Borneo Convention Center Kuching launches official website


It’s all happening at the Borneo Convention Center Kuching (BCCK), but first you have to check out their brand new, fresh from the oven, official website. BCCK is pleased to announce that their official website is online and you can find out more about about the region’s most exciting development at

The brand new website will act as a one-stop portal to access information about the Borneo Convention Center Kuching. The contemporary-designed website features abundant information for tourists and convention goers alike, enabling visitors to learn all there is to know about BCCK and its surroundings.

For those interested in pursuing a rewarding career in the exciting MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) Industry, we are currently recruiting for a number of executive positions. There is a link on the website for positions available.

The Borneo Convention Center Kuching is located strategically in the heart of South East Asia on the mystical island of Borneo. Featuring state of the art facilities in a rainforest backdrop, BCCK is the first purpose-built convention center on the island. BCCK is designed to give its visitors a memorable experience with world-class facilities and 5-star services. It will also feature a shopping center, marina, offices and an international hotel to fulfill your every need and desire.

BCCK is managed by a team of well-trained professionals with international experience and are all dedicated to bring you the most memorable convention experience.

Additionally, BCCK is a strong advocate for global environmental protection. BCCK believes that a greener world is a better world for our children. To that end, the design of the building coupled with our operating policies will promote environmental conservation, recycling and waste management. BCCK has a unique rainforest themed architecture, and a major feature of the center’s design when viewed from the outside is its roof structure. The roof is shaped in the form of a ‘ririg’ leaf, a rainforest plant that plays an important role in the local indigenous cultures. With environmental preservation in mind, rain water will automatically be channelled down the central vein of the leaf on the rooftop and collected for irrigation in the center’s gardens and grounds.