Strategic socioeconomic planning with aims to
elevate Sarawak to advanced economy status by 2020.
Sarawak Maju Dalam Malaysia
Bridging the urban-rural gap for an equitable future for everyone, regardless of race or creed.
Achieving development without overlooking the impacts of human activities on the environment.
SCORE is the acronym for 'Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy'.
Sarawak aims for a dynamic, market-driven economy by 2030. Find out how the private sector and the public can benefit in this renewable energy-based economic initiative.
10th Malaysia Plan
Between 2011 and 2015, RM 22 billion has been pledged towards the development of Sarawak. The SPU is at the helm of allocating this resource.
What is SEIA?
The Sarawak Government implements advanced scientific methodologies and public consultations in managing the State's vast development.