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 →
Arong Serait Waterfall is becoming a favourite weekend hiking and picnic spot for locals near Kuching. The hike to Arong Serait offers a good workout and a dip in the cool pool is such a wonderful reward. Arong Serait Waterfall is in the backyard of Kampung Selabat, Muara Tebas, Kuching. Kampung Selabat is about 17km from Kuching.
Here is to share with you, the bucket list that I have prepared. Probably it could also give you an idea of where to go in Sarawak for 2021.
Despite these travel challenges due to the Covid19 new norm, here are my top memorable trips for 2020.
A short review of the Blue Pool Trail in Santubong. Santubong is located in Damai, a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
The best Kueh Tiaw! That's probably one of the first comments if asked what is there to do in Marudi. I have heard this numerous times from friends over the years but I have not had the chance until recently in February 2020. So I went on an overnight trip to Marudi and here is... Continue Reading →
This article is to give an insight to one of the signature festivals of Sarawak, the Nukenen Festival. This year the festival will be from July 30, 2020 till August 1, 2020.