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Saturday, 2 July 2011

Ada apa dengan Sarikei?

Assalamualaikum w.b.t.

Jom! Kita explore Sarikei, Sarawak!

Dari pakcik Wikiwiki:

Sarikei is a town, and the capital of the Sarikei District (985 square kilometers) in Sarikei DivisionSarawak, east Malaysia. It is located on the Rajang River, near where the river empties into the South China Sea. The district population (year 2010 census) was 56,798. The population is culturally mixed, with mostly IbanMelanauMalay and Chinese predominating.
The economy of the town is primarily agricultural, and Sarikei is famed for its pineapples and its pepper. The center of town has many old Chinese shophouses from the 1930s. It is also a major transportation hub for traffic on both the Pan Borneo Highway and the Rajang river. Anybody traveling by road or express boat from Kuching to Sibu must pass through Sarikei.
The most distinctive feature of the bustling waterfront is a 3.6 m high pineapple statue.
The town itself consists of a main road, Repok Road which is bisected by another road leading to the new development in Kampung Seberang.

Dari makcik Google Image:
nanas besar wo!

there you go!

ini... menara jam Sarikei

From somewhere punya view

night view of the nanas!!

So, a big thanks to Pakicik Wiki and makcik Gugel for the info!

Oh, I also found a quite freindly blog about Sarikei,

and then also this one:

Why am I talking about Sarikei?? Next post I bagitau yer! Hikss!
Oh, and  thanks to my friend Cucu Lensa for the info on Sarawak. 



dee said...

weyh nk ikottttt!!!!

Mizah Adam said...

heeeee ^^,

dee said...

ahaaaa :p pegi sorang2??? giler maju skg !