Saturday, September 3, 2011

Tze Yin Khor, Sebuyau

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Sebuyau, a small coastal town resided between the Batang Lupar and Sungai Sebuyau; the small Sungai Sebuyau flows past Sebuyau directly to the South China Sea just at the Batang Lupar river mouth where the town is situated. This small fishing town is famous for the Ikan Terubuk, which is in high demand both locally and the West Malaysian market.

Tze Yin Khor is situated near the Sebuyau river mouth; Tze Yin Khor Sebuyau shares the same host deities with Tze Yin Khor Sri Aman and Tze Yin Khor Lubok Antu, both are at the upstream of the Batang Lupar. The Main Host, Tze Pei Niang Niang, and two other host deities, Lord Hock Teck, or Tua Pek Kong. and Xuan Tian Shang Ti (玄天上帝; Heavenly Emperor).


From Tze Yin Khor, Sebuyau


From Tze Yin Khor, Sebuyau


There are over 10,000 villagers in Sebayau, of whom two-thirds are fishermen living near the Sebuyau river. The Chinese, mostly Teochew, live near the town central, as grocery shops operators or businessmen.

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