There's a telecom tower across Sarikei River. "Hello? Anyone out there?" You can not complain that there's no cell phone signal here.
And its own water tanks. These are a thinner version of the original metallic water tank at Taman Tasik (Lake Gardens) opposite the Resident's Place.
There's a farm right next to Jalan Rentap with the typical Chinese country home and growling dog. It has its own pepper vines and Bintangor oranges growing in the peat swamp soil. Check out the wet soil around the trees.
At the end of Jalan Rentap is a group of lanes (lorong) named after birds in Malay (Kenyalang, Rajawali, Enggang, Nuri, Merpati, Pipit, Kaka). Does anyone recall the classic Malay nursery song, Burung Kaka Tua? This group of lanes is the low cost light industrial area. You can find a factory full of ceramic toilet bowls (that can flush away a lot of poop), Lim's mechanic parts, Malaysian car (Perodua) agency, bus service industry, concrete industry, etc. That's really the boring part.
Now head back to Jalan Rentap. You won't miss the Apollo Ice cream factory. This Cantonese owned ice cream distributor has installed ice cream fridges in retail stores as far as Betong in return for selling his ice cream. Now the big boys like Wall's ice cream are more than keen to work with him. Do you remember the old days when the ice cream vendor came on his bicycle ringing his bell to signal the time you had been waiting for all day in your home? And those frozen colourful cordial drinks in long plastic bags tied with a rubber band?