Siniawan is an old and once forgotten town 21 km away from Kuching. Recent years, efforts have been made to revive the traditions and cultures as well as the night market of this old town which is seeing results and tourists are now flocking in during the weekends and local economy is greatly improved.
Siniawan is good to see at night but definitely better to feel during day time … the old wooden shophouses are good story tellers.
Duration : 3 hours
Depart Time : 6:00 pm (Weekend Only)
Siniawan old town - age more than 100years; just to enjoy a moment of old town feel there. Set up by the folks/kapitan, between two rows of wooden shops, you will find a short stretch of stalls selling handmade stuff and of course food and cakes. Its not only Chinese food, you will get Malay and natives selling there too. The old quiet bazaar is brought to life every Friday and Saturday evening starting 6.30pm to 10pm. Local folks sing life on stage, red lanterns stringed from one end to the other. Don't forget to try the Lui Teh, Pitcher Plant Rice and the Ngo Hiang here, which is very recommended for a food lover!!
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Rates are based on per person basis & Mininum 2 person
* All rates above valid till 31 December 2019 (tour commencement date).
- Rates Include:
- Guide fee
- All transfers & tours as stated in the package (Seat in Coach)
- Rates exclude:
- Tipping, Travel insurance
- Requirement for the trip:
- Own drinking bottle and first aid kit.
Note: Every person participates in any tour or holiday organized by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his / her own risk with respect to loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine or other travelers.