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Trip KK - Sibu - Sarikei

Finally the day has arrived. The day I've been waiting for years to come. The trip that I planned for months. Its the day for me to go to Sarikei for my wedding. So, after finished working on 27, I really cannot think of anything else other than this trip.

On the 28th, me and my family already back to kk from Sipitang. Packing all the stuff and get ready to go to Sibu via air from KK.

The air ticket price is quite expensive. I wonder, how come a flight to Kuching from KK only cost 129 (one way) while to Sibu which is nearer cost rm296? Why why? Anyone know why this happen?

Nevertheless, my family safely arrived in Sibu after 1 hour 30 minutes air trip from KK. Sibu airport is quite small. Nothing much there. However Sibu town is quite hectic. Traffic jam everywhere. It was so crowded. I cannot breathe in Sibu. We left that town only after 30 minutes stuck in traffic jam.

A trip to sarikei by car.. 1 hour on a bumpy road. I don't know why the road is bumpy. I tought goverment spend billlions on fixing road in Sabah and Sarawak. I wonder why the road still bumpy. No big different compare to road in Sabah.


Finally now we can explore Sarikei. We have a day to spend here before the next event tomorrow. Sarikei is a small town but its bigger than sipitang. Most of the people in this town is chinese. So many chinese restaurant. Only. A few Halal restaurant.

We choose (again) Wawasan Inn as our place to crash for this few days. We used to stay here a year ago during my engagement ceremony. Its not a big hotel. 2 star only. But it is comfortable and spacious. Cheap also. RM 100 for a room with 2 single bed a queen bed. No deposit required. The most important thing is this hotel has elevator. My dad doesn't want to stay in a hotel with no elevator. Haha. I believe all hotel in big city have elevator. But district like this, elevator is luxury. Haha.


Chilling in our room now. Planning to go and but takeaway dinner at the shop nearby. Nasi Goreng Dabai.. I want to try that again. For those who does not know what is dabai / kembayau.. U are missing something in your life. Haha.

Everyone deserves their just dessert.
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