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Point of Interest
“A good place to explore the culture of sibu and lots of jungle veggies and fruits. The market is divided into wet and dry section. A good place to go around.”
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Museum
“Sibu Heritage Centre which is located in the central region of Sibu, in between Central Road and Wong Nai Siong Road is a center which gathers historical items, Sibu culture and economic activities and social. Tourists and visitors who come to Sibu Heritage Centre would spend hours to explore the uniqueness of the building and information on Sibu culture and history. The entrance fee to Sibu Heritage Centre is free of charge. ”
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Εμπορικό κέντρο
“It's the tallest Building in Sarawak, you can find almost everything here. Eg: Food, Supermarket etc...”
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Premise
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Department Store
“One of the largest Shopping Mall in Sibu. You can find almost everything here, eg: food, groceries, hardware and etc...”
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Εστιατόριο
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Sculpture Garden
“The Lau King Howe Hospital Memorial Museum is a medical museum in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. The museum is the first and only medical museum in Malaysia.”
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Asian Restaurant
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“Looking for Halal Food? Just come here! It's a good place for you to stay up to late night with a cup of "Teh Tarik" and many other food or snack for your dinner/supper here! Opening Hours: Monday ‑ Sunday 6:00 PM ‑ 1:00 AM”
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Place of Worship
“Tua Pek Kong Temple in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia is an icon of the town with its 7-storey pagoda. The temple was built using a typical Chinese temple designed with tiled roof, stone block floor and all the decorative purlin and fixtures which were imported from China. The statue of Tua Pek Kong deity was specially sculptured and imported from Xiamen, China. After the building was completed, the list of donors and details of expenditure were recorded in two pieces of stone tablet which are still well preserved in the temple. The temple and its well known pagoda with a symbol of the sovereign and kindness of the deity for the worshipper and a prime tourist attraction for the town.”
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Μπαρ
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Εστιατόριο
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Point of Interest
“The vibrant Sibu Night Market sets up every afternoon around 5 pm and operates until 10 pm or sometimes later. The stalls offer all manners of household goods, footwear, fashion items, and of course food. Cakes, steamed buns, satay, pastries, dumplings and many other kinds of local delicacies are on sale here, with shoppers happily snacking as they wander from stall to stall.”
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Εμπορικό κέντρο
“You can get almost everything here. Looking for a book? Just visit Popular Bookstore here! You can get some of the Computer/PC related stuff or even electrical Appliances (senQ) on the 3rd floor at this Shopping Mall! Of course, you can go to the Lower Ground floor if you are looking for grocery!”
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Point of Interest
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