The Borneo Post

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The Borneo Post
The Borneo Post.png
Front page, 22 August 2009
Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Publisher See Hua Marketing Sdn. Bhd
Founded 1978
Headquarters 2nd Floor Crown Tower, Jalan Pending, 93450 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Circulation 66,166(daily)
70,436 (The Sunday Post)
*Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations, Malaysia – July 2013– Dec 2013

The Borneo Post, established in 1978, is the largest English-language daily newspaper on the island of Borneo.

Based on audited circulation figures by Audit Bureau of Circulations Malaysia for July-December 2013,daily circulation for the Borneo Post (Sarawak) of 66,166[1] copies. Meanwhile for the Sabah version, an average circulation of 23,088 copies daily.


It is widely circulated in the Sultanate of Brunei and the Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah, all on the northern coast of the island. Headquartered in Kuching, it has a current editorial staff of about 200. Since the indefinite suspension of the Sarawak Tribune in February 2006, it has grown to become the main English daily in Sarawak. In January 2007, the Sunday Post was launched, together with the website [1]. For 2006, The Borneo Post had an ABC-audited circulation of 86,000. At 2007 The Borneo Post ABC-audited circulation had reach over 96,000.

Utusan Borneo[edit]

A section in Malay for news from Sarawak, Peninsular, Sabah, and for sports also available on the online news site, while an Iban-language section has also been included.

Company profiles[edit]

  • Address : 2nd Flr Crown Tower, Jalan Pending, 93450 Kuching, Sarawak.
  • Telephone  : +60 82 485 111
  • Marketing by : See Hua Marketing Sdn. Bhd.
Telephone : +60 82 330 505
contact person : Mr. Wong Sing Seng
  • Sub. company of K.T.S. Group
  • C.E.O Dato Henry Lau.

Printing plant[edit]

Address : Lot 1125 Section 66, Pending Industrial Estate, 93450 Kuching, Sarawak. Telephone  : +60 82 485 118.


  1. ^ "Geographical Distribution - Sarawak" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations Malaysia. 2 June 2014. Retrieved 2 June 2014. 

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