and as for Edward since he is local here,
there wouldn't be much to see for him except his relatives.
The journey took more than 3 hours by a rented urvan with stops at Tatau,Selangau and Stapang Town.
Basri,Haji Khalid,Edward and Durai by the Rajang Riverside Esplanade,
the Rajang River, at 770km is the longest in Malaysia.
The graceful swan of Sibu and its legendary stories.
Express boats lining up before taking off.
RV Orient Pandaw berth at its jetty waiting for the next cruise up stream.
Sibu Express Terminal.
the rivers looks redish indeed.
It was raining when we arrive so i didn't take much photo,
anyway i managed to go up to the top where people say that there is a grave of an old Iban warrior,
i heard many people went there just to make a wish.
A view of the lake and Cafe at the park.
The hanging bridge at the park.
A shipyard further down the road from the park,
i saw mostly tugboats being build here.
The jetty beside the Shipyard.
The newest and biggest Buddhist temple,The Yu Lung San Tien En Si Temple at Km26 Sibu-Bintulu Road cost RM60 million to build is dedicated to bringing together three faiths -- Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.