Sebangkoi Country Resort, Sarikei

sebangkoi

Sebangkoi Country Resort is located about 30 odd kilometers from Sarikei. The place has been a national park for quite a while but the addition of the resort is relatively new.

sebangkoi country resort

Sebangkoi Country Resort is located right in Sebangkoi Park and has accommodations ranging from the budget traveler to suites.

sebangkoi stone

Sebangkoi Country Resort has a guardhouse that is landscaped to look like a chunk of rock. The place is meant as a country retreat and the gates are closed and locked at 9 pm unless you make arrangements with the staff. Sebangkoi Country Resort does not lack in creature comforts (except WiFi) and there’s plenty to do at the park.

sebangkoi resort

Our contingent arrived at the Sebangkoi Country Resort at about 2 pm and checked into the suite. I had booked the RM 280 suite for the night. Mr. Tang kindly offered me the entire suite for the special price of RM 60 coz in return for a writeup about the resort on my blog (which I was going to do anyway ;)). Cheers!

sebangkoi dorms

There are two types of rooms in Sebangkoi Country Resort. The dormitory accommodations (pictured above) sleep 20 people in double decker beds and costs RM 18 per person. The suites has three (3) bedrooms and a living room and can sleep up to 7 people. It’s also fully air conditioned.

sebangkoi bbq

Sebangkoi Country Resort also has BBQ facilities, as well as a conference room that can accommodate up to 200 people. There is also a sound stage that can be used for free if you’re organizing events and such. Okay, enough with the obligatory promotional spiel. Back to the post. ๐Ÿ™‚

bunga raya

We took the Bunga Raya (Hibiscus) Suite, which is our national flower. It’s the VIP suite and it’s one of the two suites in Sebangkoi Country Resort.

sebangkoi rooms

The exterior walls of the suite is plastered with images of Sebangkoi Nature Park. The main feature at Sebangkoi is a waterfall, which is interestingly called “pooh pooh” in Chinese.

hibiscus suite

The suites has glass sliding doors which reflects the nature surrounding Sebangkoi Country Resort. The foliage around the place is impressive…

spider

…as is the wildlife. I’m only taking this coz the spider is dead. I have severe arachnophobia.

dining table

The two RM 280 VIP suites are furnished with a dining table and TV (with Astro) and leads right into the three (3) bedrooms.

couch

There is also a living room with couches and a mini-fridge which you can use to store contraband…

sparkling red wine

…like the RM 41.40 bottle of Don Camillo Lambrusco sparkling red wine you bought prior to coming to Sebangkoi. The official policy at Sebangkoi Country Resort is that outside food and drinks are not allowed.

queen bed

Two of the three rooms are fitted with a queen sized bed and a single bed while the other room is only fitted with a single bed. There is also a wardrobe in each of the rooms.

room view

The rooms all opens up to a great view of the greenery around the Sebangkoi Country Resort, with a thoughtful mosquito netting screen to avoid the pesky insects from indulging in your hemoglobins during the night.

canteen

We headed straight to the only canteen at the resort straight after unpacking our stuff for lunch. I hadn’t eaten anything since the morning and was starving for some solid food. The canteen is located at the reception area and is open to the public as well as resort guests.

canteen coconuts

There are coconuts, ice cream, and snacks on offer as well as a la carte orders.

oranjeboom

The canteen Sebangkoi Country Resort also serves alcohol (only beer) and we ordered Oranjeboom Premium Lager at RM 10 for 3 tins. It certainly went down well in the warm weather at the place.

nasi goreng pattaya

I ordered the Nasi Goreng Pattaya (RM 4.30) which the proprietor highly recommended. It tasted great, but I was craving for carbohydrates at that time so I’m unsure if my judgment was affected by this situation.

nasi goreng inside

It’s fried rice with bits of meat and frozen vegetables (defrosted and fried before serving, naturally) wrapped in an egg omelet.

maggi mee

My traveling companion went for the Maggi Mee Telur (RM 2.80) which is a bit of an interesting choice. She said she hasn’t eaten the stuff for ages and wanted to eat instant noodles. It came with the packet of flavoring on the side and has an egg and some vegetables inside.

