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  • Carving Lepa-Lepa 9″

    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.

    RM85.00
  • Carving Lepa-Lepa 7″

    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
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    Carving Lepa With Sambul Layang

    This 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.

    RM910.00
  • Serdang Box with cover (8″x8″x4”)

    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.

    RM37.00
  • Serdang Box with Cover (3.5”x6”x2.5”)

    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.

    RM16.00
  • Serdang Box with Cover (2.5”x3.5”x2.5”)

    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.

    RM12.00
  • Musical Instrument – Bungkau

    This jaw harp is made from the outer skin of a palm known as polod among the Kadazandusun community.  The lamella in the centre is meant to vibrate by striking the end of the instrument with the thumb.  The vibrating strip makes very little sound by itself, but if held before the opened mouth, the player can gently magnify the sound by resonance.

    RM13.00
  • Musical Instrument – Sompoton with Tune (24L)

    The Sompoton is a traditional musical instrument made by the Kadazandusun community of Tambunan. The instruments’ name is derived from the word ‘miampot’, which means in unison.  Using inhaling and exhaling techniques, the player can produce soft sweet harmonies. It consists of eight bamboo pipes in double rafts inserted into a dried gourd.

    RM40.00