This is the annual festival held by the local native called the Bisaya People in Limbang. It is similar with the harvesting event celebrated by Iban People in other parts of the Borneo Island. The highlight of this festival, which outstands the other native celebrations, is the Buffalo Race! Hence, the best time to visit Limbang in order to witness...more
This is how the local folk call it. This is the only mud spring in Limbang (or in Sarawak, perhaps). It has been a place for the neighbourhood people to come and shower for fun, but it is less known by the town people in Limbang. There you will see many discreeted mud springs (of various sizes, either dead or alive) all over the place. Being there...more
Another place... 'tamu' where people selling their vegetable, rice etc etc and clams. This clam is from the river. I dont know how they get it but according to my mum the clams can be found at the mangrove river area. How to find? I dont know, what I know its delicious. You can ask the lady to open the shell.more
the jungle is a restaurant offering various snacks and tidbits for the hungry and weary traveller.the rumbia tree produces sago, used in making ambuyat....is also home to beetles laying their eggs..... which turn into fat juicy grubs full of protein....favoured by Pumba and friends... ampalar....more
Limbang is famous for its crabs by the people living in the northen zone of Sarawak. It is simply because the crabs are cheap as they are caught by the local folks. These two restaurants are situated along the same rows of shophouses opposite the terminal of boat express leaving for Lawas. The crab in Crystal Palace Restaurant is cooked with...more
Mah Moh Hin is the local travel agent in Limbang. It offers the van service to bring passagers to Limbang from Miri and vice versa. This transport service is managed by a family that offers few vehicles like Toyota Unser and Toyota van. They are all air-conditioned and the interior is clean. The schedule is 2pm everyday. Just called up the driver...more
limbang is sandwiched between brunei and temburong ...for road trip, need to cross sungai pandaruan to get into temburong ...less than 100 feet wide?$5 per crossing for cars?oh yes, don't forget to get your passport exit stamp in limbang town before you cross into temburong ...it is about 15kms back-tracking...until the new immigration post is...more
The local native living in Limbang is the Bisaya. Most of them are Muslims. Their language is a mixture of Malay and Bisaya Languange. People like to end what they say with 'bah' that carries the meaning of 'yes' or 'alright' when you want to give a positive confirmation to the person.more
for road trippers, drive around the kampongs and enjoy the scenery ....
... especially durian trees laden with durians!!!
... and other fruits too like rambutan, tarap, mata kuching, mambangan, tibadak, belunu, binjai, langsat, rambai, ......