Homestay and local village of Tambatuon, Kota Belud, Borneo
In a quaint, quiet valley of Borneo lays a sleepy little village called Tambatuon. It’s here that my tour started its second week/second tour.
We were based in a homestay for a night to enjoy the quiet surroundings and a cooking class.
The weather wasn’t the best and to be honest most people just slept away the afternoon after our short village walk.
As always the flowers captured me.
Tambatuon is quite a small village and miles away from anything it seemed. There’s plenty of dogs and chickens roaming around, but most families seem to have their own spot for a small farm and growing rice.
As we left the Kota Belud area, we managed to catch a glimpse of Mount Kinabalu…
Next stop wildlife spotting on Kinabatangan River!
Always an adventure to visit your blog. Thanks
Aww thanks for checking it out!
Fantastic photos as always. What a beautiful place and so unique. You certainly get around don’t you?
Haha doesn’t feel like I get to travel as much as I used to from the UK, but it was cool to see the different sides on Borneo
Stunning photos as always ngaire, I didn’t realise that pineapples grew that way either, fascinating!
I know right? They look strange! I imagined they’d grow like coconuts or bananas!
Oh wow! All the colors look so fresh and bright, as if painted on. Sounds like a great place to visit 🙂