The quiet riverside town of Sibu is located in the eastern Malaysian state of Sarawak, offering its visitors a chance to enjoy a slower pace of life in which to enjoy the distinctive cuisine of this region along with the picturesque views of the town.
Among the limited sites in Sibu is the beautiful Tua Pek Kong Temple, a must-see while in this town. The temple dates back to the late 1800s, and is a favorite destination among visitors and locals alike. On the livelier side of things is Sibu Central Market, which is the largest indoor market in the country and the best place to find the foods, trinkets, and everything else one might be looking for while exploring this town. At night, don’t miss a visit to the exciting Night Market, where the bars and dining options expand to include entertainment options alongside nighttime shopping. The Sibu Town Square is also the largest one in the country, and is a great place for dining, entertainment, and people-watching. The square is located right by the waterfront, perfect for recreation and photo opportunities.
There is a lot more to see and do around Sibu, and the best way to discover the attractions, sites, and activities that this town has to offer is by exploring the interactive map on this page.