Along The Journey - Sarikei

Posted by Terence On Thursday, June 7, 2012 5 comments

During the Gawai Holiday, We decided to went Sarikei (her home town) for holiday to recharge our mind and visit her parent and brother.

Before starting our journey, we went for breakfast with friends.  Luckily this dim sum was nice cause the Kueh Chap I ordered was awful until I can't finish it. (Chen Fatt Kopitiam Premier 101)

Soon we finish our breakfast, the long journey begin.  Heavy traffic along the way and there was alot of new patches to the road made the road abit nice to drive else it would be very bumping.  hmmm... Election Coming?

How long he has to wait for the bus to come? Boring ....

Our friends here suddenly decide to go Bintulu on the same day.  We reached Sarikei about 1:30pm and they came look for us around 4:30pm.  We then meet up with them and ate Kampua noodle in town.  Nice.  Then, they fast and furious to Bintulu and reach there around 9pm.

Busy Kampua noodle store owner. How many Kampua noodle can she sell per day during this holiday?

Kompia for supper.  Usually I can finish 5 if I want to; but this time I only manage one thanks to nice dinner before this supper. hehe .. Very Full.

Sarikei town in the afternoon.

Go buy some mushroom and herbs. A must task.

Now you no need to go Bintangor to eat Bintangor Rozak.  Sarikei also have. hehe ..this one RM5. Nice.

Burger Bun, Look Special? Neh ... Taste Nice? Simply the best. RM1.60

Special Loh Mee. Fantastic. Yummy ...

This is so so yummy. Made by mother in law. Fresh an taste good. Sio Bak Chang!!!

This was always the last place to go when everyone is preparing to go home from Sarikei.  Kompia Store.


Nate @ House of Annie said...

The loh mee at Aik Seng is pretty good.

Terence said...

yup. Thats the place. hehe

Anonymous said...

Looks like you tried some of the popular food of Sarikei.
More can be found at

Anonymous said...

Which kom pia store was this? Zhuori or ...?

Anonymous said...

One thing about Sarawak itself is that, food is everywhere!

Here is a link that tells a little bit of Sarawak places of interest. Be sure to check on the link and see what is it all about.

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