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Various tribal handicrafts are the most popular souvenirs from Sarawak. Particularly notable are '''''pua kumbu''''', double-weaved fabrics woven by Iban women and illustrated with hypnotic, surreal patterns, '''wood carvings''' and '''bead handicraft''' by the Kayan and the Kenyah tribes, and Bidayuh '''baskets''' and floor mat or '''''kasah''''', woven from rattan. '''Black pepper''' from Sarawak (far more potent than the bland stuff sold in the average supermarket) is also a worthwhile buy.
 
Various tribal handicrafts are the most popular souvenirs from Sarawak. Particularly notable are '''''pua kumbu''''', double-weaved fabrics woven by Iban women and illustrated with hypnotic, surreal patterns, '''wood carvings''' and '''bead handicraft''' by the Kayan and the Kenyah tribes, and Bidayuh '''baskets''' and floor mat or '''''kasah''''', woven from rattan. '''Black pepper''' from Sarawak (far more potent than the bland stuff sold in the average supermarket) is also a worthwhile buy.
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*<buy name="Proboscis Monkeys and the Rocky Coast of Bako" alt="Bako National Park Tour" address="" directions="" phone="01273 322054" url="http://www.malaysiatravelplan.co.uk/bako-national-park-tour.htm" hours="" price="£88.00" lat="" long="">Bako National Park, tucked away in a mangrove forest near Kuching, lies on the edge of a beautiful coastline scattered with intriguing rock formations. Take a trek through the jungle, keep a close eye on the tree branches above you and you may see the most famous inhabitant of this charming forest: the proboscis monkey. Small, winding paths will take you through the forest and will lead you to dreamy deserted tropical beaches. After long steamy hikes through the jungle, these deserted beaches are a refreshing tropical surprise.  </buy>
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