Build in 1880, Fort Sylvia is a historical fort situated in Kapit. The fort was named after Rani Sylvia Brooke, the wife of Raja Charles Vyner Brooke (the last “white raja” in Sarawak). This fort has since been converted to be a museum that houses many artefacts such as ceramics, plates, cannons, textiles and important historical documents from that time.

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