Anap River is situated between the Bintulu River, in the Bintulu Division and Balingian River in the Sibu Division of Sarawak. In ancient times before the Kakus and its main tributary, the Anap stream, were populated by the Punans, Baketans, Ibans and Malays, only a tribe of people called the Tatau lived in these areas.… Continue reading The Tatau people of the Kakus and Anap Rivers, Bintulu Division, Sarawak.
Malaysia (Sarawak). 2,185,500 (2004). Information mainly from R. Blust 1974; A. Hudson 1978; C. Rensch 2006; P. Sercombe 1997; A. Soriente 2003, 2005; E. Uhlenbeck 1958. The number of individual languages listed for Malaysia (Sarawak) is 46. Of those, 44 are living languages and 2 have no known speakers. (Courtesy of http://tusunterabai.wordpress.com) Bakati’, Rara [lra]… Continue reading Languages of Sarawak
Near the West Kalimantan border, is Kampung Sibakar about 2 hours from Kuching, on treacherous, steep gravel and earth roads that wind up and down ranges. It’s hot, dusty, humid and very tiring. But the reward that awaits there is truly worth the journey. Untouched, pristine, tranquil, the waterfall is cold and deep, etched deep… Continue reading A hidden wonder