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Kalimantan Barat, West Kalimantan, Indonesia, agro, aloe vera, beads, Borneo, fishing, gado gado, Kapuas river, museum, outdoor, swiflet farm, theme park, sungai Kapuas,

Pontianak, West Kalimantan

// Location : Kota Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia Pontianak the capital of Kalimantan Barat may not be the most exciting city as far as tourism is concerned. However, it is an important gateway to Kalimantan's...
mountain, waterfall, Borneo Highland, Bidayuh, village, nature, jungle, trekking, Land Dayak, Sarawak, kuching, native, malaysia, Bengoh Dam, Kampung Sait, hanging bridge, bamboo, suspension

Mount Jogong Lookout Point, Sarawak

// Location : Kampung Ayun, Padawan, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Trekking to the original Kampung Jogong at Mt Jogong after splitting off from Kiding, this village shifted 3 times. First to Taba then Sait and...

Nanga Spaya, Batang Ai Dam (4-5 Aug’12)

// Location : Nanga Spaya, Batang Ai, Lubok Antu, Sri Aman Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. A 2D1N event to an Iban 'modern' longhouse organised by Elizabeth Lee for her Sesco colleagues. Batang Ai dam Journey to Nanga Spaya BBQ...
Nyobeng, Borneo, Culture, Traditional, Bidayuh, Gawai, Land Dayak, Kalimantan Barat, Sarawak, Sebujit, ritual, kuching, native, malaysia, indonesia, Bengkayang, village, baruk, gumbang, padang pan

Nyobeng Sebujit, Borneo 2012

// Location : Dusun Sebujit, Desa Hli Buei, Kecamatan Siding, Kabupaten Bengkayang, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia. Welcoming Gumbang Delegates Official Opening Thanks to Desmond Kabar again our year old dream came true when he got us invited through...

Trans border trek to Patie Cave via Padang Pan 2011

// Location : Patie Cave, Kecamatan Siding, Kabupaten Bengkayang, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia. Although caving does not rank top of my adventure list the stories of Ah Boon or Pak Kambing as he is fondly known,...

Kanowit, Sarawak (24-25 Jan 2012)

// Location : Kanowit, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. It was the second day of CNY and the drive from Sarikei to Kanowit was surprisingly more pleasant than I thought as it was my very first. ...
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