Here is a story of Iban comedic folklore hero Apai Saloi, recorded by historian Benedict Sandin which was published in The Sarawak Gazette (Dec 31, 1965):
Long time ago, in Gelong country where Apai Saloi
Instead of vanilla or strawberry, would you try Terung Dayak flavoured ice-cream or even a sago smoothie if you had the choice?
While this may sound a bit far-fetched for you, for Sabah-based ice-cream creator,
The legend of Iban warrior Unggang and goddesses of Mount Santubong
If it weren’t for Benedict Sandin (1918-1982), many Iban legends and folktales would have been forgotten by now. Originally from Paku, Benedict was an
Because kolo mee and laksa are not the only things that taste good in Sarawak.....
Often times, when we talk about Sarawak cuisine we do not give enough credit to the local vegetables in Sarawak.