Friday, August 08, 2008

Scenes - Sarikei District Office Sunset


Sarikei District Office
View from Nyelong River side
Source: frankiecy.com


The tallest building in Sarikei is also known as Wisma Jubli Mutiara and houses the new Sarikei District Council Office. This is a short blog post in a busy week. I decided to post this awesome picture with its lovely colours. Enjoy!

Sarikei, show us your true colours...

4 comments:

Daniel Yiek said...

I will be on holidays in Cambodia next week. I will try to finish 2 posts before I leave so that the system will auto post these articles. I understand that reading blogs can be addictive as I read several blogs too .... so I will try my best to continue the Sarikei Capsule fix for you. ;-)

I have just rec'd the 122th Anniversary magazine of the Sarikei Cantonese Association. There are some very good articles that trace the early pioneers/migrants...stay tuned.

sarawakiana said...

You are right about the STC fix for me.

I am a real addict of historical articles. I have the vision of having life size dolls of early Chinese settlers in an Ethnic Museum for Sarawak.....

Young people these days do not know history and geography of our region. Sarawak is only one paragraph or at best one chapter in some history books of Malaysia.

Have a good time.

sarawakiana said...

Happy holidays. If you are in Pnom Penh there is a nice Methodist Bible College with lots of Sibu people there.

Daniel Yiek said...

Sarawakian,
I will be at Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) and Phnom Penh on a tour package so I don't think I will have much time to deviate from the schedule to visit other things.

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