Sibu set to regain former glory

1 People from all races participating in the annual duck catching competition.2 Sibu’s central market is said to be the biggest in Malaysia and the most visited place in town.3 The Swan is an official symbol of Sibu.4 A Kampua mee (dry noodle) seller showing his noodle-tossing skill. Sibu is famous for its Kampua noodles.5 A longevity noodle maker drying the item under.6 The gateway leading to Sibu town centre.7 The Lanang Bridge is heavily used by up to three million users yearly.8 Riverine transport is still important to get to places upriver.9 The Sibu Heritage Centre.

The decision to abolish the toll on Sibu’s Lanang Bridge is expected to spur economic activities in the area.

On April 19, Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem had announced that motorists would no longer have to pay toll from May 25.

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