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Examples are 3rd mile, 4th mile, 5th mile, and so on. Many shops in the cities start to close at around 6pm to 10pm at night. Majority of the people in Kuching are more family-minded than money-minded. Places that a tourist would most probably visit when they are at Kuching are Jalan Song (for the foods), Friendship park (for dating), Waterfront area (for the culture), cultural village (for the culture also), Damai Beach (for the beach), Santubong (for hiking), and various national parks (for the flora and fauna). Foods that should not be missed when visit Kuching are the famous Kolo Mee, Mee Po, Kampua mee, Laksa Sarawak, Kek Batik/Lapis, Kueh Chap, 7th mile Teh C Peng, and most importantly, Tomato Mee. Kuching has a roundabout with a kindergarten and backpacker’s lodge (Transit point) in it. Kuching has the most beautiful roundabout-flyover, called the Kenyalang Interchange. Kuching has a place called Saberkas which is similar to Low Yat Plaza in KL which sells electronic gadgets. Kuchingites’ childhood instant noodle is called the “Lee Fah Mee” and not Maggie Mee. Kuching is where you can find “Whitelady” in almost all drink stalls (only Kuchingites will know what it is). Kuching waterfront is where you can find “Gambir” sold legally everywhere (only Sarawakians will know what’s Gambir). “Demak” brand motorcycles are produced in Kuching (that is why we have Demak Laut Industrial park). In Kuching, KFC, Pizza Hut, and Mc Donalds are not easily found in shopping malls, instead there’s the homegrown fast food chain, Sugarbun. Kuching has a special complex at Kenyalang Park where pirated CDs/DVDs are sold and it seems to be legal. Kuching is the only city in Malaysia which has two mayors (DBKU and MBKS). Kuching people are usually lazy to walk, they will park their cars next to the coffee shop they patronize, preferably by the side of the tables they sit, even if it is illegal. They are not addicted to Tutti Frutti or Baskin Robbins, but Kuchingites will go for a Sunny Hill Ice Cream on a hot day! Please bear that in mind when you are driving around Kuching City. In Kuching, there is no “wrong way” for your routes, because whichever direction you choose, it can still lead you to your destination. Also read: Skype Scams – Malaysian Users Still Falling for It Looking for a partner to help bring your idea to life?
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