Travel Photography Photos tagged as sarawak
This is a common cave cricket which you can find in caves all over Sarawak or Borneo.
This Horse-Shoe Bat is a common sight in caves of Borneo. This particular shot was taken in Bukit Sarang, a limestone cave located in Bintulu Sarawak.
This place is called Bukit Sarang; "Bukit : Hill" and "Sarang ; Nest" . It is one of the natural bird nest collection area hence giving its name.
There are many caves in Borneo that have never been fully explored of known to public. This one is an example where we went to a limestone cave in Bintulu, Sarawak. The limestone hill is called Bukit Sarang; "Bukit : ill" and "Sarang ; Nest" . It is one of the natural bird nest collection area hence giving its name.
Hiding in the Jungle Sarawak Borneo
Limestone pinnacles in Mulu National Park, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo
Penans are semi nomadic people roaming in the vast tropical rainforests of Borneo
Iban warrior in traditional costumes
Iban is the largest group of native in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. They mainly live in longhouses along the many rivers in the interior,
Orang Ulu are the highlanders of Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. These three elegantly dressed ladies belong to the Kenyah tribe
One of the most common and useful timber species in Borneo
Although wild mushrooms are aboundant in the tropical rainforests of Borneo, a giant one like this is very rare.
In the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak there are more than 2,000 species of wild orchid
LOG CABIN…A barge, stacked with sawn logs harvested from the interior of Marudi Division in Sarawak, Malaysia, makes a slow journey down the Baram River, the country’s second longest river that flows out to the South China Sea. During the journey, which takes weeks, the barge is literally home to the crew. Barges are towed down to vast marshaling areas near the river mouth in an around-the-clock, year-round operation. The Baram River, as a source of food and the only means of transportation through the jungle, is central to the natives' lifestyle, esp the Berawan tribe who eke their living in and around the brackish water lake, Loagan Bunut, 40km from Miri. .