Pasar Malam (Night
A bargain spree night market is just a walking distance from most
of the hotels in town. This peculiar carnival like scene is a
nightly affair at the Medan Pasar Malam, Jalan Kampung Dagang. With
over 150 stalls, you can take a pick of the numerous cheap and
affordable items like garments, toys, electrical goods and watches.
Even food, drink, vegetables and wild products are all there.
Pasar Utama & Pasar Tamu (Market
Mingle and join the locals doing their daily chores at the unique
pasar utama and the nearby pasar tamu (with cone shaped roofs
reflecting "Bintulu terendak"). Right in the hub of Bintulu town,
the pasar utama is both a wet and fish market under one roof. Not
only that, you can savour the local delicacies such as "mee jawa,
rojak, laksa and cencol" and quench your thirst on the first
floor's food stalls.a taste of local offereings can be found at the
pasar tamu. From wild & jungle products to native "home-made"
specialties. Pasar tamu has them all!
The Lembangan Market is the place to get a real taste of Sarawak.
With its 700 stalls located along the Lembangan River between
Mission Road and Channel Road, it is used by the local and upriver
villagers and longhouse dwellers, who sell a fascinationg range of
jungle produce, including flying foxes, squirrels, snakes, turtles,
snails edible jungle fruits and ferns. It is open daily but is most
popular on weekends and public holidays.
| Pasar Malam
The Pasar Malam or night market is a malaysian institution,popular
with young and old alike. Every night hundreds of stalls are set up
by the roadside and all kinds of goods and foodstuffs are sold. The
Pasar Malam is a great place to try all kinds of local delicacies
and sweets, and to experience local life. Sibu's Pasar Malam is
located along high street, market road and lembangan lane, and the
stalls are open daily from 6.30 to 10.00 pm.
| Sarawak Pottery
Sibu takes no exception in producing some fine quality pottery. The
beautiful designs, which deplicts the traditional cultures of the
natives, are fast becoming the fravourite souvinirs. There are 3
ceramic factories in Sibu. One at km 7 and km 12 ulu oya road and
the third one at upper lanang. Don't forget to get one for