Saturday, January 10, 2009

Civic Centre Kuching

Civic Centre Kuching is one of my favorite places where I always visit when I’m in Kuching. There is a Civic Centre Tower where visitors can view Kuching city at a higher point. This is really a relaxing place for me. It is also a place where I can see quite a number of foreigner visitors.

Here are some shot of Kuching, Sarawak.

The tall building here is Wisma Saberkas which can be said as one of the oldest shopping complex in Kuching. Now, it is known as a shopping mall where you can shop for hand phones, Computers, Laptop and other’s electronic equipment. However, the opening of 1TJ might take over this place in the future.



The mountain shows in the picture below really look similar to Mount Kinabalu. I’m so surprise the moment I look at it. I got no idea whether it is Mount Santubong, Mount Serapi, or Mount Matang.

Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak where it is still under construction. Do you notice a colorful building at the bottom of the picture below, that is Star Cineplex which is one of the cinemas in Kuching.


Sarawak Club.


Random shot of Kuching.







Besides enjoying the nice view of Kuching, there is also a shop selling souvenir.


If you get to visit Kuching someday, Civic Centre Tower is the place you must not miss.

6 comments:

CH Voon said...

You forget to mention something here.

At night, a lot of people will gathering there! Expecially, all those couple will park their car there and do somethings. - but not me hehehe! I just go to kacau them only.

Borneo Falcon said...

I remember walking to the civic centre from Kuching city in 2007. Took about 30 minutes walk.

sabahking said...

Kuching gets so many trees just like sabah ! currently i like to climb the mountain maybe can go to climb Mount Santubong, Mount Serapi, and Mount Matang that u state in ur post.

Crazyfool - Make You Crazy And FooL said...

those mountain very lousy one la sabahking haha..

uh long time dint go..

Trini Sario said...

Becareful when you go to Mount Santubong tho...you might stumbled Raja Bersiong :p

Trini from Australia, http://www.printthing.com

BoZaki said...

I'm planning to go there this afternoon... i'm first timer in Kuching and i love to see everything here before i went back to Sabah next week.