"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page" ~ Saint Augustine of Hippo
Nunuk Ragang is a small village and can be roughly be located at Tampias, where the two rivers Liwagu and Gelibang meet, to the east of Ranau and Tambunan.
"Nunuk" is a kadazan word for the word Banyan tree, while "Ragang" derivates from aragang, meaning red.
There are multiples sources of this legendary Nunuk Ragang origin, and basically, the story is about how the Kadazan/Dusun ethnic spread.
Me and le famille stop by this place when we were on our way to visit my sister at Telupid last year.
And above was the picture of the legendary tree house of Sabah.
And a more accurate explanation of the origin of this place is available there.
Random photos of the place. :)
Nunuk Ragang situated at Kilometer 54 along the Telupid-Ranau highway and is about an hour drive from Ranau.
It is a nice and peaceful place that worth visiting by any nature lover. But expect no more than fresh air and nice views. :)
A short post about the places that you might love in Sabah. Ciao. Gee.