arrival food

Thus properly nourished, we went for a walk around the resort area.

sebangkoi resort area

Sebangkoi Country Resort is not a big place – there are two suites, four dormitory style accommodations and a central dining area.

resort stilts

Sebangkoi Country Resort is located on top of a hill so the air is relatively fresh and cool. This also necessitates the construction of concrete stilts to accommodate the hilly gradient of the terrain. There is a long flight of stairs if you go up to the suite using the back entrance but the front access is on flat ground.

greenery

The entire resort is located in a forest, so there’s lots of foliage and greenery to sooth your eyes. It’s been ingrained into us as school children that proper rest for the optical senses should be done every hour by looking at a distant tree, so I think we used up our quota for the month so we can stare back at the LCD screen at work without breaks. ๐Ÿ˜‰

panties

I also saw some decidedly feminine panties being hung out to dry. I assume it’s from the local girls working as staff at the resort. Washing dirty linen in public.

earthquake

ZOMG! Sichuan Earthquake 7.8 Richter aftershock hits Sebangkoi! More than a month later!
(Which makes it OK to joke about it) 

wasps

It should be noted that wasps have made their nests under the resort’s structure, which can make it unsafe for people who’re allergic to stings.

sebangkoi falls path

The most popular attraction at Sebangkoi is the Sebangkoi waterfall. It’s about a 10 minute walk (up and down hilly terrain) from the resort through a guests-only gate behind the main reception area.

stream

There is the occasional stream running through the planked path as well as forest trees all around.

rest stop

The famous bright red Sebangkoi park rest huts are located at intervals down the path. There is also a 2.6 km jungle trekking trail for those who’re into this sort of thing.

waterfall entrance

Sebangkoi Falls is not very difficult to locate since there is just one path leading to it. We soon heard the sound of falling water and arrived at the falls.

sebangkoi waterfall

The Sebangkoi Waterfall is located on an inclined rock terrain with a bright red bridge behind it. This is the only waterfall in the park and there is already a family frolicking in the water when we arrived.

Sebangkoi Waterfall video

sebangkoi falls me

The water isn’t exactly clean but it’s very cold and refreshing. It’s not dirty from garbage or anything like that, but rather topsoil and other dead leaves being washed down from further upstream so it’s perfectly safe for swimming in.

log throwing

There are random logs and rocks in the pool under the waterfall and I attempted to remove a rather solid looking log, but nearly got a hernia instead.

Hello, I’m Johnny Knoxville and this is Log Throwing.

beer belly

Dad? Is that you? We have the same beer belly.

blood

It should be noted that there are sharp stones at the bottom of the waterfall pool. I managed to get a gash on the knee without realizing it.

gash

It’s a good thing it didn’t get infected or anything like that, but I did sneeze a couple of times. I attribute that to the hundreds of people cursing my existence though. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Row, row, row your boat.

under waterfall

It’s actually very therapeutic to be under the waterfall. The falling water acts as a massage on your aching muscles and the cold water from the highlands is very invigorating.

kung fu waterfall

Please do not disturb. Kung Fu Practice in session.

mr universe front

Mr. (from another) Universe – front view

mr universe back

Mr. (from another) Universe – back view

relaxing falls

Smoking beer and drinking cigarettes while soaking in the pool. What could be better?

me family falls

I met a nice family from Sibu on vacation there as well. Please focus on my potbelly, not on the poor little girl’s puberty manifestations okay? ๐Ÿ˜‰

narcissism

This is the very last photo taken before my Sony T-70 fell into the water. It’s divine retribution for my narcissism, I’m very sure of that. ๐Ÿ˜‰

open wine

I was so depressed that I just had to open up our bottle of red wine before dinner. This was taken with a cell phone camera so the image quality is lacking.

