A 256x193 mm book.The book is illustrated with 27 drawings made by the local artist Lait Lakong. The stories are told in three languages: Malay, English and the local language, Lundayeh. This is the first book after the Bibble in Lundayeh.
Ulu Padas, where the villages of Long Pasia and Long Mio are located, is one of the richest plant diversity areas in Sabah. It is especially known for its orchid diversity and new plant discoveries and species are found on virtually every survey of the area. As this book shows, Ulu Padas is particularly special as Lundayeh historical and cultural sites can be found scattered throughout the surrounding forest. This book tells the stories, mythes and legends behind theses historical sites, which together with a magnificient natural heritage, make Ulu Padas an absolutely unique place in the world.
Take a look at book here. It is also for sale at Borneo Books Store located at Wisma Merdeka, Kota Kinabalu and Sabah Society.
Source:Lene Topp and Claus Topp