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Sri Aman Town is off the Pan Borneo Highway
Between Sabah and Sarawak, the highway passed through two halves of Brunei.
As of today, the Pan-Borneo Highway is 93 percent completed, with a remainder of a 50-kilometre missing link from Kalabakan to Serudong.
Places of interest in
SIMANGGANG (SRI AMAN)
The journey from Sri Aman to Jakar is very comfortable as the road is quite smooth compare to any parts of the road in the state.
From Jakar drive toward East to Sarikei to Lanang bridge. The toll is RM5 but the journey is shorter compare to Durin.
The journey after Jakar to Bintulu is about two hours plus on an uneven road.
Some parts of the roads are good but the rest no.
There shouldn't be a problem for a four wheel drive to get through the road. On reaching Bintulu-Miri junction, stop at the coffee shop for a light refreshment.
Hosanna Church at Sri Aman - a Catholic Church
Other churches in Bandar Sri Aman
1) St. Luke's Church, Jalan Sabu, Sri Aman, Sarawak, Malaysia The
new St Luke’s Church near Munggu Sabun cost RM2.5 million to build.
The first St Luke’s Church was erected in 1837 at Sabu, some 3
kilometres from the town. In 1937 it was built at the present site
of Munggu Sabun .
2) Latter Rain Church Sri Aman
2 Jalan Sabu, Pekan Sri Aman, 95000 Sri Aman, Sarawak, Malaysia
3) St Maria's Church
4) Sri Aman Methodist Churche 新恩堂
Sing Eng Methodist Church, Sri Aman
Lot 106, Block 2, Club Road, 95000 Bandar Sri Aman, Sarawak.
Tel : 083-323122 083-323211
Room : Rm 63.00 to Rm 84.00 Family Suit : Rm 147.00
The town of Simanggang was established by the White Rajah in 1849 and served as a fort as well as an administrative centre for the government.
In 1849, the Raja
of Sarawak built a fort called James Fort at the mouth of Skrang River. Few
years later in 1853, James fort was attached by Rentap and his follows but failed. Rentap
was a warrior from the famous Dayak Skrang tribe.
Fort Alice marked the start of development for Simanggang. The first
Resident of Simanggang was James Brooke.
Lot 1247 & 1248 Main Bazaar, Sri Aman, Sarawak
Tel: 083-320140, 083-320141
Centrally located with ample parking space.
Uploaded on : March 06, 2015 12:26:57 PM