Interesting. You can still find road sign with Chinese wording. On our last day there, Mamarazzi also saw an Ah Pek riding bicycle with bicycle licence hanging there.
The Gateway of Sibu. Though the roads there might have traffic jam, but it's not as bad as KL.
Seven storey Pagoda. We didn't go down to snap photo coz everyone were too full to walk.
Many Churches here.
Interesting roof. It reminds Mamarazzi of the roof of Masjid Negara.
We stopped by Lin's Swan Garden to snap some photos.
Yay...got water...can play water...*kena Mamarazzi scold again*
Refused to look at Mamarazzi.
In the end, plonk me on top of the piggy and snap photo only lah although my Zodiac is not piggy.
I wanna flyyyyy...
Everyone was wondering why there are Swan statue everywhere till we noticed the tablet here. It states
"Swan of Sibu : The graceful Swan on the Rajang Riverside Esplanade is an ancient Chinese symbol of good fortune and health, an auspicious omen for a community living in harmony, peace and goodwill.A Swan is said to have been fed by the town folk of Sibu, long ago, eventhough they themselves were starving. The grateful bird showed them how to extract edible starch from wild sago to end the famine - one good turns deserves another!"
View is good from here.
I wanna "draw" the view la.
Caught in action....trying to bodek for something...
No wonder Sibu is such a peaceful town. Everywhere we went, we can see RELA personnel