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Sarawak Marathon 2015 Bintulu: Explore the Biggest Island in the Heart of the ASEAN Region

by On Mar 5, 2015
Come Explore the Biggest Island in the Heart of the ASEAN Region: Sarawak Marathon 2015 Bintulu

Once a small, quiet fishing town, Bintulu has blossomed into a beautiful and fast-developing area, nestled in central Sarawak and Borneo. Geographically central in the ASEAN region, it is befitting, then, that Malaysia, the chair of ASEAN in 2015, invites its ASEAN neighbours to this large island town.

On Sunday, 22 March 2015, you'll have the option to run a Full marathon, Half marathon, 10km Corporate Challenge, 10km Open or a 5km Fun Run. Marathoners will get to relish in scenic views of the island's river and sea shore.

Whichever distance you're running, you can unwind post-race by enjoying the sunset and taking in the sea breeze at the Tanjung Batu Beach. If you're still buzzing with energy, you might want to shop around at their Pasar Malam, a lively nightly affair.

There's still lots to do pre- and post-race! You could blitz through the shopping complexes here or explore Similajau National Park, one of the most gorgeous and unspoilt golden beaches in the country. From visiting old-school Kampung Jepak—a fishermen's village—and architectural amazing places of worship, to having a go at the Bintulu Golf Course, there's something for everyone!

Come Explore the Biggest Island in the Heart of the ASEAN Region: Sarawak Marathon 2015 Bintulu

Register Online Today!

Registration fees are as follows: RM80 for Full and Half marathon, as well as the 10km Open category; RM100 per person for minimum 10 people under the 10km Corporate Challenge; and RM50 for the 5km Fun Run.

These race packages include a running singlet, finisher medal, finisher tee and e-certificate for runners who complete the run within the prescribed time.

Total cash prizes of RM80,000 are up for grabs. There'll be lucky draws from a select pool of sponsors, too.

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Closing date is on Sunday, 8 March 2015. So hurry, register online today on their website!

Yuyi is pursuing her studies in communications and communities. Now she relishes in the blend of both entities: communicating ideas to this magazine's community. As the lead news writer, her passion lies in helping people find interesting and timely news through the writing she provides.

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