Situated at 16th mile (or 26km) from Sibu town along the Sibu-Bintulu main road is this Chinese temple by the name of “Yu Long Shang Tian En Shi” (玉龙山天恩寺). It … Read More
Located along Jalan Sungai Merah in Sibu is the Wong Nai Siong Garden, built in early 2000s.
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. … Read More
The largest Iban settlement in Sibu is Bawang Assan, with nine longhouses. The shortest longhouse is shared by six families while the longest accommodates more than eighty families!
Spent a night here at Paramount Hotel during my recent visit to Sibu.
Pulau Jepak is well-known for its ‘belacan’ (shrimp paste) but it’s a seasonal product that is only available around January, June and December, when that particular species of prawns used … Read More
My friends and I had one of the spiciest dinners during our excursion in Sarawak, at Bintulu’s Matahari Oriental Cuisine. This restaurant is located on the ground floor of New … Read More
This Tua Pek Kong (Tai Pak Kong / God of Prosperity) Taoist temple stands majestically in the centre of Bintulu town, facing the Esplanade, and just a stone’s throw away … Read More
Bintulu is one of the more vibrant towns in Central Sarawak. ParkCity Everly also seems to be one of the larger hotels here. Its advantage is its proximity to the … Read More
We were supposed to visit the 9th Borneo International Kite Festival in the morning but the rain spoilt our plans. Luckily, the sky cleared up sufficiently for the kites to … Read More