|its just 6:39pm but its too dark ody outside..if you are in KL 6.39pm pr 7.00pm the day still look bright|
|After bought some stuff its time for went home!!|
|Nah this is Ban Restaurant..those people come here just want to eat bun you know why?because this restaurant only sale bun and drink..ahhaha..nice 1..its located in Mengatal its 40minutes from Kota Kinabalu...the Small town only...|
|See Ban Restaurant full of customer lol...|
|I Have No time to go in need go back to Kota Kinabaluu City..|
|If you are not Champion Billiard you are not mengatal People ahhahaa....The Billiard shop in Mengatal uhh very crowded...its a habit and people Hobby here....|
If u want to plan come to Mengatal Make sure u ready ur money 1st...u know why?in Mengatal there s no any Bank even ATM Machine..so to makesure there s no any feel regret..ready ur money pocket before come to Mengatal Town ^_^
The famous Traditional dance in Sabah;
- Daling-daling: Danced by Bajaus and Suluks . In its original form, it was a dance which combined Arabic belly dancing and the Indian dances common in this region, complete with long artificial finger nails and golden head gear accompanied by a Bajau and Suluk song called daling-daling which is a love story. Its main characteristic is the large hip and breast swings but nowadays it is danced with a faster tempo but less swings, called Igal-igal by the Bajau from Semporna District.
|You Lucky when u know how to dance Daling2 cos everytime u dance there s people will come and give u money and put the money the middle of your finger eheh...|
- Sumazau: Kadazandusun traditional dance which performed during weddings and Kaamatan festival. The dance form is akin to a couple of birds flying together.
- Magunatip: Famously known as the Bamboo dance, requires highly skilled dancers to perform. Native dance of the Muruts, but can also be found in different forms and names in South East Asia.
- Nona Mansaya: Called Dansa among the Cocos Islanders in Sabah, the dance used violin as the primary instrument and the dance derived from the culture of Scottish and Javanese.
|Orang Cocos In sabah-they mostly at Tawau|
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