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Bajau Laut Gathering Wood Bodgaya

Bajau Laut Gathering Wood Bodgaya

Bajau Laut Gathering Wood Bodgaya

Bajau Laut Gathering Wood Bodgaya

The Bajau Laut are some of the last marine nomads. An ethnic group of Malay origin, they have for centuries lived out their lives almost entirely at sea.

Sea Nomads: Bajau ethnic group, a Malay people who have lived at sea for centuries

Boats belonging to the Bajau Laut float on the waters. It could be a way of the past as more people move to the mainland for work

Stunning images capture the incredible life of Borneo's sea gypsies

Traditionally, these boat dwelling nomads are from the many islands of the Sulu Archipelago in the Philippines but many have migrated to the neighbouring area of Sabah, Borneo.

Bajau Laut Boy at Bodgaya, Semporna

Bajau Laut Boy at Bodgaya, Semporna

The Bajau People Of Malaysia, Who Live In A Raised Village in Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia

The Bajau People Of Malaysia, Who Live In A Raised Village in Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia

Sama Dilaut Boy at Omadal. Black South-East Asians

Sama Dilaut Boy at Omadal

Sama Dilaut Boy in House, Bodgaya 2015

Sama Dilaut Boy in House, Bodgaya 2015

water fun

Amazing Creatures - Fantastic Means of Travel - Riding on the tail of a tawny nurse shark underwater in Sulawesi, Indonesia. 2012 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest By James Morgan

10 Off the Beaten Track Active Holidays in Malaysia

The most beautiful island in Malaysia, Pulau Bohey Dulang , Sabah -- Canoeing