Sunset at Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu.
Common transportation in Pulau Banggi for the estate workers.
In a place where the cows are more than the vehicle, it’s leftovers are everywhere…
Karakit Mosque, Pulau Banggi. The most prominent building seen when you arrived on the island.
The welcoming plate at Karakit Jetty, Banggi Island.
Kids of Pulau Banggi (Banggi Island). Well, no kids were hurt during this photo session.
Public transportation from Kudat – Pulau Banggi, ferry. It’s one hour journey through Marudu Bay.
Tokay Gecko (tokek) in Pulau Banggi. This one is freely hunting around the ceiling of a local house. I saw another three geckos crawling around. Upon further investigation, it seems that they could easily sell this type of gecko with 300 gram of weight for RM25,000.
Paddy harvesting. Me and my brother in law. Yup, we were using manual labour to get the grains.
Tanjung Aru Beach, Kota Kinabalu. At the background – from left – Pulau Sulug, Pulau Mamutik/Manukan, Pulau Sapi.