narcissism 2

I still managed to do the narcissism (is necessary) thing to get back at the divine retribution thing though. ๐Ÿ˜‰

lounge

The canteen closes at 9 pm and the cigarettes and snacks counter closes at 6 pm so keep that in mind if you’re intending to be eating anything at all at night. We got there at about 8 pm and ordered:

sweet sour fish

Sweet and sour fish slices

chicken soy sauce

Chicken cooked with soy sauce

local veggies

Wild leaves cooked with egg

rice

There was only enough rice for two (2) – they didn’t expect us to eat more than the two dishes of rice, apparently, and that’s a bit of an oversight on the management’s part.

eating dinner

We didn’t really get enough to eat so we managed to wake up the staff at around 1 am in the morning and drove down to Sarikei (about 15 minutes away) to get more alcohol (and food).

two coconuts

I still haven’t worked up the courage to try and start up the submerged digital camera the next morning when we woke up so the breakfast photos were also taken with the cell phone cam. I noticed that the canteen has a larger selection of coconuts now so we each ordered one.

coconuts

I had a yellow ripe coconut while my traveling companion had a green pandan coconut.

nasi goreng seafood

I tried their Nasi Goreng Seafood (RM 4.30) while she had the Nasi Goreng Pattaya (RM 4.30) I had the previous day. The seafood fried rice didn’t taste as good as the previous day’s offerings.

breakfast pic

The proprietor was kind enough to let us check out at 4 pm so we decided to go to the “other” waterfall in Sebangkoi. He told us that there’s a lesser known “waterfall” about a two minute walk away so we changed and went down the route he showed us.

second waterfall

I got some beer from the canteen and with a little bit of Dutch Courage, inserted the battery into my digicam and started it up, while praying to the very same deity that struck me (or rather, my digicam) down in his righteous fury at my narcissism. It worked! =D
(albeit with an extremely slow startup time) 

second falls

I wouldn’t call it a waterfall though…that would be stretching it a little bit too thin. It’s the runoff from a storm drain!

second falls water

However, the water seem to be clean enough to be swimming in and the place is very private. There are even tiny fishes in the water.

charcoal

It’s not completely free from habitation though – traces of a very recent campfire/BBQ session was seen from the charcoal beside the “waterfall”.

debating

I was debating whether to enter the dubious looking runoff water…

the leap

…and jumped in anyway. Call it a leap of faith. ๐Ÿ˜‰

kung fu 2

I did more vertical Lotus Position training at the storm drain runoff. It’s not as dirty as I expected, the water quality is about the same as the Sebangkoi Falls. I wouldn’t recommend drinking it, but swimming should be fine.

second falls smoking

You can bring you own beer if you feel thirsty though…and your own tobacco/other products. ๐Ÿ˜‰

search leaf

I went au naturale in search of a leaf to do a Garden of Eden scene.

adam

Hello, I’m Adam…

small one

…and I have a small one coz I ate the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Sebangkoi “Waterfall” a.k.a. Sebangkoi Storm Drain

catching fishes

The water was very cold, and soothing on that warm afternoon. I tried my luck at catching some of the little fishes swimming around, before realizing the futility of the exercise.

narcissism 3

I tempted The Creator with another narcissistic shot…and this time, judgment day came just a little over 24 hours later. Oh well.

second falls drinking

I spent a lazy Sunday afternoon drinking beer and smoking at the pool. Please keep your cigarette butts and empty beer cans in a trash bag and carry it away with you. Seriously, a few bad apples will ruin the rest of our reputations. Leave nothing but footprints and all that.

sebangkoi welcome

Sebangkoi Country Resort is a great place for a private and quiet weekend getaway instead of the usual Saturday night excess. You still get to drink, and get some exercise in addition to all that. There’s the nature surrounding you too, so you feel invigorated. It’s the closest natural waterfall from Sibu and the water is cold and refreshing. ๐Ÿ™‚

sebangkoi end

Sebangkoi Country Resort is not a 5-Star resort like Hilton Batang Ai Longhouse Resort, so don’t expect the same level of creature comforts, but it’s cheap if you go in a group and it’s close enough to Sibu for a quick weekend getaway. Cheers!

