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Kota Belud was an unplanned overnight stop. We woke up bright and early. We decided to take in the sights and look for a place to have breakfast. We walked to the Tamu Market but the fruit stalls were still not opened. Lucky got us...More
It was rainy day, the time i reached here almost 11am, some of the stalls were closed. The 'tamu' sell local fruits, handicraft, food and snack, seafood etc. Must try the huge tapioca cracker, penjaram and ring biscuit. It is sunday market, make sure come...More
We went there for our school trip and it was a great experience for non-locals.
They sold plenty of different foods, unique crafts and also learning by-hand experiences.
But the cleanliness is not very well maintained as they did not prepare enough dustbins. Also the...More
Travelled all the way to tamu besar kota belud today from kk.
What a let down it was.
They announced it to be 22 and 23rd. Oct but we found not many shops were open, no organised programs, dancers not ready, only a few shops...More
Had hoped to see the Bajau horsemen, but didn't catch sight of any. Busy little market with colourful stalls of food, homewares, material, knives, drums and general knick-knacks. Lovely to photograph some of the locals and the market itself. Interesting but nothing out of the...More
Tamu! What can we expect from it? It's a local area for local people to get their fresh ingredients. People always said "fresh dari ladang bah". If you want fish? Go for it. Almost every local things you can get there. The problem is only...More
Kota Belud is my hometown so technically I would be bias when writing this. But truthfully, this place is a gem just waiting to be uncovered.
When you first step foot inside, you will be greeted by an array of colors. The arts and crafts...More
Kota Belud is a town built around its Tamu or marketplace. In fact, Kota Belud is host to the biggest Annual Tamu in Sabah.
This local Tamu is open daily and is large by local standards. The villagers sell their local produce here - often...More