This colourful and seldom-seen costume belongs to the Dusun Tindal in the Tempasuk area near Kota Belud. The first time this bridal outfit was shown outside its district was at the 1991 Cultural Pageant.Like most of Sabah's traditional costumes, it's basic black with splashes of colour here and there. This two-piece outfit consists of a long-sleeved blouse (sinipak ) and a knee-length sarong (gonob ).
|The Bajau people are well known for the weaving and needlework skills. The Bajau women of Kota Belud make embroidered panels sewn into their long black wrap-skirt. The Bajau and Iranun of Kota Belud weave the traditional headgear called kain dastar which is also worn by almost every indigenous group in Sabah.|