There are many similar Bazaars in Sarawak. Siniawan is an example of the early Sarawak towns where time seems to stand still.
I find it very interesting to explore these Bazaars. Interesting because sometimes, you'd find some very interesting items in the shops which you wouldn't find in the city or other places :).
Unfortunately, most shops were closed when we were there.
Anyway, do enjoy the pics.
|Made up of two rows of two storeys wooden shophouses.|
|The main street decorated with red lanterns and flowers.|
|Siniawan Homestay, coffee shop on the groundfloor.|
|Only few shops were open that day, including this vegetable shop.|
|Well kept and decorated five foot way - pretty.|
|Just an interesting nostalgic little wooden shop.|
|Siniawan is located at the bank of Sarawak Kanan River.|
On the opposite side is a village.
Pay the boatman to bring you across - there is no bridge.
|Other than that, you can reach Siniawan by road.|
|Kuching - Bau Road|
|Every Friday and Saturday night, Siniawan Night Market would be on.|
We were there during the day,
so I only managed to snap picture of the advertisement...hehe
Looking forward to explore more of these bazaars in future.