Jungle guide Bayang inspects a fighting cock at Nanga Sumpa longhouse.
The bungai terung tattoo traditionally marks an Iban man after he has undergone initiation by travelling.
A young Iban man submits his body to hand-tapped tattoos, which he says will stand as a proud reminder of his peoples' beliefs and traditions.
Ngemah Ulu longhouse
Julius, the headman's son at Ngemah Ulu longhouse, shows off the bungai terung tattoos that mark an Iban man after he has undergone initiation by travelling.
An Iban man displays a collection of traditional tattoos along with more modern motifs. Most forms of Iban art are continually changing.
Heads hanging over the covered platform at Serubah longhouse, Sarawak.
93 year-old Unding Anak Libau is perhaps the last of the headhunters. (As a soldier he killed 4 Philippino pirates in Sabah in the 1950s). He wears the traditional tattoos that mark a man as a warrior on his forearms rather than on his hands.
A young Iban man in warrior headhunter regalia, including hornbill feather headdress, at Sarawak Cultural Village.