This market is similar to the central market in Ipoh, except that this complex in Sibu doesn’t have a shopping mall or Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) occupying its top floor. Additionally, it is a lot larger.
On the ground floor, one can purchase lots of agricultural produces from vegetables and chicken. There is also a section for meat.
On the upper floor is the food court, and stalls that sell clothes, trinkets and second-hand goods. Didn’t I just mention that it’s almost the same as Ipoh’s central market?
At this market, remember to pick up local delicacies like “sasar unjur”, “pelir kambing”, “udang salai” and live sago worms.
This is also where one comes to shop for beaded craft from the many ethnic tribes found in this part of Sarawak.
In this post, I am sharing some random photos of the sights and sounds of Sibu Central Market.
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