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It has everything at superb value for money. Local items are available in great variety.
However, getting there is a big challenge. The traffic flow around the area is poorly designed and caused jam all the time.
A place where you can find all sorts of "sayur kampung" sold by the local Ibans. The vegetables are very fresh and the best time to visit Pasar Tamu and Pasar Utama Bintulu is on early Sunday morning. Be patience to find a place to...More
It’s the Acetes seasons where you can buy one plastic for as low as RM5. There’s not many choices of vegetables here. The usual available vegetable are Midin (wild fern), Bitter Melon, Bitter Melon Leaves, Ceylon Spinach, Chinese Chard, Shanghai Chinese Chard, Chinese Flowering Cabbage,...More
This is where u can get local goods such as belacan bintulu, cincalok, anchovies, fresh seafoods, fruits, vegetables, the local handmade crafts and gifts and etc.
Better to visit early in the morning, we visited around 9:30am and most of the store are closed, probably...More
The tamu sell a lot of local food such like fruit, vegetables and etc. A little bit smelly and dirty, try to find souvenir shop only found 1,2 place. Cheap price and locate infront old town. Those who want to buy souvenirs this not really...More
If you like to know everything about local produce, this would be the best place. Fruits, vegetables, meat and even food stall at the upper level of the market. Things are a bit pricey probably because this is in bintulu, the oil and gas town....More
Bintulu is a major commercial port and coastal town on the island of Borneo in the central region of Sarawak.
Arriving in the industrial port by ship, we went into the town by shuttle buses provided by the cruise line. The town is located some...More