DBKU: 147 booths up for grabs at Dragon Boat Festival, Sarawak Regatta 2022

File photo depicting DBKU headquarters where the Cat Museum is housed. Photo source: Wikimedia Commons

KUCHING, Sept 23: Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) will be renting out a total of 147 booth sites from Oct 28 to 30 and Oct 4 to 6 along Jalan Gambier in conjunction with the Dragon Boat Festival and Sarawak Regatta 2022.

The 147 booth sites are divided into four main categories including textiles, accessories, and toys which will take up 60 sites; food and beverages (70); barbecue stalls (10) and food trucks (5).

The fee charged for the six-day period is RM160 per booth site, where each area measures 10 feet by 10 feet in terms of size.

Traders must provided their own tables, chairs and a blue canopy measuring 10 feet by 10 feet to ensure uniformity and tidy layout of the booths.

Based on a first come first serve principle, the sale of the booth spaces will be held on Oct 8 (Saturday) from 8.30am at the DBKU Auditorium, Bukit Siol.

Traders interested to rent the booth space are required to come in person. They must bring documents including two passport size photos and a copy of their Mykad.

For food and beverages traders, apart from the above documents, they must also bring with them a copy of their Food Handler Course Certificate and a copy of the Health Examination Report along with the Anti-Typhoid Vaccine (Typhoid Fever Vaccine) or a copy of the DBKU Food Handler Card.

All traders are reminded to comply with good food handling ethics in line with the requirements under the Food Act 1983, Food Hygiene Regulations 2009 and the conditions set by DBKU.

The use of styrofoam or polystyrene containers for food packaging is not allowed.

In addition, food sampling activities will also be carried out throughout the festival to ensure that the food sold is clean and safe.

For further information, those interested can contact the DBKU Licensing Division at 082-512955. — DayakDaily