The Dayak Wanderer

Welcome to dayakwanderer.com I go by that name due to the fact that the Dayak Ibans of Borneo have a rites of passage called the "bejalai" which translate into wander. This "bejalai" or wandering is a journey or expedition undertaken by the Iban men with the intent of acquiring material profit or social prestige. As... Continue Reading →

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Latak Waterfall – Miri

This is a quick guide to Latak Waterfall in Lambir Hills National Park in Miri, Sarawak and is a popular day trip destination for locals and tourists. On hot warm weekends, a dip in Latak Waterfall provides a much needed relief from the hot weather.

Padawan Pitcher Plant Garden – Kuching

This is a brief description of the Padawan Pitcher Plant Garden in Kota Padawan, which is about thirty minutes drive south of Kuching, Sarawak. It serves as a lovely introduction and an opportunity to have a closer look at the various types of pitcher plants found in Borneo, particularly in Sarawak.

Niah National Park – Miri, Sarawak

Brief travelling information to Niah National Park from Miri. Gazetted in 1974, the park size is about 3100 hectares and is famous for it's Great Cave where archaeological findings of the oldest remains of a homo sapiens in South East Asia.

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