Ban Kee Café
Tua Pek Kong
This classic Chinese temple adds vibrant colours to the rather drab city centre. The serenity is somewhat marred by the sound of...
Council Negeri Monument
Commemorates Sarawak's first legislative assembly meeting of Brooke officials and local chieftains held in 1867 in Bintulu.
This 57-hectare park combines attractive but poorly maintained botanical gardens and a few sad-looking animals, including one lonely...
Makes Chinese-inflected baked goods, including sweet and savoury bread rolls, sandwiches, pastries and surprisingly tasty Belgian...
off Jln Abang Galau · interesting places nearby
Ban Kee Café information
An atmospheric Chinese seafood specialist with seating in a semi-covered outdoor courtyard, selling fresh fish and seafood (per kilogram RM40 to RM80) and breakfast noodles and laksa.