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Wild Durian vs Wild Durian Hybrid

// Wild Durian Are usually around 10cm in diameter and shape is round like a ball.  Thorns are thinner but longer.  Colour of pulp ranges from orange to red.  Pulp is usually very thin and...

Dabai Fruit

// Compiled by Mei Er Scientific name : Canarium odontophyllum Dabai, a very new name, new fruit to me being a West Malaysian. It looks like olive but tastes something like avocado, delicious. The Dabai...
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Durian Farms of Sungai Buah, Santubong Sarawak

// Location : Sungai Buah, Santubong, Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. Sungai Buah with a very rich history of one of the earliest Chinese settlements in Sarawak, lies along the mountain range of Sejinjang which separates...
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Jubaidah & friends at Padawan Sarawak Borneo Heights

// Location : Borneo Heights, Padawan District, Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia Visitors from Bangladesh to Annah Rais longhouse, hotspring & Kampung Sadir for lunch and waterfall. // To see more photos, please...
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Palm Wine / Ijok Harvest in Borneo Rainforest Pub

// Location : Kampung Gumbang, Bau District, Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. After nyobang in Krokong its happy hour in the jungle at Gumbang for some bush tuak or palm wine but locally called Nyok. It's...
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‘Crystal’ Fruit (Matoa)

// The first time we came across this fruit was at Pak Awang's orchard in Biawak, Lundu.  An Indonesian friend told us this fruit was called 'matoa' meaning crystal and that it was native...
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