Kapit Fort Sylvia
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- A visionary leader
- Most of his possessions, she said are being kept in a museum at Fort Sylvia in Kapit. Tun Jugah, who was affectionately known as “Apai” which means 'father' in Iban, was also respected by other communities like the Kayan, Kelabit, Ukit and Kenyah.
- Motorcycle and scooter dealers from peninsula visit Kapit
- Kapit MMSDA chairman Wong Ting Keck and adviser Ling Thian Ing played tour guides to the visitors. They visited Rumah Jaduk in Sungai Ulu Yong, a log camp log pond along Jalan Melekun, Gelanggnag Terasang, the mini museum and Fort Sylvia.
- Sarawak has a lot of catching up to do
- In 1966, the District Office in Kapit was housed on the second floor of the Fort Sylvia building, a solid belian ironwood structure built by Charles Brooke in 1880 and renamed after Ranee Sylvia in 1924.
- Go into Internet marketing, SIDS urged
- Kapit MP Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi gave this advice when speaking at the closing cum prize presentation ceremony of the annual Dayak traditional handicraft exhibition and competition at the Tun Jugah Foundation at Fort Sylvia here recently.
- Talib: Kapit has a lot of tourism potential
- HIGHEST EVER: The visitors pose outside Fort Sylvia while Talib points to the highest ever water mark recorded in Kapit's history.
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