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Sarawak Performing Arts Centre Kuching (Old DUN Sarawak)

The Sarawak Performing Arts Centre Kuching was formerly the Sarawak State Legislative Building (DUN Sarawak).

Since the completion of the new iconic Sarawak State Legislative Building, it was used to house offices as well as events as it could easily hold 1,000 people at a time wihin its hall.

In 2017, the then Tourism Minister of Sarawak, Lee Kim Shin, announced that there is plans to repurpose the building into a performing arts centre.

In 2024, Premier of Sarawak, Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg, unveiled artist images as well as firm plans to repurpose the building into the Sarawak Performing Arts Centre (SPAC) with a cost of RM270 million with schedule completion in 2027.

What to expect

Except for images below, there isn’t much information in regards to the Sarawak Performing Arts Centre just yet.

However, the rendered images below show that the centre will have a massive boulevard in front of it, with numerous rooms created to support performing arts.

Among the rooms noted are the art gallery, music recording room, dance ctudio, black box, resource centre, theater, and concert hall.

Sarawak Performing Arts Centre operating hours

Since the building is still under construction, there is no operating hours yet.

Sarawak Performing Arts Centre fees

Since the building is still under construction, there is no operating hours yet.

Where is Sarawak Performing Arts Centre

The SPAC is located in Petra Jaya, which is about 15 minite from the Kuching City centre. Check the map below to see where it is located.

Hotels near SPAC Kuching

There are no hotels adjacent to the centre, with most hotels largely located within 15 minutes by car to the centre.

Here are some hotels which are near to the centre.

  • Hilton Kuching
  • Pullman Kuching

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Cyril Dason

Cyril Dason was born and currently lives in Kuching. He loves jungle trekking, clean rivers and chilling out with friends.
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