Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 11, 2010

Suku Batek Ini Tak Mahu Pun Gelaran Datuk…

Pengaseh, a woman from the Batek tribe who serves as a village midwife, sits in her house next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A woman from the Batek tribe smokes at her home in a village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A family from the Batek tribe walk to their village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysian state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A woman from the Batek tribe walks near her village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A man from the Batek tribe cooks in his house in a village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

Children from the Batek tribe play in their house in a village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A man from the Batek tribe goes hunting in a jungle next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

A boy from the Batek tribe tries to light a fire as he plays in a jungle near his village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

Children from the Batek tribe play in the jungle near their village next to the entrance of Kuala Koh National Park in the northeastern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kelantan October 21, 2009. For thousands of years, Malaysia's nomadic Batek tribe have roamed the country's ancient tropical rainforests, completely at one with their natural habitat. But now the Batek's traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle is under severe threat from deforestation and development, and mainland Malaysia's last nomadic community may soon have no choice but to abandon their traditional life and settle down. Picture taken October 21, 2009.

Kehidupan Suku Batek Di Kuala Koh Taman Negara,Kelantan


Responses

  1. salam, ada lagi ya suku kaum hidup begini? menarik info ni

  2. kawe sokong
    mati nanti malaikat tak tanya pangkat kamu masa dalam kubur tu…
    atas dunia bermegah la kamu semua dengan pangkat tu….

  3. Suku BATEK pun suku MELAYU JUGA.Kelebihan kita hanya tinggal diLuar dan tidak ditempat mereka.
    Kelebihan mereka adalah tidak pernah “SPIN” isu HUTAN BALAK mereka yang hampir habis.
    Batek ke , Jahai ke , Semai ke , Temiar ke , Temuan ke , Khinsiu ke , Jakun ke , Seletar ke , Mereka adalah RAKYAT MALAYSIA !

  4. salam……….

    orang asal dah tak banyak dah yg tinggai
    bagi laa depa hidup dlm alam sebegitu……..
    alam yg hening dan syahdu…
    hati mereka bersih bak langit lazuwardi………
    mereka tidak pernah meminta jadi hartawan………
    tak pernah mintak nak jadi jutawan……..
    tak pernah mimpi nak pakai subang berlian….
    tak pernah besembang nak masuk parlemen……..
    jauh sekali nak pi karaoke dangdut dan kedai toto…….
    biarkan mereka……..
    biarkan mereka berpadu dengan alam……..

    cuma satu……
    rajin-rajin laa dakwah ISLAM sebenar kat mereka……..
    ini yg utama……..
    ini yg semestinya………….

    peliharalah hutan dan rimba……..
    warisan alam kurniaan Allah………….

    jngn lagi bagi kat cukong…….
    jng lagi paraid sendiri…….
    hentikanlah segala projek tak ketahuan hala…….
    cukup laa BAKUN lingkup………

    see u

  5. bg dkt aku pn aku xnk….semua gelaran pangkat mendatangkn riak bg org yg dangkal imannya…buang je dlm tong sampah mcmne akak polis menghumban uniform polis ke dalam tong sampah setelah onset meletak jawatan..tabik..hehe


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