One should be able to come across this red arch bridge while about to reach the town of Bintangor from either Sibu or Sarikei. Bintagor is about 45km from Sibu and about 20 minutes drive from Sarikei .
The best place to start exploring Bintangor is by foot from its well known landmark, the Bintagor Orange which is located at its small waterfront.
The orange is the official symbol for this town due to its well known green orange.
Nearby the orange landmark structure is a jetty which probably connect the nearby longhouses
The jetty is a bustling point with plenty of food and drink stalls available here
The abandoned Rejang Port Authority. I think this used to be the official port for the town. The nearest port that serve this town now should be in Sarikei or Sibu.
This is the main road of the town. The town is pretty small and one should able to navigate without getting lost. I'm impressed with the neat layout of the town, unlike the messy road system in bigger towns and cities.
The public toilet here also surprisingly clean. The cleanliness even outperform the one in my hometown
This is the hawker centre (Pusat Penjaja Bintangor) of the town. It houses several food and drinks stalls. It also serves as a wet market. A few shops inside this building also selling clothes.
This clock tower could be another recognizable landmark of the town. It's a shame the clock no longer function anymore . The pedestrian path in way of the clock seems like a good place to unwind for the local folks here