Sri Aman rides the wave of natural phenomenon


By YU JI
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  • Monday, 06 Jun 2016

Opening day at Fort Alice Museum in Sri Aman, about 200km from Kuching. The fort was restored at RM5mil over about 30 months.

For a small town in rural Sarawak, Sri Aman, which means peace in Malay, certainly has a lot of history. Until 1980, Sri Aman was Simanggang.

Lots of people of the older generation still call it by its former name.

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