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  • Wakid 8″

    This wakid is a multipurpose bamboo basket that originates from the districts of Ranau and Tambunan in Sabah. This miniature traditional basket, which is attached with two straps, is made of bamboo, rattan bark and wood. It is traditionally used by the Dusun people to carry fruits, firewood, vegetables and paddy stalks. These days, it is also used as home decor or for storage purposes.

    RM26.00
  • Wakid 6″

    This wakid is a multipurpose bamboo basket that originates from the districts of Ranau and Tambunan in Sabah. This miniature traditional basket, which is attached with two straps, is made of bamboo, rattan bark and wood. It is traditionally used by the Dusun people to carry fruits, firewood, vegetables and paddy stalks. These days, it is also used as home decor or for storage purposes.

    RM20.00
  • Wakid 5″

    This wakid is a multipurpose bamboo basket that originates from the districts of Ranau and Tambunan in Sabah. This miniature traditional basket, which is attached with two straps, is made of bamboo, rattan bark and wood. It is traditionally used by the Dusun people to carry fruits, firewood, vegetables and paddy stalks. These days, it is also used as home decor or for storage purposes.

    RM18.00
  • Wakid 4″

    This wakid is a multipurpose bamboo basket that originates from the districts of Ranau and Tambunan in Sabah. This miniature traditional basket, which is attached with two straps, is made of bamboo, rattan bark and wood. It is traditionally used by the Dusun people to carry fruits, firewood, vegetables and paddy stalks. These days, it is also used as home decor or for storage purposes.

    RM16.00
  • Takinan Colourful KB(9.5)

    This colourful miniature Takinan basket is a product of the Dusun community in Kota Belud.  The basket is woven from strips of dried bamboo and is tied to four rattan stands using rattan.  In the olden days, a full-sized Takinan would be used by the Kadazandusun to store paddy rice.  This colourful Takinan is great to brighten up your desk or to decorate your home.

    RM19.00
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    Takinan Colourful With Stand(KB)

    This colourful miniature Takinan basket is a product of the Dusun community in Kota Belud.  The basket is woven from strips of dried bamboo and is tied to four rattan stands using rattan.  In the olden days, a full-sized Takinan would be used by the Kadazandusun to store paddy rice.  This colourful Takinan is great to brighten up your desk or to decorate your home.

    RM11.00
  • Rattan Takraw Ball Medium

    RM10.00
  • Serdang Tudung Duang 7″

    This colourful Tudung Duang is unique to the Bajau people of Kota Belud, Sabah.  Metal plates and nipah leaves are used to construct the main body.  Coloured serdang leafs are pasted and sewn onto the body to complete the product.  Decorative and handy, it makes great storage for any living space or to pack your gifts, giving it a truly Sabahan touch.

    RM14.00
  • Serdang Box with Cover (8x12x4)

    This colourful ethnic serdang box is unique to the Bajau people of Kota Belud, Sabah.  Thin metal plates and nipah leaves are used to construct the main body.  Coloured serdang leafs are pasted and sewn onto the body to complete the product.  Decorative and handy, it makes great storage for any living space or to pack your gifts, giving it a truly Sabahan touch.

    RM50.00
  • Carving Lepa – Lepa 7″ & 8″

    This miniature Lepa-lepa is made of lightweight tambo-tambo wood and  intricately carved with beautiful plant motifs such as the Kembang Tuli, Dahan and Kellong. Hand-carved by the the Bajau Semporna people who reside in the East Coast.

    RM65.00
  • Bayung (7H”) – Old Stock

    The Bayung is made of bemban, a type of wild grass that grows abundantly in Kampung Topokon, Tamparuli.  It is a hand-made product of the  Dusun community in this village and is usually used as a multipurpose basket suitable for storage or as decor.

    RM20.00
  • Bayung 3″

    The Bayung is made of bemban, a type of wild grass that grows abundantly in Kampung Topokon, Tamparuli.  It is a hand-made product of the  Dusun community in this village and is usually used as a multipurpose basket suitable for storage or as decor.

    RM14.00