The task of the day? Eat like a local! :p
Another early morning for us, we rise and shine to a bowl of luxurious superb fresh water prawn noodle.
Another must try if you are in Sibu. Wonderfully aromatic, springy noodles topped with char
No 9 GF, Jalan Rakyat,
96000 Sibu, Sarawak.
After a satisfying breakfast, we head over to the pepper farm at Bintangor. Did you know Sarawak is the largest pepper producer in Malaysia? Thus, our trip wouldn't be complete without a visit to the pepper farm.
The plantation has been around for the last 25 years now has about 600 plants.
The pepper farm we visited is located at Bintangor with no exact address.
The special is a savory version, filled generously with prawns.
Tumpik Haji Abang Saini
No 15, Gerai Majlis Daerah Meradong
Jalan Teo Kin Ngo,
+6019 8683438 :
What makes the Malaysian style fruits and
Wong Hung Ping
Gerai Makanan Islam
96507 Bintangor, Sarawak.
A popular soup among the Chinese for maintaining good health, the piping hot soup was delicious with a subtle sweetness from the herbs.
Simplicity at its best! One of the most memorable dishes I had in Sibu, the tastiest vegetables ever.
Golden Happiness Restaurant
40, Jalan Haji Karim,
96100 Sarikei, Sarawak.
The dried shrimp in Sibu is totally different from West Malaysia.
Only in Sibu, the live chickens sold here are wrapped with newspaper.
Besides foods, there is also a wide array of handicraft,
, clothes, accessories and many more available for purchase. After we've done with our shopping here, we headed over to Cafe Cafe for our dinner. While all the dishes served were amazing, I would like to highlight a few that's pretty memorable to me. jewellery
The lamb braised Dayak style was tasty and aromatic, but when the fermented
ice vermicelli noodle with sour vegetable)
This post basically wraps up my 4 days 3 nights trip to Sibu with AirAsia and Sarawak Tourism. Thank you everyone for the wonderful and memorable experience!
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