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98 thoughts on “Sebangkoi Country Resort, Sarikei”

  1. this one should categorize as XX .Oww… thats a nasty ass man. I like the one you holding a leaf, very artistic like the ancient Roman plp.

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  2. Glad that you managed to connect with the resort operator and really did make it to the resort. Oh, you missed going to the deer farm across the road (opposite the waterfall park).
    Thanks for an interesting write up to promote Sarikei. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Another nice post HB, keep it up ๐Ÿ™‚ Your blogging kind of reminds me of this other guy Stile of stileproject.com. His was an old blog, cool like yours is right now, all raw and real. It used to be all nice until he turned into a sell out, like what’s happening to Kenny Sia these days. Please don’t let it happen to Sixthseal!!

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  4. Damn it HB! LOL Now 16 days seem like long ways away before I get all that sun, nature and awesome food…..Awesome to hear that the Camera started working though – those things are not as “disposable” as they should be ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Wow… such privacy! It’s rare to find a place where you can go au naturale without enraging any neighbor. Did you end up engaging in ‘outdoor activities’ too? รด_O

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  6. Pooh Pooh for Poh HB. LOL
    One of your best post!
    I showed my friend the row row row your boat. Her reaction was “He should get a bigger BOAT”. LOL
    Ah… now I am tempted to soak nakedly in such reisen (as opposed to onsen).

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  7. Ah…I see got aircon! OK liao!…No wifi, use external wireless modem. If got hp coverage, should be able to access!……Eeeeee!!! Lucky thing you’re not allergic to the leaf!!! LOL!!! And what a coincidence! I also posted naked photos….. Hahahahahaha!!!!

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  8. Ah…I see got aircon! OK liao!…No wifi, use external wireless modem. If got hp coverage, should be able to access!……Eeeeee!!! Lucky thing you’re not allergic to the leaf!!! LOL!!! And what a coincidence! I also posted naked photos….. Hahahahahaha!!!!

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  9. at the food is not extremely overpriced like those typical resorts, but portion wise it seems rather small. looks like somebody is getting in touch with nature LOL!

