(Image from google)
Well.. anyway, other than that, sightseeing was fantastic.. We could not catch the weekend market in Serikin, but we manage to cross the river to taste the Mee Kolok, and buy the famous Lapis Sarawak. The ride across the river only cost us RM 0.50 one way.
A view from the Waterfront to the village area across the Sarawak river..
Mee Kolok is Sarawak specialty noodle but unluckily for me, my first mee kolok was too salty that I almost never want to taste it again. The hotel save me from spreading false info about this noodle though by serving it as one of the buffet lunch menus on my last day, and I gave it a try.. nope, it was not salty at all!! The taste was nice, I wish there was some chilly to go with it as I love my noodle a bit spicy :)
We visited Sarawak Cultural Village the afternoon after my presentation. I managed to get student rate by showing my matric card, paying only RM 15 instead of RM 60.. ;)
We arrived late, around 3.10pm, and there were 7 houses and a 45 minutes show which started at 4pm, so we ran like contestants of the amazing race.. climbing the special stairs which was made of a single tree trunk, crossed a bamboo bridge, took photos as many as possible..
the view from top of the stairs, proudly taken after I managed to climb it first time :)
Catch the show 10 minutes after it started.. wish could watch it from the beginning. Anyway it was fantastic show and I enjoyed it very much :) Visit their website at http://www.scv.com.my to see the houses there..
We bought ikan terubuk masin as well.. It's a wet salted fish. I never eat it before, and until I write this entry I still have not fry it yet.. so could not give any review on the taste..
Sarawak is a very nice place to visit, people are friendly, good food available. Plan your visit or get a tourist guide to really enjoy it there. I really wish could visit again, exploring the caves next time :)