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An Oasis in the Wilderness of Pos Sinderut

By Kurniawati Kamarudin

KUALA LIPIS (Bernama) -- The tarred road leading to the Orang Asli settlement of Pos Sinderut must have seen better days. Opened end-2016, the road is now filled with potholes due to poor maintenance.

What would have been a 20- to 30-minute drive to the settlement from the junction of the Raub-Sungai Koyan trunk road now takes nearly 75 minutes, no thanks to the rough road conditions.

Fortunately, the long stretches of forests, punctuated by Orang Asli villages, flanking the route to Pos Sinderut provide some respite from the uncomfortable journey.

 

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