Jungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay Bario
The couple, the artist, the location ...the way yhtey treat you and ... this countryside makes worth to go there !
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... a ditch and was being towed out by a tractor. What a classy hotel I am in. The contrast to my previous lodgings would be contrasting grotty to luxury. Of course I payed $13. US in Belaga and $29. US here. But I deserve it. Watched BBC for the first time ...
A further 3 plus hours up the river in the speedboat watching WRESTLEMANIA ROYAL RUMBLE and swerving around some tricky rapids I arrived in Belaga, a town of 1000 or less. Supposedly some traditional longhouses left but the supposedly knowlegeable lady at my hotel just shrugged her shoulders. Later I found out most have disappeared although I spotted the newer versions travelling up the river. ...
See the Borneo rainforest go whizzing by in my speedboat that carries about 80 people plus cargo, Nothing much to see in Kapit except a wooden fort named Fort Sylvia that was used to protect the residents from the headhunting Iban tribesmen. What was ...
Actually took a speedboat down the mighty Batang Rejang(the amazon of Borneo), After 3 plus hours speeding down the meandering brown river arrived at the predominantly Chinese town of Sibu. Visited its colorful Chinese Temple and its interesting museum. Stayed at a classy yet inexpensive hotel, Hotel ...
After weeks of self indulgance on the Thai islands (lets not lie we pretty much drank ourselves into through most of Asia) we decided we needed new experience and headed for Borneo Jungle.
Bario is a malaysian village in the centre of the Kelabit Highlands in Borneo, close to the Kalimantan Border. Bario accessible only by a small 12 seater plane which was also laden with goods; eggs, bags of sugar, mattresses piled onto empty seats, ...