later on, ranging from −2.0% in 2009 to 7.0% in 2010. Sarawak contributed 10.1% of Malaysia's GDP in the nine years leading up to 2013, making it the third largest contributor after Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. From 2006 to 2013, the oil and gas industry accounted for 34.8% of the Sarawak government's revenue. It attracted RM 9.6 billion (US$2.88 billion) in foreign investments, with 90% going to the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), the second largest economic corridor in Malaysia. Animal species are also highly varied, with 185 species of mammals, 530 species of birds, 166 species of snakes, 104 species of lizards, and 113 species of amphibians, of which 19 percent of the mammals, 6 percent of the birds, 20 percent of the snakes and 32 percent of the lizards are endemic. These species are largely found in Totally Protected Areas. There are over 2,000 tree species in Sarawak. Other plants includes 1,000 species of orchids, 757 species of ferns, and 260 species of palm.The state is the habitat of endangered animals, including the borneo pygmy elephant, proboscis monkey, orangutans and Sumatran rhinoceroses. Matang Wildlife Centre, Semenggoh Nature Reserve, and Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary are noted for their orangutan protection programmes. Talang–Satang National Park is notable for its turtle conservation initiatives. Birdwatching is a common activity in various national parks such as Gunung Mulu National Park, Lambir Hills National Park, and Similajau National Park. Miri–Sibuti National Park is known for its coral reefs and Gunung Gading National Park for its Rafflesia flowers. Bako National Park, the oldest national park in Sarawak, is known for its 275 proboscis monkeys, and Padawan Pitcher Garden for its various carnivorous pitcher plants. In 1854, Alfred Russel Wallace visited Sarawak. A year later, he formulated the "Sarawak Law" which foreshadowed the formulation of his (and Darwin's) theory of evolution by natural selection three years later.


https://sites.google.com/site/ledscreenadvertisingagency/malaysia/sarawak




General Enquiries : 
​9.00 am - 6.00 pm Monday - Friday
9.00 am - 12.30 pm Saturday (Excluding Public Holiday)

​www.ledscreenads.com
​No. 56, 58, Jalan Ampang, Kampung Masjid,
​31900 Kampar, Negeri Perak, Malaysia.
​www.kengdesign.com