1ST DIVISION KUCHING > KUCHING CITY > PLACES OF INTEREST >
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China Town of Kuching
82 Ewe Hai Street, Kuching
|1||Kwong Wai Siew Association|
|2||Teo Chew Association|
|3||Hing Ann Association|
|4||Hai Nan Association|
|5||Tai Poo Association|
|7||Liu Chiu Association|
|1||Hiang Thian Siang Ti Temple|
|2||Tokong Hin Ho Bio|
|4||Hong San Si|
|5||Tua Pek Kong Temple||大伯公廟|
|Ewe Hai Street||友海街|
|Carpenter Street||亞答街 (木匠街)|
|Jalan Bishop Gate||下横街|
|Chinese red archway||亞答街牌坊|
|Tua Pek Kong Temple 大伯公廟|
The main entrance is at the eastern end of Carpenter Street opposite the Old Courthouse (Kuching's Visitor Information Centre) compound. Otherwise, you can find the Chinatown in the Main Bazaar area along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman opposite the Kuching Waterfront and Leboh Cina (Upper China Street).
Kuching Chinatown is marked with a grandiose Chinese-inspired red archway that certainly indicates the entry point of this popular shopping and eating place. The refurbished old shophouses are surprisingly nice to look at, with brightly painted walls and windows, garbage-free streets (yes, most parts of Kuching are surprisingly clean!) with no moving vehicles crowding the alley ways.
|One of the oldest streets in
Kuching is Ewe Hai Street.
Ewe Hai Street together with Carpenter Street formed the "Old China
Town" of Kuching.
This street is connected with another old street – Carpenter Street, at the junction of the remains of Bishop Gate, as well as a gateway to one of
Parallel to Ewe Hai Street is another Kuching’s oldest street – Main Bazaar’s Bishop Gate Road.
At the other end of this Ewe Hai
Street is the Hong San Si Temple, which is an incense
flourishing old temple, full of myth. And next to the temple is
Opposite Life Cafe is Black Bean
Coffee & Tea Company 黑豆食品咖啡茶叶贸易公司
The Chinese emigration brought
various cultures and handcrafts skills, blended with the old
neighborhoods to create the current unique multi-cultural
Jing Fong Foh, Shanghai Carpenter
There are dental clinic,
bookstores, coffee shops, herbal shops, incense store, etc., which
added much colors and liveliness to the lives on the streets.
Ewe Hai Street
|LEK TAU SUAN
BIG BOWL Rm 2.00 (Takeaway big box Rm 2.30)
SMALL BOWL Rm 1.50 (Takeaway small box Rm 1.80)