Meeeooowww!!!…It’s a Gastro of Kuchingites ^_^ (PART 1)

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Hello everybody!! Here again, after a long retiring year of 2014, here i am again!! Ooohh!! Did i forgot to mention to you all, i am one of the happy happy Kuchingites, with a happy happy tummy!! Yeah, in Kuching … Continue reading

Rafflesia in Padawan Area

Rafflesia flower…is a parasitic flowering plants. Approximately about 28 species been reported discovered in Soth East Asia..Its including Malaysia…and Sarawak Borneo is a part of it, where the famous Rafflesia Flower protected area is in Gunung Gading National Park, in Lundu Sarawak..

20 July 2012…..Borneo Post newspaper reports that a new Rafflesia area been recognized in Padawan area, in Kampung Begu… Kampung Begu is about few kilometres from the Kota Padawan, and the Rafflesia site that had been discovered is just 5minutes from the road side… But aside from Kampung Begu, there is also a further up Padawan village that also have discovered Rafflesia area…

Today, 04 August 2012…I and my boss make a rekee trip with guidance by the Padawan Municipal Council Team and Sarawak Forestry officers were on our way to discover the new place.. Not the Kampung Begu, but Kampung Temurang, just a few minutes before from the Borneo Highland resort entrance.. We manage to discover about 7 buds of Rafflesia in a place, which they called as a population area..

Well, just enjoy the photos that i took just this morning…

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Rainforest World Musical Festival in Sarawak, Borneo

Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo, Malesia, statue di gatti

Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo, Malesia, statue di gatti (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

13-15 July 2012, as usual, Kuching Hotels and B&B’s room will be packed with Tourists all over the world!! And it’s actually a big annual event held in Damai area, in Santubong, where the Rainforest World Musical Festival take place.. This RMWF ( the shortform for the Rainforest World Musical Festival ) event is an annual event that held every year in Sarawak Cultural Village, a well known living museum that attracts a lot of tourist all over the world..

Every year, the famous musician all over the world will come and perform their music, includes Samuel Dass & Prakash, Mamadou Diabate, Cankisou, Hata and etc.. There is also a lot of Bazaar booths in the festival where you can find delicacies, drinks, beers, or things that you can bring home later as souvenir..

Entrance / permit fee per pax for the whole day and night- 10am till 12mnight is RM110 per person per day… But there is  some of the Damai hotels and resorts operators that offer package of 3days entry for RM300 per person…

Charming Cave

Gua Raya…Ever heard about it? Nope, right… This Gua Raya is located at Kampung Skuduk and Kampung Chupak, somewhere around Kuching-Serian road. A lot of people may heard about these two ‘kampongs’, but not many knows that this kampongs have their priceless treasure, the Gua Raya. The meaning of Gua Raya as per said by one of the kampong folks, that it means ‘Big Cave’, because inside is big and once upon a time was a hiding places of communists, and there is some history hidden in it. Ooops!!! Forget to mention, the cave name is actually according to BAHASA BIDAYUH LANGUAGE…The kampong people are Bidayuh ethnic…

Well, let me share to you this beautiful cave have fulfill my weekends with my colleagues and beloved hubby..(the cave is sooo dark, but luckily we have a very good camera)..

The maping


Inside the Cave




See how amazing it is? This cave is suitable for Adventure Caving, as in the cave a lot of big rocks to climb and don’t forget your gloves!!

^_^ OoOo

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Bahasa Bidayuh (Land Dayak Language) PART 1

Hi again for tonite!!

Waahh, i’m so excited to share to you all what i know guys!! This makes me remember one of my childhood ambition-TO BE A TEACHER!! ;p Haahaa.. Cannot become teacher, i just share my knowledge here lah!! Same also maa… Then i change myself to Virtual Teacher.. hiihiii..

Okay, for now i will share to you all one of the language that also use by Sarawakians-mostly the Bidayuh ethnic or they have been called as Land Dayak, that is BAHASA BIDAYUH.

About the Land Dayak or the Bidayuh ethnics-they are about few percentage of Sarawak populations, and their territory is at Kuching, Bau, Lundu, Serian and Padawan area(there might be some more places around this places that i didn’t mention here). And they also have about more than 5 sub-ethnic. Do they use the same language? Not definitely. They speak Bahasa Bidayuh, but it is not same… ?????

Why? Okay, this is how it go.. The Bidayuh Language will become different as you move by district to district or sometime from village to village!! As in Bau District, they call the Bidayuh Language as Bahasa Bidayuh Jagoi and Bahasa Bidayuh Singgai.. And in Bau it has more than 10 villages, and they speak different intonation and tones.. funny ha? Nope, for me, it’s the BEAUTY of the culture and language..

Now, here i share to you a simple one…

Bahasa Bidayuh Jagoi

BahasaBidayuhJagoi BahasaMelayu English
Okuk Aku/Saya I / Me
Ko-ih Kami We
Ingan Kamu You(polite way)
Man Makan Eat
Nuok Minum Drink
Ponu Jalan Walk
Ra-an Mahu Want
Iyoh/Yoh Dia / Ya(2 meanings) He/She or Yes
Katik / Datik Sini Here
Kanok / Danok Sana There
Obuok Habis Finish
Pi-in Air Water

All about me….

Hello guys!!

Let me introduce myself, yet, cause i’m a newcomer in this line…

Well, i’m a woman, still young and just 27 years old, but UN-single coz i’m a wife to Azmi bin Beruntong(hiihii…thinks he is very ‘beruntung’ for marrying me.. ;-p), and i’m a mom for a cute chubby little daughter.

My profesion…hmmm…i’m a Tourist Guide actually.. Based for one travel agency in Kuching, Sarawak.. So, basically later, my blogs is more on what i’m doing and where i’m going…And i will show to you some of the very interesting places that we have in Sarawak, or Kuching especially..

Well, folks…I think it’s time to go for now!! Sure i will update again in next post ya…Image