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Belaga is a small town on the Upper Rejang River in Malaysia's Borneo Island. Visitors arrive in Belaga as a base to explore the many longhouses as well as the interior of Borneo.

Pelagus Rapid on the way to Belaga
Pelagus Rapids on the way to Belaga

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Kayan Tribal Site

Try to spot the tribal burial sites on the other side of the river that are decorated with carved wooden archways, which have been placed there by the local Kayan tribal people.

Belaga Waterfront

Walk along the river, past the Malay Kampung where most of Belaga's Malay residents live. There are interesting fruit trees.

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Belaga Riverfront

Belaga Riverfront

The Longhouse at Long Amo, Belaga
The Longhouse at Long Amo, Belaga

Less than 2 kilometres from Belaga Town centre. About 30 minutes walking distance.

2,239 kilometre-long
Pan-Borneo Highway

The Pan-Borneo Highway was built in 1986 to link the two East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak.

It begins in the district of Sematan in Sarawak, and passes through Kuching, Serian, Sri Aman, Sarikei, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri, Limbang, Lawas, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Tawau.

From Sibu one can take off from the main route of Pan Borneo Highway and travel by boat on the mighty Rejang River passes through Kanowit, Kapit to Belaga the heart of Sarawak

Sri Aman Town is off the Pan Borneo Highway

Between Sabah and Sarawak, the highway passed through two halves of  Brunei.

As of today, the Pan-Borneo Highway is 93 percent completed, with a remainder of a 50-kilometre missing link from Kalabakan to Serudong.

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