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
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.