My Last Stop of My Roadtrip across Sarawak! Limbang!

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Bid Brunei farewell and we are now at the Limbang!!! \(@ ̄∇ ̄@)/

except this, I actually have not much knowledge about this land.

I heard that it is a strategic location for business as they get many Brunei tourists came to this town to buy vegetables, fruits and groceries over the weekend.

There’s only one shopping complex in this town which happens to have a hotel above it and that’s where I stayed..

So yeah, no paranormal activities that night. ^^”

As we will be leaving the town around noon the next day, I woke up super early to catch a glimpse of the place before we left.

Limbang division has two towns, Limbang Town and Lawas town which located on the other side of Limbang after Brunei and next to Sabah.

The hotel + shopping complex.

The shopping complex cater the needs of the 40,000 people who stayed in this town. The businesses here are doing great since there are no other competitors. Open a bubble tea stall/shop, confirm you will be counting your money until you forgot what is frown. ( ★ω★)

Tua Pek Kong temple. There’s one in every single towns and cities I covered in this Sarawak Roadtrip series.

The trapped mist on the hills makes me feel as if I’m on the highland near the clouds.

You can get to Labuan with this express boat which only costs you RM24 per round trip.

Found these freshly made and bbq fishcakes in the wet markets.

Only RM1 per stick, so cheap can die.  (๑>ᴗ<๑)

Here’s the old part of the town.

Old shops *imaging turning them into hipster cafes* ( ´ ▽ ` )

Woohooo a Tamu Pagi (morning market) !!  (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

I love local market!! Sometimes when I go to a market like this feels like as if I’m going for a treasure hunt and I never know what interesting stuffs are waiting there to surprise me.

And just a 2 minutes walk, I saw this…

FUUUUAHHHHHH SUPER BIG CLAMSS!! ⊙0⊙

The clams are as big as the lady’s fist!!!

WAHH  some almost the size of the coconut!!

Too bad I don’t eat clams. ( ̄ω ̄)

WHAT IS THIS DURIAN RED????

DI THEY SHOWERED IT WITH BLOOD?? (⊙﹏⊙)

(imagination)

Have anyone tried this kind of durian before?

I didn’t buy it as i don’t feel like having durian that time. Now, I kinda regret. T^T

I shall called it Blood Durian! coz I want and it sounds cooler. LOL #sukahatisaja

I bought this tho! This is called Tahai!!

A type of dried smoked fish. And it tasted awesome!!!! O(≧∇≦)O

If you like fish and you like smokey taste!

Then mix it with sambal and rice and you have Nasi Tahai!!

BRINGING NASI LEMAK TO ANOTHER LEVEL!! NASI LEMAK TAPAI!!!

My first and last meal in Limbang. ( ̄~ ̄)

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On our way out of Limbang, we dropped by a Museum / Fort Limbang.

Rajah Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak Kingdom build fort in all major town back in the old days to protect the people from Pirates. This fort was build in the year 1887.

It looks more like a banglo than a fort ( ̄ー ̄)

Now it is a Museum document the history and people of Limbang.

Well, I shall see you again in future, Limbang, the town of Buffaloes.

Hopefully, I can revisit all the town and cities of Sarawak again but as a tourist instead of a passerby.

Well, that ends my Sarawak Roadtrip. Now to go home..

WAHHH REALLY MAD!! ヽ(゚Д゚)ノ

It takes 12-14 hours to travel from Miri to Kuching depending on how fast you drive.

The journey is not only long but dangerous as well..

Seriously!! There were many close calls!!!  (╬⁽⁽ ⁰ ⁾⁾ Д ⁽⁽ ⁰ ⁾⁾)

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That’s the end of my Sarawak Roadtrip Series. Hope you enjoyed.

Sarawak Trip: Sri Aman | Sibu | Sibu 2 | Ghost In Bintulu |Mukah-Bintulu | Miri | Brunei | Last Stop Limbang

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Coming up next:

– Miao got his ass kicked!

– Miao Yakuza-ing in KL.

– Miao and Crush Series!!

– Hello Sabah!!

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11 Comments

  • Timmy
    July 12, 2014 - 7:52 pm | Permalink

    That was a great adventure Miao.

  • July 12, 2014 - 9:22 pm | Permalink

    About 10 years ago, my family had road trip from Kuching to Miri, took like almost 24 hours to reach Miri.

  • Jingy
    July 12, 2014 - 9:55 pm | Permalink

    The red durian is durian kampung right? I wonder is it the same one I ate in Sabah. Reddish color but tasteless one!

  • missnysa
    July 12, 2014 - 10:49 pm | Permalink

    yeay my hometown..reading this post make me so tak sabar to balik kampung… I’ve worked at that hotel before and I know some spooky story happended there before..lucky you din’t encountered any…hoho..and that blood durian we called it durian merah or durian utak galah..to me it taste better than normal durian and it more pricey than normal durian too..and i never know about nasi lemak tapai ..need to cari that nasi lemak tapai when i’going home this raya..

    • July 23, 2014 - 10:48 am | Permalink

      wahhh taste better?!! i should have bought themmmmmm

      sedapppp it’s at the market, many ppl selling. There’s prawns and fish type. very nice omggggg smokey sambal

  • yuying
    July 13, 2014 - 12:46 am | Permalink

    Miao, the Sarawak trip part 3.5 link is broken. And that must be a crazy ride to go back all the way in one day! Glad that you made it back home in one piece. =D

  • July 13, 2014 - 1:22 am | Permalink

    Now I am curious ~~ who is that special girl you want to text ~~

    And yes – the red durian super tasty! Mmmmmm

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