Sibu, Malaysia · 15 hotels available
S/L 7, No.17, Lorong Seduan 2, Pekan Sibu, , Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96000
3 Lorong 9A, Jalan Kampung Dato, Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96000
Sarawak House Complex, Jalan Kampung Nyabor, Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96000
Lot 277, Block 5, Jalan Kampung Nyabor, Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96007
No 24, Jalan Lau King Howe, 96000 sibu sarawak , Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96000
9, 11 & 13, Lorong Ulu Oya 11A, Sibu Town, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia, 96000
In Sibu, Sarawak there is an Indoor Stadium. It is located at Old Airport Road, Sibu. The construction began on 20th June 2014 by the Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh. The construction was completed on 2nd April 2016. The government made a soft opening on 11th July 2016. The ceremony was officiated by the State Secretary Tan Sri Datuk Amar Mohd Morshidi Abdul Ghani.
This stadium has eight badminton courts together with a basketball court, two volleyball courts. They also have a two-lane jogging track and a grandstand with a seating capacity that can accommodate up to 4250 people at a time. As for the parking space, it has 479 parking bays for cars, 89 bays for motorcycles and 16 bays for stagecoaches.
Some of the events that were previously held here are the 2016 Sukma Games for the game of Badminton, 2017 Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold, 2017 AGE Convention and also the 2017 Borneo International Martial Art Tournament.
For those from Kuala Lumpur, one can always take a flight to go to Sibu city. Some of the flights that make their way there is Air Asia which can be boarded at KLIA 2. The cost during low peak season can be as low as RM50.
If one were to come to this stadium from Kuching, they can always drive using the Samarahan Expressway. From the expressway, one can take the exit at Jalan Tun Hussein Onn to make their way to the stadium. It will take around 6 hours and 29 minutes to get to the stadium. The distance is around 343 kilometres far.
If visitors are to come from other cities in Sarawak, there are several types of buses that make their way to Sibu. Some of them are Biaramas, Suria Bus Express and Borneo Highway Express. Some of the prices are RM60. Then once reach, visitors may take the taxi to the stadium from the bus station.
This is the biggest indoor market in Sibu town. Visitors can come here and try much local food sold here. Not to mention the market sells local handicraft as well. They are sold at a very low price.
This is an area where the locals are able to gather and do recreational activities and spend time with their loved ones. The square is also where they are able to see the two great rivers, the Rajang and the Igan combine and become one great river.
Tua Pek Kong is a Buddhist temple which was built up to 7 floors. This temple was built in conjunction with a Buddhist monk who had landed in Penang by chance. Many locals began to worship him because of the way he landed greatly in Penang.
This hotel is suitable for solo travel or anyone with a family. They also have a spa, a café that is able to provide some food. Not to mention they are very comfortable and also excellent service.
This hotel has 24 hours front desk. They will be able to help their guest with any inquiries they have. Not to mention they have a pool that their guest can enjoy and cool off.
This hotel has a lot of facilities that will make the stay more comfortable. They also have great services that come together with the stay.
This hotel is located nearby to many tourist attractions. The hotel is also able to provide good dishes from their café. With all these, the hotel still is able to maintain comfort and is also affordable.
This hotel is located right in Sibu town. This is a hotel that is suitable for those who are under budget. Not to mention it is also suitable for those who plan to be staying long term. They have Wifi in all public areas.