Where do you go on a night out in Sarikei? Besides sipping your teh-si beng (ice milked tea) with your friends in a kopitiam or nursing a beer in a pub, night life is limited. The cinemas and the open air food stalls (at Merdeka Park) used to be the epic centres of night life in the 1970s but both had closed.
This abandoned warehouse at Wharf Road will be a vegetables and meat market but akan datang (coming soon) on 15 Jan'09 is a pasar malam (night market) on the outside in the open air. This is likely to operate 4-10pm and will be good for tourism.
Naylong! Naylong! Cheap sale!