Usual sight at Kota Marudu Sunday Market (Tamu).
Rungus traditional costume. They are performing Mongigol-Sumundai dance in a wedding ceremony.
See if you can appreciate the jellyfish inside the bucket. I think it was their season, as I could easily catch it on the shore. Kolambu Beach, Kudat.
Kiram’s Village, early days. Those days, there were not much of shrubs. Mount Kinabalu on the background.
Kirams Village covered with thick fog.
Mamutik Island, afternoon, on the way back to Borneo mainland.
Pitas is one of the poorest district in Malaysia. Yup. It’s true. You can see the grass is taller than the signboard. Another couple of weeks, it will be buried inside the bushes.
Closed shoplot at Pekan Taginambur (Taginambur Town), Kota Belud district. They still use wooden planks for the door.
Rocks of Kinabalu Park. 29 types of rocks that you can see on Mount Kinabalu. Honestly, I could not differentiate between those rocks. It looks the same to me!
In the era of high definition flat screen giant size television, I found an olskool Quintrix National television while spending a night in Sabah Forest Industries (SFI) Motel, Sipitang. Priceless…