As part of the current Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) in Malaysia, the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture announced the reopening of domestic tourism, including the adventure tourism & activities. Restrictions will be lifted in stages and in accordance with future developments of positive Covid-19 cases.
The state of Sarawak has lifted the inter-state travel restrictions now as well and Malaysians are allowed to enter Sarawak.
Also foreigners who possess a valid working permit and visa including participants of ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ (MM2H), who were already in Malaysia before and throughout the MCO, are allowed to enter Sarawak. However, they need to apply permission from Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (http://sdmc.sarawak.gov.my/).
In order to curb the spread of infections of Covid-19, strict compliance with standard operating procedures (SOP) for the different tourism activities is required. Basic guidelines on social distancing, wearing mask, temperature scanning, increased hygiene and sanitization must be observed at all times. Additionally, all tourism staff and travellers have to download the MySejahtera and CovidTrace Sarawak applications in order to facilitate necessary contact tracing.
For further information you may refer to the official webpages of Sarawak Disaster Management Committee and/or Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth & Sports Sarawak: