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  • 1. ORANG ULU Presented by: KC. THIYYA
  • 2. ORANG ULU Orang Ulu means upriver people. Roughly 5% of Sarawaks population. Major tribes: Kayan and Kenyah Smaller tribes: Kajang, Kejaman, Punan,Ukit, and Penan. Location: Baram, Miri, Belaga, Lembagaand Lawas. Artistic people (murals and woodcarvings).
  • 3. Known for intricate beadwork and detailedtattoos. Identified by their unique musical soundmade by a sapeh, a stringed instrument. Vast majority are Christians,some traditional religions.
  • 4. KAYAN Population: approx. 15, 000. Location: Northern interiors of Sarawakmidway on the Baram River, the upperRejang River and the lower Tubau River. Traditionally headhunters. Known for boat making skills. Many have become Christians.
  • 5. LUN BAWANG Indigenous to the highlands of EastKalimantan, Brunei, southwest of Sabahand northern region of Sarawak. Traditionally agriculturalists and rearpoultry, pigs and buffalo. Known to be hunters and fishermen. Collectively called the Murut of Sarawak. Closely related to the Lun Dayeh of Sabahand Kalimantan.
  • 6. KELABIT Population: approx 3000. Inhabitants of Bario, a remote plateau inthe Sarawak Highlands. Form a tight-knit community. Practice agriculture methods used forgenerations. Closely related to the Lun Bawang. The Kelabit are predominantly Christians.
  • 7. KENYAH Population: 22, 000. (upper Belaga andupper Baram). Little historical evidence regarding theexistence. Heartland: Long San along the Baramriver and Belaga along the Rajang river. Culture similar to Kayan tribe. Typical village : 1 longhouse. Work as farmer and in timber camps.
  • 8. PENAN Only true nomadic people in Sarawak. The last of the worlds hunter-gatherers. Home: Under rainforest canopy. Hunts willdboars and deers withblowpipes. Skilled weavers: rattan baskets and mats. Traditional religion worships a supremegod called Bungan.
  • 9. SEBOB / CHEBOB Least known, found in upper Tinjar river. First Tinjar settlers. Occupies up to 6 longhouses (LongLuyang, Batan, Selapun, Pejawai,Subeng). Long Luyang is the longest and mostpopulated, comprises almost 100 units. Most people migrated to the cities.
  • 10. SEBOB / CHEBOB Least known, found in upper Tinjar river. First Tinjar settlers. Occupies up to 6 longhouses (LongLuyang, Batan, Selapun, Pejawai,Subeng). Long Luyang is the longest and mostpopulated, comprises almost 100 units. Most people migrated to the cities.