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  10. Roland: Haha! I should have a put a NSFW warning – Not Safe For Work. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I hope no one gets into trouble at work from their superior’s walking pass their screens while on one of those photos. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Daniel: Thanks, buddy. I mananged to get in touch with the resort operator. He’s a very nice person, very hospitable and gave me the RM 280 suite for just RM 60 in return for a writeup on the resort. I told him I was gonna do that anyway, it’s a Travel post, but it was nice of him to do that.
    I didn’t know there was a deer farm across the road. I should have gone and checked it out. He told me about the second “waterfall” though. It’s a storm drain right? It’s just that the water comes from the highlands so it’s (relatively) clean. At least I didn’t get sick or rashes from swimming in it.
    I like Sarikei, have blogged about it in 2002, then this year. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Irene: Our buns are warm and fresh from the oven too. Free samples are available to interested customers. Offer valid only if customer is female. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    goolooloo: I want!!!! That would make me really visible in Delta Mall. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Haha! There’s a Sony Center there too right? Remember have to put my blog URL there too, ah. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Vince: Thanks Vince! Appreciate the kind comments. sixthseal.com will be as it is. I had a lot of pressure to remove the drug posts from previous advertisors (AdSense was one) but I didn’t bow down to the pressure, largely because this is what sixthseal.com is about. You don’t dig out your roots just coz someone tells you to. ๐Ÿ™‚
    The official sixthseal.com policy is to take me as I am.
    Thanks for reading, buddy. ๐Ÿ™‚
    GF: You want a closer look? I can take you to the “moon” and back. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Skwermy: 16 days. I will be waiting for the second coming of Skwermy. ๐Ÿ™‚
    The digicam started but died again and has been VERY unreliable for regular use. A friend of mine lent me a digicam so I can still post photos, I would die (not literally) without a digicam. I’m gonna get one as soon as I get my salary at the end of this month. My lifestyle kinda maxed out my credit card, as I noticed when I went ebanking just now. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    al’sera: You probably can go au naturale anywhere you like. People would just assume you’re crazy and drag their kids away. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I see that all the time here with this crazy man who has a tendency to undo his pants and flip it over and wear it again in full view of people having breakfast at a coffeeshop. All the dangly bits and everything, for all to see. No outdoor activities occured. I think infections are very likely with the quality of the water and water as a lubricant never appealed to me the four times I did it (once in a shower, three in a bathtub). I just don’t enjoy it. *shrugs*
    fish fish: I’m very curious, why do they call it a pooh pooh in Chinese?
    No, I should get a bigger paddle. My log wasn’t moving. Haha!
    It’s fun to go naked in the sea or pool but make sure the water is clean.
    suituapui: I should have asked you to come along, then can blog live from Sebangkoi. I remember you telling me that you use a 3G/GPRS/EDGE modem. There’s no signal for DiGi though, which is why my 016 was down the entire weekend. 019 works though.
    Ya lor, it could be poison ivy for all I knew… ๐Ÿ˜‰
    essentric: This particular brand of beer is very cheap for some reason. I remember buying 7 cans for RM 10 (which were dented and all, but still drinkable) in some grocery shop in Sibu. I think, but I’m not sure, that these are PIs. PI = Parallel Import, an euphemism for the smuggled “duty free” stuff.
    I am very, very, very tempted to go to Mataking Island, I just saw the brochure on my boss’s table the other week but it’s way too long for me. I don’t have any balance of leave for the rest of the year. ๐Ÿ™
    I want to go though. Lemme think of something and get back to you okay? How many people in the group? How much is the accomodations?
    Darren: Yeah, it’s called the Sebangkoi Resort Canteen so it’s not a restaurant or anything like that. It’s the only place to get food at the resort. The place is a little run down inside, the exterior looks quite pristine but I think they’re having trouble maintaining the place with the current occupancy rates. We were the only ones there!
    Clare: You like? Come get some. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    iono: Heh! Point taken. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Blackwidow: I’m concern my saham will turun drastically if I do that. Mine is like one of those cocktail sausages they serve as appetizers. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I’ll show you in person though, but I’m scared you’ll take me for a flasher and kick me in the nuts…and I know you’re a good fighter so that probably isn’t a good idea. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. no leave? chuck a sickie. or a few for that matter ๐Ÿ˜› well, i’m joining a bunch of divers, made my booking via a dive centre here in KL. there’s a total of 25 divers. http://www.mataking.com for pricing and all. i booked mine as a package though, inc. dives. i think people from East Malaysia get better rates ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. I just heard that a restraining order has been issued for an individual named Poh Huai Bin from entering Sarikei district. LOL…
    Great review on the Sebangkoi. Had been ages since I’ve been there. I’m sure there should a few more waterfall but at greater distance. Glad to know that you get a great deal on accomodation.

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  13. where’s Eve at bro? hahaha. i haven’t been to sebangkoi in ages. maybe we shud go there when i’m back in sibu.
    be one with nature.. and taste the sweet fruit from the tree of knowledge. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  14. Clare: Haha! Well, dreams are not representative of reality so you might actually end up liking The Real Thing (TM). ๐Ÿ˜‰
    e: I’m going to drag him along on one of my trips these days. Sibu bloggers.
    (=’.’=): ….
    No one bothered to tell me that before I went into the water. Thanks for the heads up. I’m seriously going to take a bath now.
    essentric: Well, unless I’m diagnosed with cancer or something, I won’t be able to pull of a week long sickie. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I’ll join you all next trip.
    willchua: Haha! There are more waterfalls around? I should have asked you, everyone tells me there’s only 1 and the resort owner tells me there’s two and pointed me to a storm drain of all things. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Alex: …and we shall acquire the knowledge of good and evil. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Yeah, let’s get a trip going when the Sibu bloggers come back.

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  15. wawa: It’s quite far…I suggest driving (or renting a car to drive there). It’s a bit closer to Sibu than Kuching. ๐Ÿ™‚

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