The century old Buso bazaar and its surrounding village will be another heritage attraction for the State.
Located about 45 minutes’ drive from the city centre, the attractions include wooden structure shop houses and a typical river boat ride connecting the town from the main road.
Buso town is of historical significance, of which among others, it was a place of refuge during World War II.
The town is mainly populated by a mixed racial composition of Chinese, Malays and Bidayuh communities.
Photo shows Kampung Seberang Buso – a Malay village across Sungai Sarawak Kanan.
Photo credit to Borneo Post.