The masters and servants of the sea


A Bajau Laut fisherman using a canoe to fish around the islands off Sabahs east coast.

Sabah’s east coast is an enchanting place to visit. Aside from its pristine islands with white sandy beaches and beautiful diving sites, it also boasts unique cultures and lifestyles.

The trips I make to this part of the world has never bored me.

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