Yes, there are many Bus Stops along Lundu-Sematan/Lundu-Biawak roads. The irony is, I have not seen any 'bus that stops' to pick up and drop passengers along these routes since many, many moons ago. I have lost count already but it has been years. I suspect this phenomenon is common all throughout the Kuching Division and Sarawak as a whole.
Let us see below some of the different makes and models of the almost countless Bus Stops along Lundu-Sematan Road both public and "privately owned and constructed". Please tolerate and make do with the poor quality of the pictures because they are shot from a moving vehicle. (Click on pictures to view larger images).
This one, another different model, right at the junction leading to the house of an important personality in Lundu.
Two privately owned Bus Stops erected adjacent to each other. The owners were quite frustrated because year 2009 budget does not include fund for repairing and renovating privately owned Bus Stops.
Another Bust Stop of a different quite recent model with invisible passengers waiting for invisible buses.
Another two privately owned Bus Stops built by different consultants and contractors standing next to each other.
This Bus Stop whose owner must have migrated for greener pasture or his My Card must have been returned to the Registration Department for he may no longer exist.
The Leaning Bus Stop of Lundu-Sematan Road. Notice the two support beams to prevent it from collapsing.
Two badly decapitated privately owned Bus Stops. The owners must have grumbled badly on why Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat did not disburse any fund for them to repair their assets.
Mixed zone. One public, one private. Only one lady and her durians waiting for customers. The bus will never come and stop not even until the cows come home.
Quite regal looking public Bus Stop. But no bus stops. Behind stands a traditional hut made of sago atap and of raw wood.