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- It is huge! Again, I say, it is huge and very huge temple with all kindda God. The architecture is beautiful. Come over to talk a look and you will be amazed. It is near the airport. It is better to visit this place when you have landed and heading to Sibu Town.Written 28 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Went to this place with my family numerous times. Last visit was on 24 August 2023. Bought a number of items at the gift shop (requested by people from Peninsular Malaysia). Pricey but expected as it is considered a tourist hotspot. Very near to the famous Sibu night market.Written 7 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A visit to any city is incomplete without a visit to its local market.
If you're a foodie, the night market is a perfect food haven for you. Plus, it's also a street food paradise, to boot. Craving barbecued meat? Looking for apam balik (literally 'turnover pancake)? Hungry for tofu desserts? Eager to sink your teeth in local cakes? Fancy steamed buns? Fret not, the night market has got you covered.
P.S. You may need a bath or a shower after a visit to the night market.Written 30 November 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Night view at Tua Pek Kong is amazing with red lanterns and burning giant joysticks. Perfect for photographyWritten 16 April 2021
- Before as museum, the location is a hospital. The only hospital before Sibu General Hospital was built in 80's
And now is the only medical museum in Sibu, Sarawak.Grand standing the town centre make it convenient for people from urban and rural as well.
Furthermore the place is strategic, Rejang River ; the longest river in Malaysia ,is nearby.Written 14 February 2020
- A bit scary when you walk alone. Nothing much, just a tower for you to climb up and view the jungle view from the top. It is hot when you go during the afternoon.Written 28 November 2023
- Great place to hang out. Its a field in the middle of the city. Sometimes it has events that held there eg cultural shows. But during random weekends, its a place to gather day and nightSWritten 17 October 2022
- This temple is not widely known, however it is very unusual and worth a visit. It is a small temple thus it only take a short visit, AmethstAme directions are good use the 3104. Berniekatchor seems to be describing the Jade Dragon temple also worth a visit.
My advice is to visit this one on the way to or from the Jade Dragon temple, really worth the time.Written 15 January 2016
- The Jubilee Park is a 24-acre cluster of low hills with a lookout tower that offers panoramic views of the surrounding plantations, longhouses, and the Igan River (and oh, not to mention Chinese cemeteries).
The tower, located on the park’s highest peak, is often visited by local Iban bringing offerings to a benevolent spirit, the Naga Bari, which is believed to help people in need. There are picnic gazebos, a canteen, a suspension bridge over a lake, which is good for photo-shooting opportunities, and jogging and walking trails. So, if you're sick and tired of indoor gym work-out? Why not test yourself to climb the staircases all the way up to the highest point in Sibu? Once you conquer it, feast your eyes on the picturesque views that the tower has to offer.
You can bring your children along to the park to feed the Tilapias and tortoises in the pond. Fish food can be purchased at the canteen for RM2. I'm sure your kids will squeal and scream in excitement to watch shoals of fish feeding on the fish food they give them.
Anyway, just a word of caution. Some areas of the park require serious maintenance. So, mind your steps as some planks have gone missing or damaged. Also, do apply mosquito repellent before you visit this park.
Overall, it's an ideal park to go for if you're planning to have a stroll, spend quality time with your children, and engage in physical activities.Written 30 November 2021
- Wong Nai Siong Memorial Park is part of Sibu Heritage Trail that was launched in 2012. The park was erected to commemorate Wong Nai Siong - a Chinese revolutionary leader and educator from Minqing county in Fuzhou, Fujian province, China - who led people from Fujian province of China to migrate to Sibu, Sarawak. As a pioneer, Wong played a critical role in resettling the Fuzhou immigrants. So, it's only fitting to have this memorial park dedicated to him.Written 1 December 2021
- If you happen to visit Sibu, be sure to drop by Star Mega Mall. Why, you might ask? Well, this mall boasts to be the largest mall in this fine town. This mall houses the first hypermarket in Sibu, Daesco Hypermarket and Departmental Store as well as the largest all-in-one shopping mall in Sarawak's Central Region. It's definitely a go-to mall if you're seeking out food, phones, clothes, accessories, etc. All are under one roof, well except a cinema. Sigh, Sibu deserves a better cinema.Written 30 November 2021
- Sibu Gateway is a landmark at the downtown area which includes an illuminated fountain, a garden, and a Swan statue surrounded by 12 Chinese zodiac signs. Nothing much to see here, just statues. Grab your camera, and snap, snap, snap.Written 1 December 2021
- There is a wall with some info, that's it. Nothing much to see and the info some is torn due to sun and rains. Should maintain this place.Written 28 November 2023
- The mini size village, opposite to the Bukit Aup Jubilee Park.
Whatsoever you can take an relaxation here by taking a tea break ,at the same time breathe fresh oxygen from different types of plants and flowers.Written 29 February 2020
- The information centre is situated at ground floor of Sibu Heritage Centre. Next to,there is Sarawak Tourism Board which provides more options for you to enjoy your journey.
Sibu is the central region for administrative purpose.According to the map, you can find the town is surrounded by district and others smaller town like; Sarikei,Kanowit,Julau and Selangau.Written 29 February 2020
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