Pepper is a highly-traded commodity in Sarawak. The Malaysian Pepper Board in Sibu is the second largest in Sarawak, second after Kuching.
Earthenware pottery is very popular in Perak, therefore, a visit to a similar business in Sibu was not so interesting for me.
The strange thing about our meal at Islamic Nyonya Cafe during our trip to Sibu was that throughout lunch, a Bollywood movie was playing on TV. That was certainly neither … Read More
A local delicacy that one must try while in Sibu is “kompia”; a variant of it is also available in Sitiawan, Perak. However, the ones sold in Sitiawan are larger … Read More
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.