Sarawak, Sarawak!

I got the pics + joke from a forwarded email, after the bomb release to my website, then I know the pictures and joke was originally from Kenny Sia’s blog :), check out cool stuff in Kenny’s blog

Kuching is a city with 70% of the roads are named after famous people, most of whom are Datuks, some of whom have unfortunately very very long names.
Look at the pics.

Its not true what they said about Sarawakians living on trees you know. That’s not what we’re famous for. We’re famous for giving road directions to tourists.

Tourist: “Excuse me, how do I get to the library?”

Local Sarawakian: “Oh that’s easy! From here, go along Jalan Datuk Abang Abdul Rahim, turn right at Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman and drive until you reach Bulatan Datuk Temenggong Abang Kipali Bin Abang Akip. Do a 3 o’clock towards Jalan TunKU Abdul Rahman, make a left at Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce and drive until you reach the roundabout at Bulatan Datuk Amar Abang Haji Suleiman Bin Haji Taha. Exit at Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg, then turn left at Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho. Soon you’ll reach Bulatan Datuk Menteri Abang Haji Mohammad Zin Bin Haji Salleh, where you should turn into Jalan Tun Datuk Patinggi Abang Haji Muhammad Salahuddin until you arrive Bulatan Datuk Patinggi Abang Haji Abdillah Bin Datuk Bandar Abang Haji Mohammad Kassim.

The library is just on your left. Any questions?”

Tourist: “Huh?”

9 thoughts on “Sarawak, Sarawak!”

  1. This post sure looks VERY VERY familiar….n i think the first foto has kennysia.com stamped on its bottm right hand corner…Hahaha — Blog Plagiarism ?? LOL

  2. Kenny, I am so so so sorry… I got it from a forwarded email and just copy and paste it. No worry dude, I am sure giving the credit to you, and your blog is interesting 🙂

  3. Is me forward the mail to him…..So what ? I have 200-300 mails a day….Who copy who I also don’t care !!! even the owner has no copyright for it too unless he copyrights it.

  4. Metal, copyright rules is applicable immediately for anything written by someone. What dya mean “the owner has no copyright for it unless he copyrights it”? You don’t have to copyright something for it to be copyrighted to you.

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